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The computer or brain of the cell. Controls everything.
The vacuum of the cell. It stores materials.
Endoplasmic Reticulum The Highway of the cell. Molecules travel on it throughout the cell..
The Mighty Mouse of the cell. It converts stored energy into useable compounds.
The Robot of the cell which assembles proteins according to DNA instructions.
The jelly of the cell (outside of the nucleus) which contains all of the organelles.
The Lysol Cleaner of the cell which break down organic molecules (carbohydrates, proteins & lipids).
The skin and the bouncer of the cell which allows materials into and out of the cell.
The camera of the plant cell which traps sunlight and where photosynthesis takes place.
The rigid outer layer of a plant cell which supports & protects it.
A liquid containing dissolved materials.
The movement of particles from high concentration (crowded space) to low concentration (less crowded space).
When particles stop diffusing (moving) because their concentration is now the same on both sides of the cell membrane.
Movement of materials into or out of the cell without the cells use of energy (Lazy Movement).
When water moves into or out of a cell (moves from a high concentration of water to a low concentration of water).
Diffusion (particles passing through cell membrane) that is helped along by pathways.
Movement of materials into or out of the cell with the cells use of energy (Because they are going against the concentration gradient).
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