Nuclear membrane- There are small holes in the nuclear membrane called , and these holes allow content to move in and out of the nucleus. They also connect the inner membrane with the outer membrane.
I am going to put all of y'all in 2 groups group 1 and group 2.
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group 2 part Golgi body-The Golgi body has a lot of functions, including sorting and processing proteins. Proteins are synthesised in the rough (ER), then they travel to the Golgi body. While in the Golgi body, they are processed and sent throughout the cell. Lysosome- are organelles that contain digestive enzymes. They digest excess or worn out organelles, food particles, and engulfed viruses or bacteria. Smooth (ER)- serves multiple functions, being important particularly in the synthesis, folding, modification, and transport of proteins . Rough (ER)- it is named like that because of its looks and the ribosomes on the outside of it. Ribosomes- are a cell structure that makes protein. Cytoplasm - is the jelly part that is made up by mostly water and salt.
group 1 half Vacuole-Found in both plant and animal cells, a vacuole is a fluid-filled pocket in the cell's cytoplasm that serves varying functions depending on the cell's requirements. Cell Wall-The outermost layer of cells in anything with cells. In plants, the cell wall is made up mostly of cellulose, determines tissue texture, and often is crucial to cell function. Nucleus- funtions all the parts of a call and has DNA in it Nucleolus-The nucleolus makes ribosomal subunits from proteins and ribosomal RNA. It then sends the subunits out to the rest of the cell where they combine into complete ribosomes. Chloroplast- is the thing that makes a plant green. Mitochondria- acts like the powerhouse and it breaks down nutrients into smaller pieces.
Congratulation class You all get a 100 I hope you learned more now time for a pop quiz. :)