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These structures carry out Cellular Respiration which converts glucose into a molecule that stores usable energy called ATP.

MITOCHONDRIA carry out Cellular Respiration which converts glucose into a molecule that stores usable energy called ATP.

2

These structures sort, modify and package proteins into vesicles to transport them.

GOLGI BODIES sort, modify and package proteins into vesicles to transport them.

3

This structure produces the lipids (fats) that are found in the cell membrane.

SMOOTH Endoplasmic Reticulum produces the lipids (fats) that are found in the cell membrane.

4

These complex cells have a true nucleus to store and protect their chromosomes.

EUKARYOTIC cells are complex cells that have a true nucleus to store and protect their chromosomes.

5

These tiny structures which build proteins for the cell.

RIBOSOMES are tiny structures which build proteins for the cell.

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This structure is composed of microfilaments and microtubules that help the cell maintain its shape. It is also involved in cell movement.

The CYTOSKELETON is a structure is composed of microfilaments and microtubules that help the cell maintain its shape. It is also involved in cell movement.

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These are 3 structures typically found in PLANT cells but not animal cells.

CHLOROPLASTS, CELL WALLS, & LARGE VACUOLES are 3 structures typically found in PLANT cells but not animal cells.

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This is the membrane for the nucleus and contains many pores (holes) to allow material to move in and out of the nucleus.

The NUCLEAR ENVELOPE is the membrane for the nucleus and contains many pores (holes) to allow material to move in and out of the nucleus.

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This site produces the proteins that will be exported OUT of the cell.

ROUGH Endoplasmic Reticulum produces the proteins that will be exported OUT of the cell.

10

This structure stores and protects the cells DNA.

The NUCLEUS stores and protects the cells DNA.

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This boundary controls what enters and exits the cell.

The CELL MEMBRANE is the boundary which controls what enters and exits the cell.

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These structures are usually found in animal cells and use enzymes to break down cellular debris.

LYSOSOMES are structures are usually found in animal cells and use enzymes to break down cellular debris.

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These structures produce glucose in a process called photosynthesis.

CHLOROPLASTS are structures that produce glucose in a process called photosynthesis.