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Friendly Bio. Ch 8

Vocabulary Terminology for Chapter 8 in Friendly Biology

Question or TermAnswer or Definition
Golgi Body's function is packaging products made by the cell for export from the cell
Once the golgi has packaged the product and it is ready to export, a portion breaks off and is free to move to the periphery of the cell is known as a Vesicle
Vacuole's function is primarily storage, but in some cases locomotion
Endoplasmic reticulum's (ER) function is a cell's transportation system and the folding of proteins
There are two types of ER and they are smooth and rough
ER is rough when Ribosomes are present
Ribosome's function is to build proteins from available amino acids (remember, building proteins is done by enzymes)
There are four degrees of folding proteins and they are primary, secondary, tertiary, quaternary
Protein function is dependent on how it is folded
Sarcoplasmic reticulum's function is important in the regulation of calcium and is located in the muscle cells
Microtubules function is microscopic skeleton system of cells which provides strength and support and can enable movement.
endo within
plasmic jelly like substance
Centrioles are made of microtubules and are important at times of cell division or mitosis
Chloroplasts are organelles found in green plants which are capable of the process of photosynthesis
The raw materials needed for photosynthesis are carbon dioxide, water, and energy from the sun
the product of photosynthesis that has the chemical formula of C6H12O6 is known as Glucose
chloro green
photo light
photosynthesis process where carbon dioxide, water, and energy from the sun are converted into glucose
Waste product of photosynthesis oxygen
Waste product of cellular respiration carbon dioxide
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