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chapter 3 human pers

cells

TermDefinition
cell theory the principal that all living organisms are made up of cells and the materials produced by the cell.
cell membrane a membrane that forms the external boundary of a cell
cytoplasm contents of a cell, excluding the nucleus
organelles structures within the cytoplasm of a cell, each with specific functions
cytosol the liquid part of the cytoplasm of the cell
cytoskeleton an internal scaffolding of protein fibres within the cytoplasm of the cell.
inclusions chemical substances inside a cell in the form of granules or droplets.
nucleus a large organelle in a cell, contains DNA
nuclear membrane a membrane that separates the nucleus of a cell from the cytoplasm
nuclear pores gaps in the nuclear membrane in which messages pass through
DNA a molecule in the nucleus of a cell that determines the types of proteins that a cell can make
chromosomes one of the 46 rod like structures that appear in the nucleus of a human cell at the commencement of cell division
nucleolus a structure within a cells nucleus, involved in protein synthesis.
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