Features of Animal, Plant, Bacterial and Yeast Cells

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Nucleus
Contains genetic information on chromosomes. Controls activities of the cell. Animal/plant/yeast cell.
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Cytoplasm
Gel-like fluid where chemical reactions occur. Animal/plant/bacterial/yeast cell.
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Cell membrane
Controls what enters and leaves the cell. Animal/plant/bacterial/yeast cell.
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Mitochondria
Where respiration occurs in the cell. Animal/plant cell.
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Ribosomes
Where protein synthesis occurs. Animal/plant cell.
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Chloroplasts
Contain chlorophyll - site of photosynthesis. Plant cell.
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Permanent vacuole
Contains food, water and sap. Plant/yeast cell.
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Cell wall
Made of cellulose, supports the cell and keeps it rigid. Plant/bacterial/yeast cell.
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Slime capsule
Extra protection of the cell around the cell wall. Bacterial cell.
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Plasmid
Where genetic material is stored in the cytoplasm instead of the nucleus. Bacterial cell.
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Flagella
Long strand of protein to assist movement. Bacterial cell.
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Food storage granule
Contains starch or sugar. Yeast cell.
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Gel-like fluid where chemical reactions occur. Animal/plant/bacterial/yeast cell.

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Cytoplasm

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Controls what enters and leaves the cell. Animal/plant/bacterial/yeast cell.

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Where respiration occurs in the cell. Animal/plant cell.

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Card 5

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Where protein synthesis occurs. Animal/plant cell.

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