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1: Table of Contents | pg 1.............................................Table of contents pg 2.................................................Cell Membrane pg 3........................................................Cell Wall pg 4......................................................Cytoplasm pg 5...................................................Cytoskeleton pg 6.........................................................Nucleus pg 7.......................................................Nucleolus pg 8......................................................Ribosomes pg 9......................................Endoplasmic Reticulum pg 10..............................................Golgi Apparatus pg 11.......................................................Vacuoles pg 12.....................................................Lysosomes pg 13.....................................................Centrioles pg 14...................................................Mitochodria pg 15..................................................Chloroplasts

2: The cell membrane forms a barrier between the inside of the cell and the outside, so that the chemical environments on the two sides can be different. The cell membrane is located on the outside of the cell. It is like a plastic bag because it holds in organelles. Reference: Wikipedia | Cell Membrane

3: Cell Wall | The cell wall is located outside the cell membrane.The function of the cell wall is to provide the cell with structural support and protection. It is like the Great Wall of China because it protects and gives structure to the cell. Reference: Wikipedia

4: Cytoplasm | It is a small gel like substances that is located between the cell membrane. It holds all the cells internal organelles accept for the nucleus. It looks like jelly under the microscope. Cytoplasm is like glue because it holds the cell together. Reference: Wikipedia

5: Cytoskeleton | The cytoskeleton is the cell's skeleton that is located in the cells cytoplasm. The cytoskeleton is made out of protein. The cytoskeleon is like the human skeleton because it is like it holds the structure of the cell. Reference: Wikipedia

6: Nucleus | The cell Nucleus is a membrane that contains the cells genetic DNA. You would find the Nucleus in the middle of the cell. The nucleus is like a control room because it contains all the controls of a cell. References: Wikipedia

7: Nucleolus | The Nucleolus is a non-membrane structure that contains the rRNA. You can see this under the microscope it is the dot in the middle of the cell. Its main function is cell division and survival. The nucleolus is like a dictator because it is complete control of the cell. References: Wikipedia & Nucleolus function.com

8: Ribosomes | A Ribosome is a component of a cell that assembles the twenty specific amino acid molecules to form the particular protein molecule. Ribosomes have no particular place in the cell that are everywhere. A ribosome is like a secretary because it is in charge of the RNA of the cell and a secretary is in charge of all the papers the boss has. References: Wikipedia

9: Endoplasmic Reticulum | The Endoplasmic Reticulum is a the part of the cell that transports proteins throughout it. It is located throughout the entire cell because it transport protein throughout the entire cell. A Endoplasmic Reticulum is like a delivery boy because it delivers proteins through the cell and a delivery boy delivers packages to people. References: Wikipedia

10: Golgi Apparatus | The Golgi Apparatus is the cells macromolecule's manager. What we mean is that the Golgi Apparatus moves all the other macromolecules around and modifies them to do certain jobs. It is found in the cytoplasm of both animal and plant cells. The Golgi Apparatus is kinda like a boss because it tells other macromolecules what to do just like a boss would. References: Wikipedia

11: Vacuole | The Vacuole main function in the cell is to feed the cell. They can be found all over the cell because they are the cells food. The Vacuole is like a piece of fried chicken because it feeds the cell and fried chicken feeds people. References: Wikipedia

12: Lysosome | Lysosomes are the cells waste disposal systems. They eat all the dead organelles or the nonfunctioning organelles. They move through out the cell to eat other organelles. A Lysosome is like a garbage disposal because it eats the cells waste just like a garbage disposal eats our wasted food. References: Wikipedia

13: Centrioles | Centrioles main function in the cell is cell division. The Centrioles can be found in the Nucleus. A centrioles is like a mother because the mother looks over their children just like the centrioles is in charge of cell division. References: Wikipedia

14: Mitochondrion | The Mitochondrion is the cells main energy supplier. It converts the cells protein to energy. You can find the Mitochondrion most of the time near the outer membrane of the cell. The mitochondrion is like a factory because it produces energy and a factory produces products. References: Wikipedia

15: Chloroplast | The Chloroplast is the plants cells main energy source. In converts light energy to the cells energy. You can find the chloroplast throughout the whole cell. The chloroplast is like a solar panel because it transfers light energy to energy for the cell and the solar panel converts light energy to electricity for us. References: Wikipedia

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