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Cell Organelles and Macromolecules

Made of amino acids; plays many functions in cells, including enymes
Liquid inside of the cell where much of the metabolism takes place
Carbohydrate that makes up plant cell walls
Organelle in which particles are broken down by enzymes
Organelle in which sugar is broken down to produce energy, CO2, and H2O (singular)
Short, thin structure on the outside of a prokaryotic cell that helps with movement
Carbohydrate that makes up fungal cell walls
Stack of membranes that receives vesicles from the RER, repackages the contents, and sends them throughout the cell
Region in prokaryotic cells where DNA is located
Long, whiplike structure attached to the cell membrane that is used for movement
Make up the genetic material in cells
Small membrane sac that is used to transport materials
Large membrane sac that is used for storage of water, food particles, etc
Organelle that holds cell's DNA
Structure made of RNA and protein that makes proteins
Organelle where photosynthesis takes place in eukaryotic cells
Made of a selectively permeable lipid bilayer
Structure found in animal cells that helps during cell division
Series of membranes that are used to store calcium, detoxify substances, and make lipids
Structure inside nucleus where ribosome parts are made
Organelle that packages the proteins by its attached ribosomes
Structure outside the plasma membrane of some cells; provides support and protection
Main component of plasma membranes
Used for structure and energy storage
Short, thin structures on the outside of a eukaryotic cell that help with movement