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Outer boundary of a cell which encloses it and seperates it from the cells interior. It also regulates substances entering and leaving cells like gases.
Cell Membrane
Part of a cell membrane which:
Encloses and seperates it from the celll interior
Cytoplasm
Structures suspended in a system of microscopic fibers.
Cytoskeleton
Cellular structures on which proteins are made.
Ribosomes
Bacterial cells which surrond and provide structure and support of a cell membrane.
Cell Wall
Long, threadlike structures that protrude from the cells surface and enable movement.
flagella
cell made (w/):
-1.5 bill y. ago
- internal compartmnet
-HAS nucleus
eukaryote
internal compartment that houses cells dna
nucleus
structure that carries out specific activites in a cell.
organelle
short hairlike structures whcih protrude surface of eukaryotic cells.
cilia
lipid made of a phosphate grp. and two fatty acids
phospholipid
phospholipid in 2x layer in cell membrane
lipid BIlayer
an extensive system of internal membranes that move proteins and other substances throughout a cell
Endoplasmic Reticulumm (ER)
small membrane bound sac which transports substances throughout cells.
vesicle
serves as packaging and distributing of a cell
Golgi Apparatus
small spherical organelles that contain digestive enzymes.
lysosomes
organelle which harvests energy from organic compunds to make ATP, the main energy currency of cells
Mitochondria
organelles that use light energy to make carbs. from C02 and H20.
chloroplasts
stores water, energy, and contains many substances like ions
central vacoule