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CHAPTER THREE CELLS

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Tiny parts, or units: Basic unit of structure and function of all living things. cells
The most important organelle within the cell. Nucleus
DNA and protein are arranged in a loose and diffuse state Chromatin
Rodlike structures: 46 for the human being Chromosomes
Crisscrossing the cellular cytoplasm in a fine network of tubular structures endoplasmic reticulum
Membranous sacs that contain oxidase enzymes perioxisomes
Internal framework of the cell which consista of microtubules Cytoskeleton
This forms when the cell membrane folds inward to create a pocket. pinocytic vesicles
Process involves reproduction meiosis
Process involves growth or maintenance of cells in the human body mitosis
Edges of the pocket pinch away from the cell membrane, forming a bubble or vacuole
Created by: karlapitts2013