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Fluid Mosaic Model
"Fluid" - Phospholipid molecules can move relative to one another, giving the membrane a flexible structure that can change shape. "Mosaic"- Proteins embedded in phospholipid bilayer vary in shape and size.
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Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
1. Provides a large surface area for the synthesis of proteins and glycoproteins 2. Provides a pathway for the transport of materials throughout the cell
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Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
1. Synthesise, store and transport lipids 2. Synthesise, store and transport carbohydrates
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Lysosomes
Break down materials ingested by phagocytic cells, release enzymes to the outside of the cell in order to detsroy surrounding material, to digest worn-out organelles and to to completely break down cells after they have died.
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Golgi Apparatus
Adds carbohydrates to proteins to form glycoproteins, produces secretory enzymes, secretes carbohydrates, transports, modifies and stores lipids, and forms lysosomes.
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Ribosomes
80S type (found in eukaryotic cells) and 70S type (found in prokaryotic cells) - contain ribosomal RNA and protein. They are important in protein synthesis
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1. Provides a large surface area for the synthesis of proteins and glycoproteins 2. Provides a pathway for the transport of materials throughout the cell

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Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum

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1. Synthesise, store and transport lipids 2. Synthesise, store and transport carbohydrates

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Break down materials ingested by phagocytic cells, release enzymes to the outside of the cell in order to detsroy surrounding material, to digest worn-out organelles and to to completely break down cells after they have died.

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Adds carbohydrates to proteins to form glycoproteins, produces secretory enzymes, secretes carbohydrates, transports, modifies and stores lipids, and forms lysosomes.

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