BIOLOGY - Cell Structure

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What is the function of the Mitochondria
The site of aerobic respiration, where ATP is produced.
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Site where proteins are made. Its made up of proteins.
Ribosomes
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Folds and processes protiens that have been made at the ribosomes.
The function of the RER
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What is the function of the Chloroplasts
The site where photosynthesis takes place. Some parts happen in the grana and other parts in the stroma.
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What is the function of the Lysosome
Contains digestive enzymes, that are used to digest invading cells or to break down worn out components of a cell.
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Synthesises and processes lipids
The function of the SER
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Processes and packages new lipids and protiens. It also makes lysosomes.
Golgi Apparatus
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What makes up the Cytoskeleton.
Microfilaments and Microtubules.
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Centriole
Involved in the seperation of chromosomes.
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What is the function of the Cilia
It moves due to microtubules ---> used by the cell to move substances.
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The Microtubules contract to make the flagellum move.
Flagellum.
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Vesicle
Transports substances in/out of the cell.
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What is Magnification?
How much bigger you can make an image.
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image size /object size
= Magnification
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Object size =
Magnification x Image size
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Name two stains that can be used with samples in light microscopy
Methylene Blue. Geima Stains
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