Cell Structure (Part 2)

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1. What are the flagella and cillia?

  • hair like extensions projecting from the cell surface, move using atp for movement
  • Phospholipid Bilayer, controls exit and entry of substances into the cell
  • Small tubes of protein fibres next to the nucleus, forms spindle that moves chomatids in cell division
  • Two membranes with thykaloids, site of photosynthesis
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2. What are Chloroplasts?

  • hair like extensions projecting from the cell surface, move using atp for movement
  • Two membranes with thykaloids, site of photosynthesis
  • Small tubes of protein fibres next to the nucleus, forms spindle that moves chomatids in cell division
  • Phospholipid Bilayer, controls exit and entry of substances into the cell

3. Which of these is not a function of the cytoskeleton?

  • Transporting materials within the cell as a 'Track' for ATP carrier proteins
  • Provide ATP to move organelles around
  • Supporting organelles
  • Keep the cell's stable shape

4. What are the Centrioles

  • Phospholipid Bilayer, controls exit and entry of substances into the cell
  • Two membranes with thykaloids, site of photosynthesis
  • Small tubes of protein fibres next to the nucleus, forms spindle that moves chomatids in cell division
  • hair like extensions projecting from the cell surface, move using atp for movement

5. What is the Plasma Cell membrane?

  • Two membranes with thykaloids, site of photosynthesis
  • hair like extensions projecting from the cell surface, move using atp for movement
  • Phospholipid Bilayer, controls exit and entry of substances into the cell
  • Small tubes of protein fibres next to the nucleus, forms spindle that moves chomatids in cell division

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