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Organelles

Morgan & Demspey

Puzzle that explains the funtions of organelles in a fun and easy manner.

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2.A membrane-enclosed organelle found in Eukaryotic cells
3.Lipid, proteins and other components of the cell membrane get assembled here
4.Assembly of the ribosome begins here
7.Cells that contain nuclei
9.Chromatin spills and condenses form
11.Store materials, such as water, salts, proteins and carbohydrates
12.Regulated what enter and leaves the cell. Also supports and protects the cell
13.Cells outside the nucleus
14.Provides support and function for a cell.
16.Literally “Little Organs”
17.Modify, sort, and package proteins, as well as other material.
18.Small particles of RNA and protein
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1.DNA's full name
2.Composed of two membranes
5.converts chemical energy into food into convenient compounds
6.Cells that do not contain nuclei
8.Capture the sun's energy and converts it into chemical energy (photosynthesis)
9.Granular material you see in the nucleus
10.Enclosed structure that contains cells DNA
15.Organelles used to digest or breakdown lipids, carbohydrates and proteins

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