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Cell Structure

Cytoplasm the fluid that fills a cell
Plasma membrane (Cell membrane) divides inside & outside of cell
Nuclear pores allows entry/exit from nucleus
Nuclear envelope holds nucleus together
Nucleus control center - genetic info is stored
Nucleolus produces RNA
Chromatid paired chromosomes
Chromatin long, stringy threadlike - not visible
Cytokinesis division of the cytoplasm
Chromatin forms in __ interphase
Cytosol gel like fluid
Cilia hairlike - moves product outside of cell
Microvilli small fingerlike projections - increase surface area of cell
Centrioles helps with celll division
Peroxisomes disposes & neutralizes harmful things
Golgi apparatus packaging center
Lysosomes breaks waste down
Ribsomes makes protein
Mitochondria powerhouse - produces energy
ATP is produced in ____ mitochondria
Rough ER proteins are made
Smooth ER lipids are made
Hydrophobic (tails) water fearing - lines up on membrane
Hydrophillic (head) water loving - attaches to water
___ make the ER rough ribosomes
The smooth ER can absorb & help: transport fat
___ helps more water in and out of ER proteins
Created by: Mariahj25