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Cell Structure- Atlas of the Human Body (Vigue-Martin)

A spherical corpuscle located in the center of the cytoplasm. It contains all of the genetic material of the cell, including the inherited codes which play an important role in reproduction, growth and cellular metabolism. Nucleus
A double layer that covers the nucleus and separates it from the cytoplasm. It's porous structure allows constant communication between both. Nuclear membrane
A fluid contained in the nuclear membrane in which the internal nuclear structures float. Nucleoplasm
Formed by membranes arranged in tubular forms in the interior of the cytoplasm, its function is the synthesis of proteins, glycoproteins and lipids. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
A corpuscle that contains enzymes and is involved in cellular metabolism through the oxidation process. Peroxisome
Golgi apparatus
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