Biology definitions

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The division of the cell, following nuclear division, to form two new cells.
Cytokinesis
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the network of protein fibres and microtubles found within the cell that gives structure to the cell and is responsible for the movement of many materials within it.
cytoskeleton
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the process of taking materials into a cell by surrounding them with part of the plasma membrane, which then pinches off to form a vesicle inside the cell. this is an active process requiring ATP.
endocytosis
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the process of removing materials from the cell by fusing vesicles containing the material with the plasma mambrane (cell surface membrane)
exocytosis
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cells that have a nucleus inside a nuclear envelope, and other membrane-bound organelles
eukaryotic cell
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a lipid with carbohydrate molecules attached
glycolipid
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the network of protein fibres and microtubles found within the cell that gives structure to the cell and is responsible for the movement of many materials within it.

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cytoskeleton

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the process of taking materials into a cell by surrounding them with part of the plasma membrane, which then pinches off to form a vesicle inside the cell. this is an active process requiring ATP.

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the process of removing materials from the cell by fusing vesicles containing the material with the plasma mambrane (cell surface membrane)

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cells that have a nucleus inside a nuclear envelope, and other membrane-bound organelles

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