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Cell Organelles

Everything in 3.2

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What are eukaryotes? Cells with a nucleus
What is a ctyoskeleton? A network of proteins constantly adapting to the cells needs
What are microtubles? Long hollow tubes
What do intermediate filaments do? Give the cell strength
What do microfilaments do? Help muscle control and relax
What's the difference between plant and animal cells? Chloroplasts, central vacuole, and cell walls are unique to plant cells, whereas centrioles and lysosomes are unique to animal cells
What is cytoplasm? The jelly like substance that fills up empty space in the cells
What is cytosol? The liquid portion of cytoplasm
What is the nucleus? The brain of the cell, it is also responsible for holding genetic material
What does the ER do and what is it composed of? The ER has ribosomes on it that help make protein and lipids, it is composed of a smooth and rough part
What are ribosomes? The cook of the cell
What does the golgi apparatus do? The golgi apparatus packages and changes protein
What do vesicles do? Isolate and transport specific molecules
What is the mitochondria? The powerhouse of a cell
What are vacuoles? Storage units for cells
What are lysosomes? Membrane bound organelles with digestive enzymes
What do centrioles and centrosomes do? They are responsible for cell division
What do cell walls do? Give structure, support, shape, and protection for cells
What are chloroplasts? Organelles that carry out photosynthesis
Created by: coloncm1