By: Lucy, Kyle, Chris
Ribosomes are circular shaped protein bulders for cells. They have RNA and protein inside them. They can be found in both plant and animal cells. These proteins can be used as enzymes or help other parts of the cell functions. Ribosmes are found floating around the cytoplasm. They make proteins that can be used in other parts of the cell. Ribosomes are also located in the endoplasmic reticulum. If they are attached endoplasmic reticulum they are called rough. Attacked ribosomes make proteins that can be used for the inside and outside of the cell.