Medical Terminology Chapter 18
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network of channels throughout the cytoplasm that transports materials. The site of protein, fat, and glycogen production
curved, stacked membranes that process and store proteins until they are released by the cell.
small sacs that contain powerful digestive enzymes to destroy a bacterium or virus that invades the cell. When a cell dies their enzymes slowly dissolve the cell.
ribonucleic acid duplicates the information contained in a gene and carries it to the ribosome where it is used to assemble amino acids to make a protein molecule.
capsule-shaped structures with sectioned chambers that produce and store ATP, a high-energy molecule obtained from the metabolism of glucose.
granular structures in the cytoplasm and the endoplasmic reticulum. Contain RNA and proteins and are the site where proteins are produced
prevent excessive cell division
programmed cell death
mutated genes in the RNA of a virus
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