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Amanda SPN

Cell Structure Chapter 3

TermDefinition
Cell Membrane contains the cellular contents;selects what enters and leaves the cell
CILIA HAIRLIKE PROJECTIONS THAT MOVE SUBSTANCES ACROSS SURFACE SURFACE OF MEMBRANE
FLAGELIA SINGLE LONG HAIR FOR SWIMMING MOVEMENT OF THE SPERM
MICROVILLI ACCORDION-LIKE FOLDS IN THE MEMBRANE; INCREASE TRANSPORT OF WATER AND DISSOLVED SOLUTE
NUCLEUS CONTROL CENTER OF THE CELL; STORES GENETIC INFORMATION
CHROMATIN THREADLIKE STRUCTURE IN THE NON-DIVIDING CELL THAT CONTAIN DNA. CHROMATIN TREADS FROM CHROMOSOMES IN A DIVIDING CELL
NUCLEULUS SYNTHESIZES RNA AND RIBOSOMES
NUCLEUOPLASM GEL IN THE NECLEUS
NUCLEAR MEMBRANE SEPARATES THE NUCLEOPLASM FROM THE CYTOPLASM
CYSTOPLASM GEL LOCATED INSIDE THE CELL BUT OUTSIDE THE NUCLEUS
CYTOSOL MEDIUM COMPOSED OF WATER AND DISSOLVED SOLUTE;ORGANELLES SUSPENDED IN THE CYTOSOL
ORGANELLES TINY ORGANS SUSPENDED IN THE CYTOSOL
MITOCHONDRIA SITE OF ATP PRODUCTION; POWER PLANTS OF THE CELL
ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM (ER) FORMS MEMBRANOUS CHANNELS FOR THE FLOW OF CELLULAR SUBSTANCES
ROUGH ER CONTAINS RIBOSOMES WHERE PROTEIN IS SYNTHESIZED
SMOOTH ER SITE OF LIPID AND STEROID SYNTHESIS; SYNTHESIS OF GLYCOGEN IN LIVER AND SKELETAL MUSCLE
GOLGI APPARATUS FINISHES AND PACKAGES PROTEIN FOR TRANSPORT
RIBOSOMES SITE OF PROTEIN SYNTHESIS
FREE RIBOSOMES TAT FLOAT WITHIN THE CYSTOSOL; MAKE PROTEIN USED WITHIN THE CELL
FIXED RIBOSOMES FIXED TO THE ER, MAKING IT APPEAR ROUGH; CONCERNED WITH THE SYNTHESIS OF PROTEIN THAT IS EXPORTED
LYSOSOMES INTRACELLULAR HOUSE CLEANING, PHAGOCYTOSIS, REMOVE DAMAGED ORGANELLES
CYTOSKELETON MICROFILAMENTS AND MICROTUBULES THAT PROVIDE FOR INTRACELLULAR SHAPE, SUPPORT, AND MOVEMENT
CENTRIOLES PAIRED SHORT, ROD-SHAPED MICROTUBULES THAT FORM SPINDLES AND HELP SEPARATE THE CHROMOSOMES DURING MITOSIS, THE CYTOPLASM SURROUNDING CENTRIOLES IS CALLED THE CENTROSOME.
INCLUSION BODIES TEMPORARY INSOLUBLE MATERIAL SUCH AS GLYCERIN GRANULES AND PIGMENTS SUCH AS MELANIN
Created by: nadeira66