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Parts of cells

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seperating two of the body's major fluid compartments plasma membrane
cellular region between the nuclear and plasma membranes; consists of fluid cytosol cytoplasm
stack of smooth membranes; package and ship Golgi
produce digestive enzymes; break things down Lysosomes
produce ATP; power house of cell; have there own DNA Mitochondria
cell divisions, involved in production; organize microtubules (give shape) Centrioles
move in unison, allow movement over area Cilia
propells the cell Flagella
more flexible; involved in muscle contraction & other movement Microfilaments
control center of cell; largest part of cell; contains heredity Nucleus
found in nucleus; double helix Chromatin (DNA)
makes ribosomes Nucleolus
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most important enzyme, detoxify a number of toxic substances peroxisomes
resist mechanical forces acting on the cell intermediate filaments
form the bases of cilia and flagella centrioles
site of protein synthesis Ribosomes
has ribosomes; protein synthesis Rough ER
carbohydrate and lipid synthesis; has no ribosomes Smooth ER
storage for nutrients, wastes, and cell products Inclusion
separates the nucleoplasm from the cytoplasm and regulates passe of substances to and from the nuclues nuclear envelope
site of ribosome subunit manufacture nucleoli
DNA constitutes the genes Chromatin
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