Organelles are components of microbes that allow them to complete certain processes. Organelles can be added and removed from microbes through the editor.

Structural Organelles[edit | edit source]

Structural organelles give cells shape. The cytoplasm is the only organelle in this category.

MP.png 22 MP Cytoplasm
CytoplasmIcon.png
Glycolysis
Cytoplasmic Glycolisis
0,01 Glucose GlucoseIcon.png → 5 ATP ATP.png
+4 Storage
+1 Osmoregulation Cost
The material or protoplasm within a living cell.

The gooey innards of a cell.


Prokaryotic Structures[edit | edit source]

Proteins found on prokaryotic cells, most of them are inferior versions of Internal Organelles.

MP.png 45 MP Metabolosome
MetabolosomeIcon.png
Turns Glucose GlucoseIcon.png into ATP ATP.png. Rate scales with concentration of Oxygen
Respiration
0,04 GlucoseIcon.png → 7,98 ATP.png @ 21% Oxygen
+4 Storage
+1 Osmoregulation Cost
Clusters of proteins wrapped in protein shells.It uses oxygen to convert glucose into ATP in a process called Aerobic Respiration. Lower levels of oxygen will slow the rate of ATP production.
MP.png 50 MP Thylakoids
ChromatophorIcon.png
Produces Glucose GlucoseIcon.png. Rate scales with concentration of Carbon Dioxide CO2.png and intensity of Light Light.png
Glycolisis
0,03 GlucoseIcon.png → 5 ATP.png /second
Photosynthesis
+0,01 GlucoseIcon.png @ 9% CO2.png , 100% Light.png
+1 Storage
+1 Osmoregulation Cost
Clusters of proteins and photosensitive pigments. The pigments use sunlight as energy to produce glucose from water and gaseous CO2 through Photosynthesis. They are also what give them their distinctive green color.
MP.png 45 MP Chemosynthesing Proteins
ChemoproteinsIcon.png
Turns Hydrogen Sulfide into Glucose GlucoseIcon.png . Rate scales with concentration of Carbon Dioxide CO2.png

Also turns Glucose GlucoseIcon.png into ATP ATP.png

Glycolisis
0,03 GlucoseIcon.png → 5 ATP.png /second
Chemo Synthesis
0,03 HydrogenSulfide.png → 0,03 GlucoseIcon.png /second @ 9% CO2.png
+1 Storage
+1 Osmoregulation Cost
Small clusters of protein in the cytoplasm. They can convert

hydrogen sulfide, water and CO2 into glucose in a process called Hydrogen Sulfide Chemosynthesis

MP.png 45 MP Rusticyanin
RusticyaninIcon.png
Turns Iron Iron.png into ATP ATP.png . Rate scales with concentration of Carbon Dioxide CO2.png and Oxygen OxygenIcon.png
Iron Respiration
0,24 Iron.png 20 ATP.png /second @ 9% CO2.png 21% OxygenIcon.png
+1 Storage
+1 Osmoregulation Cost
A protein that uses gaseous Oxygen and CO2 to oxidize Iron from one chemical state to another, in a process called Iron Respiration. This process releases energy in the form of ATP which the cell can harvest.
MP.png 55 MP Nitrogenase
NitrogenaseIcon.png
Turns ATP ATP.png into Ammonia AmmoniaIcon.png . Rate scales with concentration of Nitrogen Nitrogen.png
Glycolisis
0,03 GlucoseIcon.png → 5 ATP.png /second
Anaerobic Nitrogen Fixation
1,75 ATP.png → 0,01 AmmoniaIcon.png /second @ 70% Nitrogen.png
+2 Storage
+1 Osmoregulation Cost
A protein that can use gaseous nitrogen and ATP to produce ammonia. in a process called Aenaerobic Nitrogen FIxation.
MP.png 55 MP Oxytoxisome
ToxinVacuoleIcon.png
Turns ATP ATP.png into OxyToxy OxyToxy.png . Rate scales with concentration of Oxygen OxygenIcon.png
Glycolisis
0,03 GlucoseIcon.png → 5 ATP.png /second
OxyToxy Synthesis
5 ATP.png → 0,15 OxyToxy.png /second @ 21% OxygenIcon.png
+4 Storage
+1 Osmoregulation Cost
A modified metabolosome which produces a primitive version of the toxic agent OxyToxy NT. Press E to release toxins.

External Organelles[edit | edit source]

Organelles that go on the outside of the cell.

MP.png 20 MP Flagellum
Flagella.png
Uses ATP ATP.png to increase the movement speed of the cell.
+0.7 Speed
+4 Storage
+1 Osmoregulation Cost
The flagellum (plural: flagella) is a whip-like bundle of protein fibers extending from the cell's membrane. It uses ATP to undulate and propel the cell.
MP.png 30 MP Predatory Pillus
PredatoryPillus.png
Stab other cells with it.
A hair-like appendage made of protein found on the surface of certain microbes.

It inflicts damage to other microbes.


Internal Organelles[edit | edit source]

Organelles placed on the inside of the cell. Many of these organelles perform processes, which take some compounds as input and return different compounds as output. Except the nucleus, they are locked until the cell become a eukaryote.

MP.png 100 MP Nucleus
Nucleus.png
Allows for the evolution of more complex membrane-bound organelles. Costs a lot of ATP to mantain. This is an irreversible evolution.
+15 Storage
+10 Osmoregulation Cost
The defining feature of eukaryotic cells and where their DNA is stored. It allows cells to develop a system of internal membranes, allowing for more complex, efficient and specialized membrane-bound oganelles.
MP.png 40 MP Mitochondrion
Mito.png
Turns Glucose GlucoseIcon.png into ATP ATP.png . Rate scales with concentration of Oxygen OxygenIcon.png
Respiration
0,02 GlucoseIcon.png → 10,5 ATP.png /second @ 21% OxygenIcon.png
+2 Storage
+2 Osmoregulation Cost
The powerhouse of the cell. The mitochondrion is a double membrane structure with enzymes inside. It is an assimilated prokaryote used by its eukaryotic host to produce energy. It uses oxygen to convert glucose into ATP.
MP.png 30 MP Chloroplast
Thermoplast.png
Produces Glucose GlucoseIcon.png. Rate scales with concentration of Carbon Dioxide CO2.png and intensity of Light Light.png
Photosynthesis
+0,05 GlucoseIcon.png /second @ 9% CO2.png , 100% Light.png
+2 Storage
+3 Osmoregulation Cost
A double membrane structure with photosensitive pigments stacked together in membranous sacks. A prokaryote assimilated by an eukaryotic host. Its pigments use sunlight to convert water and CO2 into glucose through Photosynthesis. These pigments also give it its distinctive green color.
MP.png 40 MP Thermoplast (WIP)
Chloro.png
Produces Glucose GlucoseIcon.png. Rate scales with concentration of Carbon Dioxide CO2.png and Temperature Temperature.png
+4 Storage
+1 Osmoregulation Cost
A double membrane structure with thermosensitive pigments stacked together in membranous sacks. A prokaryote assimilated by an eukaryotic host. Its pigments uses the energy of heat differences in the surroundings to convert water and CO2 into glucose in a process called Thermosynthesis.
MP.png 45 Chemoplast
ChemoplastIcon.png
Turns Hydrogen Sulfide HydrogenSulfide.png into Glucose GlucoseIcon.png . Rate scales with concentration of Carbon Dioxide CO2.png
Chemo Synthesis
0,03 HydrogenSulfide.png → 0,04 GlucoseIcon.png /second @ 21% CO2.png
+1 Storage
+1 Osmoregulation Cost
A double membrane structure with proteins that can hydrogen sulfide, water and CO2 into glucose, in a process called Hydrogen Sulfide Chemo Synthesis.


MP.png 50 Nitrogen Fixing Plastid
NitroplastidIcon.png
Converts ATP ATP.png into Ammonia AmmoniaIcon.png . Scales with concentration of Oxygen OxygenIcon.png and Nitrogen Nitrogen.png
Aerobic Nitrogen Fixing
1,75 ATP.png → 0,02 AmmoniaIcon.png /second @ 70% OxygenIcon.png , 21% Nitrogen.png
+2 Storage
+2 Osmoregulation Cost
A protein capable of using gaseous nitrogen and oxygen with ATP to produce ammonia. This process is know as Aerobic Nitrogen Fixation.
MP.png 30 MP Vacuole
Vacuole.png
Increases the storage space of the cell.
+15 Storage
+1 Osmoregulation Cost
A membranous organelle used for storage in teh cell. It is composed of several vesicles, smaller membrous structures widely used in cells for storage, which have fused together. It is filed with water which is used to contain molecules, enzymes, solids and other substances.
MP.png 80 MP Toxin Vacuole
ToxinVacuoleIcon.png
Turns ATP ATP.png into OxyToxy OxyToxy.png . Rate scales with concentration of Oxygen OxygenIcon.png
OxyToxy Synthesis
1,05 ATP.png → 0,31 OxyToxy.png /second @ 21% OxygenIcon.png
+5 Storage
+1 Osmoregulation Cost
A vacuole modified specifically to produce, store and secrete of OxyToxy toxins. More toxin vacuoles will increase the rate at which toxins can be released.
MP.png TBD Bioluminescent Vacuole
Biolumescent Org.png
Bioluminescence.
Storage
Osmoregulation Cost
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