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Cellular component s


What are cells? the basic structural units that make up living organisms
What are the three basic parts of a cell? cellular (unit) membranes, cytoplasm, and a nucleus.
What is the cellular membrane a semi-permeable outer barrier separating the cellular components from their surrounding environment.
What is the function of the nucleus of a cell? It is the control center of the cell, and is responsible for the chemical reactions within the cell and the cell’s reproductive process.
What is the nucleus largely composed of? The nucleus is made up largely of DNA
What three components make up the nucleus? the chromatin, the nuclear envelope, and the nucleoli
. What makes up the cytoplasm of a cell and what is its function? Cytoplasm consists of a homogenous continuous aqueous solution called cytosol. It is the environment in which the organelles join and function.
. What are lysosomes and what is their function in a cell? Lysosomes are membranous sacs that contain hydrolytic enzymes, and are involved in the cell’s intracellular digestive process. The membrane keeps the enzymes from digesting (attacking) the other components of the cell. The enzymes become active during the
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