Unit 3

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Cell Membrane
Surrounds the cell
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Cytoplasm
Thick fluid that fills cells, suspends structures
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Organelles
Structures in the cytoplasm
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Cytosol
Liquid part of the cytoplasm
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Cytoskeleton
Internal scaffolding of protein fibres within the cytoplasm
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Inclusions
Chemical substances occurring in the cytoplasm
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Gogli Body
Modifies proteins and packages them in vesicles for secretion
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Mitochondria
Double membrane - outer is smooth, inner is folded for increased surface area for chemical reactions to take place. Releases energy through respiration
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Nucleus
Brain of the cell
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Nucleolus
Composed of RNA
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Nucleoplasm
What the nucleus and nucleolus are suspended in.
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Nuclear pores
Holes in the nuclear membrane
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Lysosomes
Contain enzymes
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Centrioles
Reproduction of the cell
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Endoplasmic Reticulum
Provides surface area for chemical reactions to take place
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Ribosomes
Where amino acids join together at the ribosomes to make proteins
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Cilia
Fine hairs like projections that move cells or move substances over the surface of a cell
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Flagella
Long singular hair like projections
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Micrometers
The measurement of cells
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Microtubules
Hollow rods that keep organelles in place or more them around the cell
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Microfilaments
Move materials around the cytoplasm, or move the whole cell
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Thick fluid that fills cells, suspends structures

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Cytoplasm

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Structures in the cytoplasm

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Liquid part of the cytoplasm

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Internal scaffolding of protein fibres within the cytoplasm

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