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Anatomy Ch. 3 Cells

Final review vocab

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cell inclusion material within the cell tht is not an organelle ex. glycogen
provide stuctural support for the cell; act as a highway microtubules
retains the internal structure of the cells; permits exportation and importation of materials cell membrane
the ground substance of the cell (not including the nucleus) cytoplasm
flattened membrane-lined sacs that bud off small vesicles for storage or export golgi complex
actin and myosin are examples of this structure necessary for support microfilament
material withing the cell that is not an organelle ex glycogen cell inclusion
membrane lined container of enzymes that can digest damaged cell parts lysosome
bundle of microtubules, seen paired and perpendicular to each other; give rise to the spindle fiber centriole
nuclear substance containing chromatin and RNA nucleoplasm
membrane-lined containes that can merge with one another or a membrane-lined structure, such as the cell membrane. Function as transport vesicles. vacuoles
concerned with transport of protein synthesized at the ribosomes rough ER
synthesizes steroids in some cell, stores calcium ions, breaks down toxins in the liver smooth ER
oblong structure responsible for energy porduction mitochondrian
the site of protein synthesis where amino acids are strung in sequence as directed by the mRNA from the nucleus ribosome
a mass of largely RNA, it forms rRNA that then goes to the cytoplasm nucleolus
a bilipid layer that contains pores through which molecules such as mRNA may pass nuclear membrane
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