There are many organelles that have their own specific function inside a cell. These consist of the following: Nucleus, Ribosomes, Cytoplasm, Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum, Smooth ER, Golgi Apparatus, Lysosomes, Cytoskeleton, Centrioles, Mitochondria, Flagellum, Plastids, Vacuoles, and Cilia. Types of structures consist of Cell Walls, Plasmodesmata, and Intercellular Junctions which are tight junctions, adhering junctions, and communicating junctions.
Ribosomes control the production of proteins. If they were to stop functioning properly, no proteins would be produced and cells would start to deteriorate. Since proteins are used to regulate tissues and organs, the body of the organism would begin to die out.
The organelles of a cell are the nucleus, ribosome, endoplasmic reticulum(ER), Golgi apparatus, smooth ER, lysosome, cytoskeleton, centriole, mitochondrion, flagellum, plastid, vacuole, and the cell wall. The nucleus is the most important part of a cell. This is where the genetic information that controls the cell is stored. The nucleus uses DNA and RNA to transport the information on how to make proteins. DNA is copied to RNA. The RNA is then transported to the cytoplasm to release the information. If the nucleus of a cell does not function properly, then incorrect information would be used to create mutated proteins. This could reck havoc on the body especially if this disfunctional information is passed to other cells.