Exercise 3

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dorian
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Exercise 3
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2011-01-22 15:31:06
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Cellular Structures
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Identify different cellular stuctures
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  1. Mediates entrance and exit of substances into and out of the cell
    Plasma Membrane
  2. Folds of the plasma membrane that increase its surface area
    Microvilli
  3. Area of the cell that includes the cytosol and organelles
    Cytoplasm
  4. Fluid portion of cytoplasm that surrounds organelles
    Cytosol
  5. Contains the cell's hereditary information in genes; directs cellular activities
    Nucleus
  6. Assembly site for ribosomes
    Nucleolus
  7. Long thin strands within nucleus. Each strand composed of one DNA molecule and associated proteins.
    Chromatin
  8. Needed to from cilia and flagella; active in mitosis and meiosis
    Centrioles
  9. Makes ATP via aerobic cellular respiration
    Mitochondria
  10. Phospholipid and carbohydrate synthesis; detoxifies toxic substances
    Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
  11. Protein synthesis site
    Ribosomes
  12. Processes secretory proteins that are made on the ribosomes
    Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
  13. Membranous sacs; stores, alters and packages cellular exports
    Golgi Complex
  14. Digests worn-out organelles and substances that enter the cell
    Lysosomes
  15. Three kinds of protein filaments; maintain cell shape and movement
    Cytoskeleton
  16. Move fluids particles along a cell surface or move a one-celled organism
    Cilia
  17. Longer than cilia; move cell. In humans, only found on sperm cells
    Flagella

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