Which Scientist first said that Plants were made of cells? • Schleiden The molecules have “heads” and “tails” and are found in the cell membrane. What are phospholipids? The organelles associated with photosynthesis What are chloroplasts? The powerhouse of the cell – where respiration takes place and ATP is formed. What is the mitochondrion? The mesh-like network of protein fibers that supports the shape of the cell. What is the cytoskeleton? Has ribosomes that produce necessary proteins for the cell; maintains homeostasis by moving supplies from place to place in the cell. What is the rough endoplasmic reticulum? The structure that encloses the contents of a cell, allows material to enter and leave the cell, and is selectively permeable. What is the cell membrane? This structure immediately identifies a cell as being a eukaryote. What is the nucleus? The double membrane surrounding the nucleus. What is the nuclear envelope? The packaging and distribution center of the cell. What is the golgi apparatus? In eukaryotic cells, these are found in structure “2”. What are chromosomes? These organisms have cells that lack a nucleus and membranebound organelles and were found on Earth before eukaryotes. What are prokaryotes? Eukaryotic cells are much larger and have more specialized functions than prokaryotic cells because they contain these structures which take up space and carry out specialized activities. What are organelles? The statement that is NOT part of the cell theory: a.) All organisms are made of cells. b.) All cells function in the same way. c.) Cells are the basic units of structure and function for all living things. d.) All cells come from other cells. What is “all cells function in the same way”? The three main structures that a Plant cell has that an animal cell does not. What are cell wall, large central vacuole, and chloroplasts? What types of photos do bio teachers take?