All cells have DNA, a cell membrane, Ribosomes, and cytoplasm. The reasoning behind this is because the membrane lets things in and out of the cell, the ribosomes make proteins and the cell must have proteins. The cytoplasm contains all the cell organelles. The DNA contains all the genetic coding and controls the functions of the organism. The Golgi apparatus sorts and packages the proteins, that the ribosomes produce. The vacuole stores waste material, after everything has been done. The lysosomes disposes all the waste. The endoplasmic reticulum moves everything around. The chloroplasts make food for the cell. The nucleus, the largest organelle in the cell, controls everything, including the DNA. The cell wall protects the cell, which is why it is on the outside of the cell. Mitochondria produces energy for the cell, the cell needs energy so that it can move around.