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What organelles and structures are associated in cell division?
nuclues, chromosomes, centrioles, microtubles, microfilaments
RNA synthesis,
nu
ch
ce
mi
What organelles and structures are associated in information storage and transferal?
nuclues, chromosomes,
DNA-->mRNA-->ribosomes-->enzymes and other proteins
Nu
ch
What organelles and structures are associated in energy conversions?
mitochondria
ATP
What organelles and structures are associated in manufacture of membranes and products?
ribosomes, rough and smooth ER, golgi apparatus, vesicles
r
e
g
v
What organelles and structures are associated in lipid synthesis, drug detoxification.
Smooth ER (also peroxisomes)
sm
pe
What organelles and structures are associated in digestion, recycling?
lysosomes, food vacuoles
ly
fo
What organelles and structures are associated in conversion of H202 to water?
peroxisomes
pe
What organelles and structures are associated in structural integrity?
cytoskeleton; microtubles, microfilaments, intermediate filaments, extracellular maxtrix
cy
mi
cr
tu
fi
in
fi
ex
ma
What organelles and structures are associated in movement?
cilia and flagella
What organelles and structures are associated in exchange with environment?
plasma membrane, vesicles
pm,ve
What organelles and structures are associated in cell to cell connections?
desmosomes, tight and gap junctions, ECM (extracellular matrix)
desmo
jun
em
What is/are the function/s of a cell wall?
structural support
What is/are the function/s of a central vacuole?
storage, waste
protection, growth
What is/are the function/s of a chloroplast?
photosynthesis
production of carbohydrates
What is/are the function/s of a amyloplast?
starch storage
st st
What is PLASMODESMASTA?



cytoplasmic connections between cells