Cell Membrane: The thin layer of lipid and protein that separates the cell's contents from the enviornment.
Nucleus: The nucleus is the control center of the cell.
Nuclear Envelope: The nuclear envelope separates the nucleus from the rest of the cell.
Nucleolus: The central structure in the nucleus responsible for making ribosomes.
Chromatin: Located in the nucleus. Tangled strands of DNA. Also contain hereditary information.
Nuclear Sap: The fluid that fills the nucleus.
Cytoplasm: A thick fluid material, mostly water based that suspends the organelles and structures in
Mitochondrion: Mitochondrion generate energy from food.
Golgi Apparatus: The Golgi Apparatus packages and transports substances in the cell.
Centriole: Centrioles are cylindrical bundles of microtubules that give rise to the longer spindle microtubules.
Vacuole: A membrane bound sac that takes in water and also may store proteins, ions, and other waste
Lysosomes: A small organelle that contains digestive enzymes that help the cell break down large molecules
of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids.
Microbody: Contains different enzymes not used in digestion.
Ribosomes: An organelle that assembles proteins from amino acids.
Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER): An network of membranes-bound organelles that produces material that are needed for the cell.
It also detoxifies the cell
Hyaloplasm: The remaining fluid of the cell.