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les bagages
luggage
le billet aller simple
1 way ticket
le billet aller et retour
round trip ticket
le bureau de location
reservations office
le compartiment
compartment
Endoplasmic Reticulum
An extensive system of membranes inside eukaryotic cells that direct molecular traffic
Nucleus
The largest organelle directs the cells activities and contains the cell’s genetic material
Golgi Apparatus
Packages, labels and distributes molecules made in the cell/ contains enzymes that act on proteins and lipids
Cytoskeleton
a network of protein fibers that supports the shape of the cell and anchors its organelles
Nuclear Pores
Shallow depressions, which contain proteins and permit certain molecules to pass into and out of the nucleus
Nuclear Envelope
Double lipid bilayer membrane that surrounds the nucleus
Plasma Membrane
Lipid bilayer membrane embedded with protein that surrounds the cell
Ribosomes
Made up of proteins and RNA these molecules sit on the ER and manufacture proteins that are later exported
Mitochondria
Organelles which release the stored energy in food. May have evolved from bacteria
Vesicles
Membrane enclosed sacs created by the ER found only in eukaryotic cells
Smooth ER
The endoplasmic reticulum where lipids are made/ numerous in brain cells
Lumen
Proteins and lipids that are being made for export pass into this compartment before moving on to the smooth ER
Rough ER
The endoplasmic reticulum that is covered with ribosomes
Central Vacuole
A large internal space found in plant cells/ stores water, nutrients or wastes/ Pressure from the water keeps plants from wilting
Chromosomes
Rod shaped structures in the nucleus composed of DNA and proteins
Actin Filaments
Provide the cell with mechanical support and give it shape. Moves things like organelles and molecules around within the cell
Intermediate Filaments
Provide the cell with mechanical support and give it shape. Forms a scaffolding for the cell
Peroxisomes
Small vesicles derived from smooth ER, which contain enzymes. They may convert fats to carbohydrates or form H2O2
Flagella
Long threadlike organelles protruding fro the cells surface. Composed of a circle of 9 microtubules surrounding two central microtubules
Microtubules
Hollow protein fibers which form centrioles or flagella or cilia
Cilia
Flagella that are shorter, numerous, and organized in tightly packed rows.
Centrioles
Structures made of microtubules which aid in moving chromosomes during cell division. Not found in plants or fungi.
Lysosomes
Vesicles that contain digestive enzymes to break down proteins, nucleic acids, lipids (fats), and carbohydrates. Recycle the cell’s used components
Chloroplasts
Perform photosynthesis, to make sugars from water, CO2, and energy from sunlight
Cell Wall
Rigid structure outside the plasma membrane made of cellulose or chitin
Cytosol
The fluid portion of the cytoplasm
Cytoplasm
Everything inside the cell membrane except the cell’s genetic material
Plastids
Chloroplasts, leucoplasts, and chromoplasts are examples. They are plant organelles containing pigments, starches or lipids
Nucleolus
Region within the nucleus that produces ribosomes
Endoplasmic Reticulum
An extensive system of membranes inside eukaryotic cells that direct molecular traffic
Nucleus
The largest organelle directs the cells activities and contains the cell’s genetic material
Golgi Apparatus
Packages, labels and distributes molecules made in the cell/ contains enzymes that act on proteins and lipids
Cytoskeleton
a network of protein fibers that supports the shape of the cell and anchors its organelles
Nuclear Pores
Shallow depressions, which contain proteins and permit certain molecules to pass into and out of the nucleus
Nuclear Envelope
Double lipid bilayer membrane that surrounds the nucleus
Plasma Membrane
Lipid bilayer membrane embedded with protein that surrounds the cell
Ribosomes
Made up of proteins and RNA these molecules sit on the ER and manufacture proteins that are later exported
Mitochondria
Organelles which release the stored energy in food. May have evolved from bacteria
Vesicles
Membrane enclosed sacs created by the ER found only in eukaryotic cells
Smooth ER
The endoplasmic reticulum where lipids are made/ numerous in brain cells
Lumen
Proteins and lipids that are being made for export pass into this compartment before moving on to the smooth ER
Rough ER
The endoplasmic reticulum that is covered with ribosomes
Central Vacuole
A large internal space found in plant cells/ stores water, nutrients or wastes/ Pressure from the water keeps plants from wilting
Chromosomes
Rod shaped structures in the nucleus composed of DNA and proteins
Actin Filaments
Provide the cell with mechanical support and give it shape. Moves things like organelles and molecules around within the cell
Intermediate Filaments
Provide the cell with mechanical support and give it shape. Forms a scaffolding for the cell
Peroxisomes
Small vesicles derived from smooth ER, which contain enzymes. They may convert fats to carbohydrates or form H2O2
Flagella
Long threadlike organelles protruding fro the cells surface. Composed of a circle of 9 microtubules surrounding two central microtubules
Microtubules
Hollow protein fibers which form centrioles or flagella or cilia
Cilia
Flagella that are shorter, numerous, and organized in tightly packed rows.
Centrioles
Structures made of microtubules which aid in moving chromosomes during cell division. Not found in plants or fungi.
Lysosomes
Vesicles that contain digestive enzymes to break down proteins, nucleic acids, lipids (fats), and carbohydrates. Recycle the cell’s used components
Chloroplasts
Perform photosynthesis, to make sugars from water, CO2, and energy from sunlight
Cell Wall
Rigid structure outside the plasma membrane made of cellulose or chitin
Cytosol
The fluid portion of the cytoplasm
Cytoplasm
Everything inside the cell membrane except the cell’s genetic material
Plastids
Chloroplasts, leucoplasts, and chromoplasts are examples. They are plant organelles containing pigments, starches or lipids
Nucleolus
Region within the nucleus that produces ribosomes
Endoplasmic Reticulum
An extensive system of membranes inside eukaryotic cells that direct molecular traffic
Nucleus
The largest organelle directs the cells activities and contains the cell’s genetic material
Golgi Apparatus
Packages, labels and distributes molecules made in the cell/ contains enzymes that act on proteins and lipids
Cytoskeleton
a network of protein fibers that supports the shape of the cell and anchors its organelles
Nuclear Pores
Shallow depressions, which contain proteins and permit certain molecules to pass into and out of the nucleus
Nuclear Envelope
Double lipid bilayer membrane that surrounds the nucleus
Plasma Membrane
Lipid bilayer membrane embedded with protein that surrounds the cell
Ribosomes
Made up of proteins and RNA these molecules sit on the ER and manufacture proteins that are later exported
Mitochondria
Organelles which release the stored energy in food. May have evolved from bacteria
Vesicles
Membrane enclosed sacs created by the ER found only in eukaryotic cells
Smooth ER
The endoplasmic reticulum where lipids are made/ numerous in brain cells
Lumen
Proteins and lipids that are being made for export pass into this compartment before moving on to the smooth ER
Rough ER
The endoplasmic reticulum that is covered with ribosomes
Central Vacuole
A large internal space found in plant cells/ stores water, nutrients or wastes/ Pressure from the water keeps plants from wilting
Chromosomes
Rod shaped structures in the nucleus composed of DNA and proteins
Actin Filaments
Provide the cell with mechanical support and give it shape. Moves things like organelles and molecules around within the cell
Intermediate Filaments
Provide the cell with mechanical support and give it shape. Forms a scaffolding for the cell
Peroxisomes
Small vesicles derived from smooth ER, which contain enzymes. They may convert fats to carbohydrates or form H2O2
Flagella
Long threadlike organelles protruding fro the cells surface. Composed of a circle of 9 microtubules surrounding two central microtubules
Microtubules
Hollow protein fibers which form centrioles or flagella or cilia
Cilia
Flagella that are shorter, numerous, and organized in tightly packed rows.
Centrioles
Structures made of microtubules which aid in moving chromosomes during cell division. Not found in plants or fungi.
Lysosomes
Vesicles that contain digestive enzymes to break down proteins, nucleic acids, lipids (fats), and carbohydrates. Recycle the cell’s used components
Chloroplasts
Perform photosynthesis, to make sugars from water, CO2, and energy from sunlight
Cell Wall
Rigid structure outside the plasma membrane made of cellulose or chitin
Cytosol
The fluid portion of the cytoplasm
Cytoplasm
Everything inside the cell membrane except the cell’s genetic material
Plastids
Chloroplasts, leucoplasts, and chromoplasts are examples. They are plant organelles containing pigments, starches or lipids
Nucleolus
Region within the nucleus that produces ribosomes
Endoplasmic Reticulum
An extensive system of membranes inside eukaryotic cells that direct molecular traffic
Nucleus
The largest organelle directs the cells activities and contains the cell’s genetic material
Golgi Apparatus
Packages, labels and distributes molecules made in the cell/ contains enzymes that act on proteins and lipids
Cytoskeleton
a network of protein fibers that supports the shape of the cell and anchors its organelles
Nuclear Pores
Shallow depressions, which contain proteins and permit certain molecules to pass into and out of the nucleus
Nuclear Envelope
Double lipid bilayer membrane that surrounds the nucleus
Plasma Membrane
Lipid bilayer membrane embedded with protein that surrounds the cell
Ribosomes
Made up of proteins and RNA these molecules sit on the ER and manufacture proteins that are later exported
Mitochondria
Organelles which release the stored energy in food. May have evolved from bacteria
Vesicles
Membrane enclosed sacs created by the ER found only in eukaryotic cells
Smooth ER
The endoplasmic reticulum where lipids are made/ numerous in brain cells
Lumen
Proteins and lipids that are being made for export pass into this compartment before moving on to the smooth ER
Rough ER
The endoplasmic reticulum that is covered with ribosomes
Central Vacuole
A large internal space found in plant cells/ stores water, nutrients or wastes/ Pressure from the water keeps plants from wilting
Chromosomes
Rod shaped structures in the nucleus composed of DNA and proteins
Actin Filaments
Provide the cell with mechanical support and give it shape. Moves things like organelles and molecules around within the cell
Intermediate Filaments
Provide the cell with mechanical support and give it shape. Forms a scaffolding for the cell
Peroxisomes
Small vesicles derived from smooth ER, which contain enzymes. They may convert fats to carbohydrates or form H2O2
Flagella
Long threadlike organelles protruding fro the cells surface. Composed of a circle of 9 microtubules surrounding two central microtubules
Microtubules
Hollow protein fibers which form centrioles or flagella or cilia
Cilia
Flagella that are shorter, numerous, and organized in tightly packed rows.
Centrioles
Structures made of microtubules which aid in moving chromosomes during cell division. Not found in plants or fungi.
Lysosomes
Vesicles that contain digestive enzymes to break down proteins, nucleic acids, lipids (fats), and carbohydrates. Recycle the cell’s used components
Chloroplasts
Perform photosynthesis, to make sugars from water, CO2, and energy from sunlight
Cell Wall
Rigid structure outside the plasma membrane made of cellulose or chitin
Cytosol
The fluid portion of the cytoplasm
Cytoplasm
Everything inside the cell membrane except the cell’s genetic material
Plastids
Chloroplasts, leucoplasts, and chromoplasts are examples. They are plant organelles containing pigments, starches or lipids
Nucleolus
Region within the nucleus that produces ribosomes
Endoplasmic Reticulum
An extensive system of membranes inside eukaryotic cells that direct molecular traffic
Nucleus
The largest organelle directs the cells activities and contains the cell’s genetic material
Golgi Apparatus
Packages, labels and distributes molecules made in the cell/ contains enzymes that act on proteins and lipids
Cytoskeleton
a network of protein fibers that supports the shape of the cell and anchors its organelles
Nuclear Pores
Shallow depressions, which contain proteins and permit certain molecules to pass into and out of the nucleus
Nuclear Envelope
Double lipid bilayer membrane that surrounds the nucleus
Plasma Membrane
Lipid bilayer membrane embedded with protein that surrounds the cell
Ribosomes
Made up of proteins and RNA these molecules sit on the ER and manufacture proteins that are later exported
Mitochondria
Organelles which release the stored energy in food. May have evolved from bacteria
Vesicles
Membrane enclosed sacs created by the ER found only in eukaryotic cells
Smooth ER
The endoplasmic reticulum where lipids are made/ numerous in brain cells
Lumen
Proteins and lipids that are being made for export pass into this compartment before moving on to the smooth ER
Rough ER
The endoplasmic reticulum that is covered with ribosomes
Central Vacuole
A large internal space found in plant cells/ stores water, nutrients or wastes/ Pressure from the water keeps plants from wilting
Chromosomes
Rod shaped structures in the nucleus composed of DNA and proteins
Actin Filaments
Provide the cell with mechanical support and give it shape. Moves things like organelles and molecules around within the cell
Intermediate Filaments
Provide the cell with mechanical support and give it shape. Forms a scaffolding for the cell
Peroxisomes
Small vesicles derived from smooth ER, which contain enzymes. They may convert fats to carbohydrates or form H2O2
Flagella
Long threadlike organelles protruding fro the cells surface. Composed of a circle of 9 microtubules surrounding two central microtubules
Microtubules
Hollow protein fibers which form centrioles or flagella or cilia
Cilia
Flagella that are shorter, numerous, and organized in tightly packed rows.
Centrioles
Structures made of microtubules which aid in moving chromosomes during cell division. Not found in plants or fungi.
Lysosomes
Vesicles that contain digestive enzymes to break down proteins, nucleic acids, lipids (fats), and carbohydrates. Recycle the cell’s used components
Chloroplasts
Perform photosynthesis, to make sugars from water, CO2, and energy from sunlight
Cell Wall
Rigid structure outside the plasma membrane made of cellulose or chitin
Cytosol
The fluid portion of the cytoplasm
Cytoplasm
Everything inside the cell membrane except the cell’s genetic material
Plastids
Chloroplasts, leucoplasts, and chromoplasts are examples. They are plant organelles containing pigments, starches or lipids
Nucleolus
Region within the nucleus that produces ribosomes