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A.
- Helps to shape and support cells internally
- Aids in cell movement
K.
- destroy worn out cell parts and substances
that do not belong in the cell.
- Produced by the Golgi apparatus.
B.
- Produces phospholipids and other lipids for
the cell
L.
- Protect the cell and provides support
- never in animal cells
C.
M.
- make and store colorful pigments such as
carotene (orange), xanthophyll (yellow), and
anthocyanin (red).
- Modifies and packages proteins
- It then places the protein in a membranous sac that
moves to the cell membrane and releases the protein
out of the cell.
- Produces lysosomes
D.
- Proteins are made at these structures in all
cells.
- those floating freely in the cytoplasm
produce proteins that will stay in the cell.
E.
- A large fluid-filled organelle
- typically store water
- Some store enzymes. Some store wastes. Some waste
products are toxic and can benefit the plant.
N.
-controls the production of proteins and
contains the hereditary information of the
cell.
O.
- stores water, wastes, and sometimes, fat.
- more than one per animal cell.
F.
- The site where food molecules enter and
are converted into usable energy (ATP).
P.
- controls what moves in and out of the cell
- part of all cells
G.
- produces ribosomes
Q.
- location of many chemical reaction
- fills all cells.
R.
- help separate chromosomes during animal
cell reproduction. (mitosis/meiosis)
H.
- Store foods such as starch, protein, and
lipids in plant cells
I.
- covered with ribosomes.
-produce proteins that will exit the cell, or that will
become a part of the cell membrane.
- Folds proteins into their unique shapes.
- Checks to see if proteins are formed properly.
J.
- location of photosynthesis
- contain the green pigment chlorophyll
S.
- Storage site for the DNA
- Control center of the cell