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Cell Organelles Worksheet

Complete the following table by writing the name of the cell part or organelle in the right hand column
that matches the structure/ function in the left hand column. A cell party may be used more then once.

Cell Part
Structure and Function

1. Stores material with in the cell. vacuole

Ribosome
2. The sites of protein synthesis

3. Transport materials within the cell Rough endoplasmic reticulum

4. The region inside the cell except for the Cytoplasm


nucleus.

5. Organelle that manages or controls all Nucleus


the cell functions in a eukaryotic cell

6. Digests excess or worn-out cell parts, Lysosome


food particles and invading viruses and
bacteria.

7. Provider temporary storage of food, vacuole


enzymes and waste products.

8. Firm, protective structure that gives the Cell wall


cell its shape in plants, fungi, most
bacteria and some protests.

9. Produces a usable form of energy for Mitochondria


the cell

10. Packages proteins for transport out of Golgi apparatus


the cell
Rough endoplasmic reticulum
11. Site where ribosomes are made
12. The membrane surrounding the cell, Plasma membrane
controls what goes in and out

13. Name for the collection of DNA in the Chromosomes


nucleus of a eukaryotic cell
Xylem
14. Consists of hollow tubes which provide
support for the cell

Flagella
15. Smart hair-like structures used for
movement or sensing things

Put each of the organelles into one of the four columns, based on their role in metabolism.
Lysosomes Mitochondria Cell membrane Vacuoles

Ingestion Digestion Respiration Excretion

Cell Lysosome Mitochondria Vacuole


membrane

Put a check in the appropriate column(s) to indicate whether to following organelles are found in
plant cells, animal cells or both.

Organelle Plant Cell Animal


Cells
Cell Wall √ Organelle Plant Animal
Cells Cells
Chloroplast √
Mitochondria √ √
Chromatin √ √ Nucleolus √ √
Cytoplasm √ √ Nucleus √ √
Endoplasmic √ √ Cell √ √
Reticulum Membrane
Golgi √ √ Vacuole √
apparatus Ribosome √ √
Lysosome √