Cell Wall, Mitochondria and Vacuole
Cell Wall, Mitochondria and Cyotoplasm
Plasma Membrane, Mitochondria and Cyotoplasm
Cell Wall, Cyotoplasm and Vacuole
Cell Wall, Chloroplasts and Vacuole
They carry chromosomes.
They protect the outer layer of the cell.
They are found in the nucleus and carry genetic instructions.
They supply energy for the cell.
They act as a storage compartment for the cell.
It stores food or any variety of nutrients a cell might need to survive.
It produces food or any nutrient a cell might need to survive.
A gel-like substance where many chemical reactions occur.
Controls where the food is to be taken to.
Is a gel-like substance where many chemical reactions occur.
Controls what can enter or exit the cell.
A gel-like substance where genetic material is found for the cell.
Speed = Distance divided by Time
They are similar to an "energy pack" and supply the cells energy.
They recieve the glucose and oxygen and with the nectants they produce the energy needed for the cell.
They conduct photosynthesis.
Strong reinforcing mesh which gives the plant cell its shape.
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