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ORGANELLES – WHO AM I? PARTS OF THE PLANT AND ANIMAL CELL
ORGANELLES I LOOK LIKE HAIRS THAT TRAP ANYTHING TRYING TO COME INTO THE CELL? WHO AM I? CILIA
ORGANELLES I AM A FRAMEWORK FOR THE CELL. I HAVE MANY FUNCTIONS ONE OF WHICH IS INTRACELLULAR CYTOSKELETON
ORGANELLES I AM THICK AS SYRUP AND I AM IN CLOSE CONTACT WITH ALL MY FRIENDS. WHO AM I? CYTOPLASM
ORGANELLES I LOOK LIKE PASTA AND I AM ALWAYS PAIRED WITH A PARTNER. MY PARTNER AND I WILL REPLICATE ONLY WHEN A CELL IS READY TO DIVIDE. WHO AM I? CENTRIOLES
ORGANELLES I LOOK LIKE A BALLOON AND ACT LIKE THE HUMAN STOMACH. WHO AM I? VACUOLE
ORGANELLES I AM FOUND NEXT TO THE BOSS IN A COMPANY. MY ROLE IS TO PACKAGE AND EXPORT PROTEINS. WHO AM I? GOLGI APPARATUS GOLGI BODIES
ORGANELLES I AM LIKE A WHIP THAT IS READY TO MOVE A CELL AROUND ITS ENVIRONMENT. WHO AM I? FLAGELLA
ORGANELLES I AM LIKE DARK MOLES ON A BOSS’S FACE. I STORE AND SYNTHESIZE SPECIAL PROTEINS NECESSARY TO KEEP THE CELL ALIVE. WHO AM I? RIBOSOMES
ORGANELLES I AM FLEXIBLE AND PERMEABLE TO CERTAIN SUBSTANCES. I ACT AS A GUARD BETWEEN MY INTERNAL BEING AND MY EXTERIOR. WHO AM I? PLASMA MEMBRANE
ORGANELLES I AM SMALL AND ROUND. I LOOK LIKE LITTLE FRECKLES ON A CELL. I AM RESPONSIBLE FOR PRODUCING PROTEINS. WHO AM I? RIBOSOMES
ORGANELLES I AM A SYSTEM OF TUBULES STUDDED WITH FRECKLES. I STORE AND DELIVER PROTEINS FROM ONE PART OF THE CELL TO THE OTHER OR TO THE EXTERIOR. WHO AM I? ROUGH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM
ORGANELLES I AM LIKE A LARGE POND FILLED WITH A VITAL SOURCE OF LIFE, AND SOME TIMES I AM VERY SMALL AND CAN STORE MANY SUBSTANCES NECESSARY FOR THE CELL. WHO AM I? VACUOLE
ORGANELLES I AM VERY STRONG, I DIRECT EVERYTHING THAT OCCURS AROUND ME. WITH ME NOTHING WOULD BE FUNCTIONAL. WHO AM I? NUCLEUS
ORGANELLES I LOOK LIKE A TINY KIDNEY BEAN AND I ACT LIKE CP&L BY PROVIDING ENERGY TO MYSELF. WHO AM I? MITOCHONDRIA
ORGANELLES I AM SIMILAR TO A BALLOON BUT DESTROY HARMFUL CHEMICALS THAT COME INTO MY ENVIRONMENT. WHO AM I? LYSOSOME
ORGANELLES I AM LIKE FINE THREADS THAT THICKEN WHEN A CELL IS ABOUT TO DIVIDE. I HAVE ALL THE GENETIC MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR LIFE. WHO AM I? CHROMATIN
ORGANELLES I AM A SYSTEM OF SMOOTH TUBULES. I AM A SITE OF LIPID METABOLISM AND LIPID AND HORMONE PRODUCTION. WHO AM I? SMOOTH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM
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