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CELL ANATOMY

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HIGHLY ORGANIZED SUBCELLULAR LIVING SYSTEM ORGANELLES
NONLIVING STRUCTURES WITHIN CYTOPLASM INCLUSION BODIES
THREADLIKE GRANULES DISPERSED THROUGHOUT NUCLEUS CHROMATIN
FINGERLIKE FOLDS IN THE PLASMA MEMBRANE THAT ACT TO INCREASE THE SURFACE AREA FOR ABSORPTION MICROVILLI
CONTROL CENTER FOR CELL, CHROMOSOMES FOUND WITHIN THIS STRUCTURE NUCLEUS
PROTEIN CHANNELS WITHIN THE PLASMA MEMBRANE THAT ALLOW CERTAIN SUBSTANCES TO ENTER THE CELL INTEGRAL PROTEINS
ARRANGED IN TWO LAYERS IN THE PLASMA MEMBRANE PHOSPHOLIPIDS
ASSEMBLY SITES FOR RIBOSOMAL PARTICLES-FOUND WITHIN THE NUCLEUS NUCLEOLI
GELATINOUS FLUID THAT CONTAINS ORGANELLES CYTOSOL
SITE OF PROTEIN SYNTHESIS RIBOSOMES
FOUND IN THE CYTOPLASM AND IS A TRANSPORT SYSTEM WITHIN THE CELL- CAN BE SMOOTH OR ROUGH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM
CONTRACTILE PROTEIN WITH ABILITY TO SHORTEN; FOUND WITHIN CYTOSOL MICROFILAMENTS
MEMBRANOUS SACS FOUND WITHIN THE CYTOPLASM CONTAINING OXIDASE ENZYMES PEROXISOMES
MANUFACTURES ENERGY FOR CELL USE MITOCHONDRIA
PROCESSES AND PACKAGES PROTEIN MOLECULES FOR EXPORT GOLGI APPRATUS
MEMBRANOUS STRUCTURE THAT CONTAINS POTENT DIGESTIVE ENZYMES LYSOSOMES
CELLULAR REPRODUCTIVE PROCESS THAT RESULTS IN TWO "DAUGHTER" CELLS THAT ARE EXACTLY LIKE THE CELL IT ORIGINATED FROM MITOSIS
ONE HALF THE CHROMOSOME NUMBER HAPLOID
Created by: JODY84
 

 



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