Biology 4

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Made of phospholipids, which have a hydrophobic and a hydrophillic end
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Green organelle found in plants
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DNA and other protiens
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Folds in the inner membrane of the mitochondrion
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All of the structures and materials inside the cell membrane, excluding the nucleus
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Fluid portion of the cytoplasm
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Appear as flattened, curved, membrane-covered sacs
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Fluid inside the inner membrane of the mitochondrion
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Double membrane that completely surrounds the nucleus; sometimes is continous with the endoplasmic reticulum; has pores
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A dark staining spherical region foun fin the nucleus of most cells; contains a large concentration of RNA
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Flattened sacs inside the chloroplast
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Rigid or nearly rigid structure that is located on the outside of the cell membrane in plants; made primarily of cellulose, contains pores
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Many short tubular extentions of the cell membrane
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Microscopic network fibers crisscrossing the inside of a cell
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Single long tubular extensions of the cell membrane surrounding a special arrangement of microtubules
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Stacks of Thylakoids
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Small, irregularly shaped membrane-bound organelles filled with digestive enzymes
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Typically been shaped organelles surrounded by two membranes, a smooth outer membrane and a folded inner membrane
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Usually the most prominent structure seen when observing a stained cell with a microscope
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Non-membrane bound organelle in prokaryotes and eukaryotes; made of protiens and RNA
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System of interconnected folded membranes inside the cell; sometimes continous with the nuclear membrane; dotted with ribosomes
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System of interconnected folded membranes inside the cell; sometimes continous with the nuclear membrane; lacks attatched ribosomes
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Protects and supports cell; plant cells have them, but animals cells do not
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Membrane bound organelle that provides storage; regulates turgidityof plants cell
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Privides locomotion or move substances over the outer surface of cell
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collects and pumps out of many aquatic unicellular organisms
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Prepares substances to be secreted by the cell; it is important in the final processing and packaging of many complex substances produces by the cell; pinches off part of its membrane to carry substances
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Breaks down ingested substances, old organelles, and cytoplasmic molecules
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Houses pigments and stores starches; plant cells have them, but animal cells do not
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Mobile membrane-bound organelles that transport materials throughout the cell; provides storage; may contain enzymes for specific reactions
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Seperates the cell from its enviroment; conrols movement of the substance into and out of the cell
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Special plastid that is the site of photosynthesis, which converts light energy into orgnic compounds; plant cells have them, but animal cells do not
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Provides structure for the cell; neccessary for movement and reproduction
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Transform energy stored in glucose to usable cellular energy
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The site in the nucleus where ribosomes are partially assembled
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Stores DNA; produces RNA
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Synthesizes protiens
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Synthesizes protiens and lipids and transports materials within the cell