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Organelle where aerobic cellular resperation occurs.
Mitochondria
Vacuoles that bud off Golgi bodies and are filled with hydrolyic enzymes (fuction to digest micromolecules)
Lysosomes
Organelle that contains the genetic material of the cell.
Nucleus
Site of protien synthesis in the cell (specific)
Ribosomes
Oraganelle found in plant cells that is involved in converting light energy into chemical energy.
Chloroplasts
Network of fibers moving through the cytoplasm.
Cytoskeleton
Region of the nucleus where ribosomal subunits are synthesized.
Nucleolus
Network of tubules/sacs to which rybosomes are attached.
RER
Network of tubules/sacs in which phospolipids, fatty acids, and sterols are attached.
SER
Structure found in plant, fungi, some protists, and in prokaryotic cells but not in amimal, structure supports and protects the cell.
Cell Wall
Site of RNA synthesis.
Nucleus
Structure present in plant cell that has multiple fuctions, including storage of water, organic comp., and inorganic ions, storage of wastes, support of plant cell plus aids in growth.
Central Vacuole
Has two membranes, pores in membrane
Nuclear Envelope
Provides support (fiborous intermediate sized filaments)
Nuclear Lamina
Region in nucleus, site where rybosomal subunits are synthesized (50 protiens + rRNA)
Nucleolus