What’s inside a cell?
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NUCLEUS: Nucleus is the brain of the cell. It tells you what type of cell it will be and when it will decide to divide.
RIBOSOMES: Ribosomes is what makes the proteins. The cell can create new structures from the ribosomes protein.
CHROMOSOME: It’s the item that carries our dna.
GOLGI BODIES: Post office? Is what transports molecules around the entire cell.
MITACHONDRION: The powerhouse of the cell. They take in food and turn into energy cellular respiration.
ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM: Transportation that collect and take the molecules to where they are needed to go.
All living things contain a variety of different cells. Cells are the main structure that living things are based on. The cell membrane is a thin layer that separates what goes in and out. The cell wall is incredibly tough and holds its shape. Cell walls are what let them stand tall. Tiny organ that play a different role in the cell. It gets rid of waste, reproduce and repairs. The organelles float in cytoplasm.
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