Organelles are the organs inside a cell. They have specific functions and are separate by bi-lipid layers within the cell. A clickable diagram can be seen at: http://people.usd.edu/~bgoodman/ReviewFrames.htm
Organelles means little organs. They are found inside cells and usually play very specific roles in helping cells function properly. Some examples of organelles include Mitochondria (molecule that provides cell energy) and Ribosomes (they help assemble amino acids into proteins).
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