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Bacterial Organelles

This tells about the basic organelles of a basic eubacteria

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How many organelles are in a basic eubacteria? There is eight in total out of what i know: The pili and fimbrae, capsule, cell wall, cell membrane, a flagellum (or more), ribsomes, cytoplasm, and a nucleoid.
What is the purpose of the cell wall, membrane and capsule? Those all are an outer wall used to keep the inside organelles in, and enemies or dangerous things out of the cell.
What is a flagellum? Flagelle are thin, strong, microscopic fin-like tails; they enable the bacteria move.
What is a ribsome? Ribsomes are tiny, grain-like organelles that create proteins. Cells need protien to survive.
What are pili and fimbrae? Pili and fimbrae are like little 'feelers' and they are also 'bridges' used to transfer genetic material.
What is cytoplasm? Cytoplasm is a jelly-like fluid made of mostly water and special materials.
What is a nucleoid? The nucleoid is the control center of a bacterial cell; it is not enclosed with a membrane, instead, the DNA clumps together in a central area of the cell.
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