Cell Organelles and Tissues

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Nucleus
Contains DNA which codes for protein synthesis
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Nuclear envelope
Contains openings called pores to allow RNA to pass into the cytoplasm
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RNA
Single stranded, complementary to DNA, makes mRNA.
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DNA
Double helix, splits up to be copied in cell division.
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Nucleolus
Makes RNA and ribosomes
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Ribosomes
Site of protein synthesis
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Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
Transport proteins made by ribsosomes.
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Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
Involved with synthesis and transportation of lipids.
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Golgi Body/ Apparatus
Builds lysosomes, modifies proteins
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Mitochondria
Absorb nutrients to create energy for cell, produces energy as ATP
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Chloroplasts
Use sunlight to create sugars
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Lysosomes
Hold enzymes to digest food sources
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Centriole
Needed for mitosis and meiosis
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Plasma Membrane
Allows molecules in and out of cell.
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Cellulose cell wall
Has plasmodesmata which allow water to be lost, keep plants shape and support plant
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Vacuole
Stores food and nutrients, helps support plant
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Contains openings called pores to allow RNA to pass into the cytoplasm

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Nuclear envelope

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Single stranded, complementary to DNA, makes mRNA.

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Double helix, splits up to be copied in cell division.

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Makes RNA and ribosomes

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