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B. Cell Organelles. Fill in the chart in your notes. 1. Cell Membrane. a. responsible for homeostasis b. decides what gets in and out of the cell c. “selective permeability” d. Fluid Mosaic Model. 2. Mitochondria. a. cellular respiration

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B cell organelles

B. Cell Organelles

Fill in the chart in your notes.


1 cell membrane

1. Cell Membrane

  • a. responsible for homeostasis

  • b. decides what gets in and out of the cell

  • c. “selective permeability”

  • d. Fluid Mosaic Model


2 mitochondria

2. Mitochondria

  • a. cellular respiration

  • b. energy in food converted into ATP (adenosine triphosphate)

  • c. Powerhouse of the cell (MIGHTY mitochondria)

  • d. Found in ALL cells


3 ribosomes

3. Ribosomes

  • a. responsible for protein synthesis (making proteins)

  • b. Most numerous organelles in many cells

  • c. proteins do EVERYTHING


4 endoplasmic reticulum

4. Endoplasmic Reticulum

  • a. rough and smooth

  • b. packages proteins

  • c. breaks down trash


5 golgi apparatus

5. Golgi Apparatus

  • a. processes and packages materials produced by the cell to GO out

  • b. stack of flattened pancakes


6 lysosomes

6. Lysosomes

  • a. digestion of trash


7 nucleus only in eukaryotes

7. Nucleus (Only in Eukaryotes)

  • a. stores hereditary information (DNA and chromosomes)

  • b. ALL instructions for cell function

  • c. Brain of cell


8 cell wall plant cells

8. Cell Wall (Plant Cells)

  • a. protection and support

  • b. rigid outer covering


9 vacuoles

9. Vacuoles

  • a. stores enzymes and wastes

  • b. large in plants


10 plastids plant cells

10. Plastids (Plant Cells)

  • a. stores food and pigment (chlorophyll)

  • b. photosynthesis occurs here

  • c. chloroplasts  chlorophyll


Cell diagrams

Cell Diagrams

Animal Cell

Plant Cell


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