I have.. Who has.. I have.. I have.. I have.. Plasma membrane Cell wall Centriole Who has.. Who has.. Who has.. Gives shape and Surrounds cell; strength to a plant controls exit and cell. entry of substances and detects presence of substances. Found outside nucleus in animal cells and forms the spindle during cell division Runs through cytoplasm from nucleus to plasma membrane – transport system and site of synthesis of some substances. I have.. I have.. I have.. I have.. Endoplasmic reticulum Contractile vacuole cytoplasm Stroma Who has.. Who has.. Who has.. Who has.. Organelle that removes water from unicellular organisms to control water content osmoregulation The substance inside the cell in which the organelles are suspended. The fluid inside a chloroplast where the carbon fixation stage of potosynthesis takes place. Folded membranes in the mitochondria where the third stage of cellular respiration takes place. I have.. I have.. I have.. I have.. Cristae Vesicle Organelle Cytoskeleton Who has.. Who has.. Who has.. Who has.. Small membranebound vessels that carry products between cell organelles like ER and plasma membrane. A small structure inside a living cell Network of fibres in the cytoplasm that support the cell. Whip-like extension of the cell membrane. I have.. I have.. I have.. I have.. Flagellum Eukaryote Chloroplast Vacuole Who has.. Who has.. Who has.. Who has.. Group of organisms with more complex cells, having membrane-bound organelles and a distinct nucleus. Organelle which is the site of photosynthesis Large central storage area in plant cells, smaller in animal cells. Tough membranous bags containing digestive enzymes – recycle worn out cell parts. I have.. I have.. I have.. I have.. Lysosome Ribosome Euglena Matrix Who has.. Who has.. Who has.. Who has.. Site of protein synthesis. Unicellular organism with both plant (chloroplast) and animal features (eyespot) Fluid inside mitochondria where Kreb’s Cycle (part of cellular respiration) takes place. One of the five kingdoms of living things containing unicellular organisms and algae. I have.. I have.. I have.. I have.. Protista Eye spot Nuclear membrane Nucleolus Who has.. Who has.. Who has.. Who has.. Organ of light detection in unicells like Euglena and Chlamydemonas. Separates nucleus from cytoplasm – has pores to allow larger molecules through. Smaller organelle inside nucleus where ribosomes are assembled. Open channels in the cell wall through which the cytoplasm of plant cells connect. I have.. I have.. I have.. I have.. Plasmodesma Prokaryote Golgi bodies Microvilli Who has.. Who has.. Who has.. More primitive cells that lack a distinct nucleus and membrane-bound organelles. Cell organelle that packages secretions, modifies proteins and carries them to outside the cell. Small projections of the cell membrane that increase the surface area for absorption. Who has.. I have.. I have.. I have.. I have.. Grana Mitochondria Cilia Erythrocyte Who has.. Who has.. Who has.. Membrane-bound organelle, the site of aerobic respiration. Who has.. Little “hairs” that line Red blood cell. the outside of some cells and move cells around or move substances eg cells lining trachea. Area of chloroplast containing chlorophyll - the site of the light phase of photosynthesis.