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Cell Structure and Function3.2 Looking Inside Cells Cell Structure and Function
Cell Wall Rigid layer of nonliving materialSurrounds the cells of plants and some other organisms Protects and supports Made of cellulose Strong, but permeable
Cell Membrane Barrier separating the cell from its environmentControls what substances enter and exit a cell Semi-permeable
Nucleus Control center of the cell Contains the DNA
Cytoplasm Clear, thick, gel-like fluid Contains many organelles
Mitochondria Small, rod-shaped organelles "Powerhouses" of the cellConvert food energy into energy the cell can use
Endoplasmic ReticulumMaze of passageways Helps form proteins Carries material throughout the cell
Ribosome Small, grain-like bodySome are attached to endoplasmic reticulum Some float freely in the cytoplasm Protein "factories"
Golgi Body Flattened sacs and tubesReceive proteins to be packaged and distributed to other parts of the cell or even outside the cell
Chloroplasts Large, green structures Generally found only in plantsCapture energy from sunlight and convert it into sugar
Vacuole Large water-filled sac Storage areasPlant cells usually have one large, central vacuole
Lysosome Small, round structuresContain chemicals for breaking down certain materials Clean-up crew
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