There are many organelles in a cell, and all of them have specific roles. Some organelles are ribosomes, endoplasmic reticulum, and lysosomes. All of these organelles are important to the cell. The ribosomes is one of the smallest organelles. The importance of ribosomes is that they provide protien, which is why they are found all over the cell. Most of the time they are around the rough ER. The endoplasmic reticulum is classified into 2 groups: soft and rough. The soft ER is not surrounded by ribosomes. The ER is very important to the cell because it delivers the ribosomes in and out of the cell. For some reason, lysosomes is my favorite organelle. The lysosomes are also important cells because they get rid of waste and old, dying cells. I think that is my favorite because I think of it as a superhero.
There is also another important organelle, although I'm not sure if it really is one, but it is the cell membrane. The cell membrane is like the gate entrance to the cell. It controls what goes in and out of the cell. It is made of phosolipids. The outside of the phosolipid likes water, but the inside does not. Which is why it is difficult for certain materials to get through. I think of all these cell organelles as a cell city.