Cells

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Selectively permeable and regulates the transport materials into and out of the cell. Separates cell contents from the outside environment.
Plasma Membrane
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The --------- maintains cell chape and stores chemicals needed by the cell for metabolic reactions.
Cytoplasm
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The ------- controls and regulates cellular activity and houses genetic material called chromatin, DNA and proteins, from which comes the instruction for making proteins.
Nucleus
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Makes RNA and ribosomes.
Nucleolus
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Protien synthesis takes place on the ribosomes and the newly synthesised proteins are transported to the Golgi apparatus.
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
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Responsible for synthesis and transport of lipids and carbohydrates.
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
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Newly made proteins are received here from the rough ER. It modifies them and packs the proteins into vesicles so they can be tranported to where they are needed within the cell.
Golgi Apparatus
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Two types, transport and secretory. Tranport ones transport materials inside the cell. While the secretory ones transport materials to the surface of the cell.
Vesicles
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They break down waste material including old organelles.
Lysosomes
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Protein synthesis occurs here.
Ribosomes
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Site of aerobic respiration.
Mitochondria
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Form spindle fibres during cell division
Centrioles
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Protects and supports the cell and the whole plant.
Cell Wall
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Site of photosynthesis. Light energy is trapped by the chlorophyll and sued to produce carbohydrate nolecules from water and carbon dioxide.
Chloroplast
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Maintains turgor pressure to ensure a rigid framework remains in the cell.
Vacuole
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Selectively permeable to allow small molecules to pass through.
Tonoplast
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Responsible for the synthesis and storage of starch granules
Amyloplast
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Enables transport and communication between individual plant cells
Plasmodesmata
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Allows water to enter and leave the xylem vessels.
Pits
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Protects the cell and prevents dessication
Capsule
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The region where genetic information can be found and controls cellular activity
Nucleoid
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They carry extra genes that may benefit the survival of the bacteria
Plasmid
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The --------- maintains cell chape and stores chemicals needed by the cell for metabolic reactions.

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Cytoplasm

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The ------- controls and regulates cellular activity and houses genetic material called chromatin, DNA and proteins, from which comes the instruction for making proteins.

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Makes RNA and ribosomes.

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Card 5

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Protien synthesis takes place on the ribosomes and the newly synthesised proteins are transported to the Golgi apparatus.

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