<div>RIBOSOMES: is the site for protein synthesis where the translation of the RNA takes place. Ribosomes are found freely suspended in the cytoplasm and also are attached to the endoplasmic reticulum.</div>
<div>CAPSULE: helps the cell attach to surfaces in its environment.</div>
<div>FLAGELLA: structures that act as rotary motors to help bacteria move</div>
<div>CELL WALL: provides an extra layer of protection, helps the cell maintain its shape, and prevents dehydration</div>
<div>PLASMA MEMBRANE: is present in the outer most layer of the cell and in plant cell it is present just beneath the cell wall.</div>
<div>PLASMID: is a small DNA molecule within a cell that is physically separated from a chromosomal DNA and can replicate independently.</div>
<div>PILI: are hair-like structures in bacterial walls that allow bacterial cells to adhere to other surfaces throughout their environment</div>
<div>NUCLEOID: is the region of the cell that contains primary DNA material, which includes several proteins and enzymes that transcribe DNA and RNA and assist with cell growth and development. Nucleoids are components of unicellular organisms classified as prokaryotes. Along with a plasma membrane and cytoplasm, nucleoids form the three main components that all prokaryotic cells possess</div>
<div>CYTOPLASM: the jellylike material outside the cell nucleus in which the organelles are located.</div>