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cell parts

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Nucleus information storage ( DNA ) and transmission, Ribosome subunit assembly, and structural support
Ribosomes Protein synthesis
rough ER protein synthesis and processing
smooth ER lipid synthesis and processing
Golgi Apparatus protein, lipid, and carbohydrate processing
Lysosomes Digestion and recycling
Vacuoles coloration, storage of oils, carbohydrates, water, or toxins
peroxisomes oxidation of fatty acids, ethanol, or other compounds
Mitochondria ATP production
Chloroplast Production of sugars via photosynthesis
Cytoskeleton Structural support; movement of materials; in some species, movement of whole cell
plasma membrane selective permeability- maintains intracellular environment
cell wall protection, structural support
flagella a long, helical filament that propels cells through water
Fimbriae needlelike projections that extend from the plasma membrane and promote attachment to other cells or surfaces
organelles a specialized subunit within a cell that has a specific function
nucleolus where the RNA are manufactured and the large and small ribosomal subunits are assembled
cell theory 1. all living things are made of cells 2. cells are the basic unit of life 3. new cells come from pre-existing cells
Hetertrophs can't make their own food
auto can make their own food
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