What do cytoplasm do?
Where cytoplasm is located: All five kingdoms of life contain cytoplasm (animal, plant, protist, fungi and monera).
The cytoplasm is an important part of all cells. The cytoplasm acts like fluid. All of the organelles in turn are in the cytoplasm. Plant and animal cells both have cytoplasm in their cells.
Some of cytoplasm's jobs are to hold the organelles in place and
provide nourishment. It also contains ribsomes and proteins.
The cytoplasm's job is to keep all of the cell organelles in place, so they do not bump into each other and destroy each other.
it is to pick up all the left over stuff on the floor or ground of the cell.