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Nucleus The control center of the cell Ribosomes Produce proteins (protein synthesis) Nuclear membrane Controls what enters and leaves the nucleus Mitochondria Powerhouse, produces ATP Lysosome Break down materials in the cell -- also known as death sac Golgi bodies Packages proteins Vacuole Stores water, waste, and food Cytoplasm Suspends organelles Endoplasmic reticulum Transport system for materials Cell membrane Controls what enters and leaves the cell Centriole
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    u leus   The control center of the cell Ribosomes Produce proteins (protein synthesis) Nuclear membrane Controls what enters and leaves the nucleus Mitochondria Powerhouse, produces ATP Lysosome Break down materials in the cell -- also known as death sac Golgi bodies Packages proteins    Vacuole Stores water, waste, and food Cytoplasm Suspends organelles Endoplasmic reticulum Transport system for materials Cell membrane Controls what enters and leaves the cell Centriole  Aids in cell division Nucleolus Makes RNA Cytoskeleton Helps organelles move from place to place Microfilament Help cells change shape; structural support Microtubules Provide attachment places for organelles and provide tracks for organelle movement    Cell Membrane: The thin layer of lipid and protein that separates the cell s contents from the enviornment.   Nucleus: The nucleus is the control center of the cell. Nuclear Envelope: The nuclear envelope separates the nucleus from the rest of the cell. Nucleolus: The central structure in the nucleus responsible for making ribosomes. Chromatin: Located in the nucleus. Tangled strands of DNA. Also contain hereditary information. Nuclear Sap: The fluid that fills the nucleus. Cytoplasm: A thick fluid material, mostly water based that suspends the organelles and structures in the cell. Mitochondrion: Mitochondrion generate energy from food.   Golgi Apparatus: The Golgi Apparatus packages and transports substances in the cell. Centriole: Centrioles are cylindrical bundles of microtubules that give rise to the longer spindle microtubules. Vacuole: A membrane bound sac that takes in water and also may store proteins, ions, and other waste products. Lysosomes: A small organelle that contains digestive enzymes that help the cell break down large molecules of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids. Microbody: Contains different enzymes not used in digestion. Ribosomes: An organelle that assembles proteins from amino acids. Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER): An network of membranes-bound organelles that produces material that are needed for the cell. It also detoxifies the cell Hyaloplasm: The remaining fluid of the cell.

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