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cell structure

its function

ribosomes site of protein synthesis
rough endoplasmic reticulum processes and transports proteins made at ribosomes ; sythesizes phospholipids
smooth endoplasmic reticulum lipid and steroid sythesis;detoxifies toxic substances(drugs)
golgi complex receives and modifies proteins from RER; sorts and transports them
secretory vesicles secretes substances outside the body
lysosomes enzymes digest and recycle worn out organelles and substances entering the cell; can digest the cell
peroxisomes produces hydrogen peroxide and detoxifies harmful substances
cytoskelton structural framework of the cell
microfiliments support and generate cellular movement
microtubles cell shape; movement of organelles
Created by: ampamp12000