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Ch 2 Cell:cytoplasm

structure and function

Cytoplasm Nonspecific term for all of the materials contained within the plasma membrane and surrounding the nucleus
Cystol The viscous fluid of the cytoplasm
Contents of the cystol High water content, dissolved solutes including; ions, nutrients, proteins, carbs, lipids, and other small molecules.
Purpose of proteins in cystol These are enzymes that act as catalysts in cellular reactions.
Purpose of Carbs & lipids in cystol Serve as energy source for the cell
Purpose of the smaller molecules in cystol These act as building blocks of large macormolecules.
Created by: baddkharma