Nutrition-Obtaining food for energy.
Excretion- Toxic waste product removal.
Sensitivity- Ability to detect and respond to changes in env.
Reproduction-perputate life for survival of species.
Growth-Increase in size
Cell Membrane-Controls substances in and out of the cell.
Mitochondria- 2 membranes-inner- cristae folds-matrix inside this. ATP produced.
Nucleus-contains DNA. nucleolus. The RNA, which will be made into ribosomes.
Golgi Apparatus-Vesicles fuse at one side. Processes proteins and other molecules. flattened layers of plate-like membranes.
Lysosomes- contains digestive enzymes.
ER-site of protein synthesis. Rough-contains ribosomes-made of RNA and protein-site of protein synthesis. Smooth-where lipids and steroids are made.
Cell Wall-permeable. cellulose. structural support
Chloroplasts- contains chlorophyll. Photosynthesis occurs-light energy produces sugars.