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Cell and Function

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Nucleus DNA, genetic material
Nucleolus ribosome synthesis
Rough endoplasmic reticulum protein sythesis,
Golgi Apparatus sort proteins, modify and enclose protein in a sac
Lysosome protein sac contains digestive enzymes
Peroxisome sac w/enzymes detoxifies harmful material sucha as hydrogenperoxide
Free Ribosomes synthesize proteins that stay in cell Ex:microtubules, microfiliaments
Mitochondria make ATP, cell respiration
Smooth Endoplamic Reticulum sythesizes lipids, detoxifies harmful chemicals
Cytoplasm plasma membrane to nuclear membrane, contains organelles, cytoskeleton
Microtubules movement
Centriole bundles of microtubules, movement of chromosomes during mitosis
Diffusion high to low;small , nonpolar, no charge
facilitated diffusion movement from high to low of large, polar, or charged substances such as sodium
osmosis diffusion of water
Filtration movement of substancesof high hrydrostatic pressure to low hydrostatic pessure
Dialysis seperation of small particles from large small leaves
Active transport low concentration to high concentration, ATP or energy is used
Endocytosis something large brought in cell
Phagocytosis cell eating
pinocytosis cell drinking
exocytosis enclosed in vesicle ,pulled out to plasma membrane and release contents
Created by: rjc77