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Cellsgraciefortner

TermDefinition
Cell membrane the cell membrane is a thin, flexible outer layer that holds the cell together and controls which materials can enter and leave the cell
Cell wall a protective layer that surrounds the cell membrane of the plant cell. The cell wall is made of tough carbohydrate called celluose
Cytoplasm the fluid that fills most the space in a cell
Golgi apparatus aids in modification packaging and distribution of proteins that are made in the cell
Mitochondria releases chemical energy stored in glucose its like the power plant
Microtubules are fibrous, hollow rods, that function primarily to help support and shape the cell. They also function as routes along which organelles ...
Nucleoplasm Nucleoplasm is the fluid found inside the nucleus of eukaryotic cells made up of water and other dissolved substances.
Nucleus large structure inside the cell the cell that controls many functions in the cell.
Ribosomes are the cell structure that makes the proteins
Rough Endoplasmic The endoplasmic reticulum is a network of tubules and flattened sacs that serve a variety of functions in the cell. rough ER is a series of flattened sacs.
Smooth Endoplasmic smooth ER because it lacks attached ribosomes. Typically, the smooth ER is a tubule network
Vacuole srore materials inside the cell. Store water salts proteins aand crbohydrates
lysosomes Lysosomes are membranous sacs of enzymes. These enzymes are typically hydrolytic and can digest cellular macromolecules.
Heterozygous Means different
Homozygous The same
Lymphatic System with has all the the vessels and vein
Female reproductive Secretion of sexy hormones
Urinaryn Balance of body fluids
Integumentary Skin vessels receptors immune system skeletal articulate
Skeletal Bones and structure
Created by: graciefort on 2013-09-09



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