Organelle

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(OR-guh-NEL) A small structure in a cell that is surrounded by a membrane and has a specific function. Examples of organelles are the nucleus (a structure that contains the cell’s chromosomes and is where RNA is made) , mitochondria (structures that make energy for the cell) , and lysosomes (sac-like containers filled with enzymes that digest and help recycle molecules in the cell).


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