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Unformatted text preview: Test will be 51 multiple choice Scantron sheets will be provided Bring pid, picture id Manly from the notes REALLY hard! Endomembrane System Lots of parts working together Analogy- the membrane is like a moving sidewalk, a molecule in the membrane would go to from the nuclear envelope to the ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM, then a TRANSPORT VESICLE, then to the GOLGI BODY (the transport vesicle will fuse with the golgi body), MEMBRANE defuses with the golgi body, may go to the LYSOSOME (not likely to be part of the cell membrane) Made for export will be made in the rough ER Only in a eukaryote ARE ALL ORGANELLES PART OF ENDOMEMBRANE SYSTEM? Prokaryotes do not have membrane-bound organelles!! Vesicle Central Vacuole- o fluid filled o amino acids, sugars, wastes o may expand to 50-90% of cell o help plant cells be strong and supportive by being filled with water and expanding. o Animal cells do NOT have central vacuoles Mitochondria o ATP-producing powerhouses o Double-membrane system o Animals have only mitochondria, plants have them AND chloroplasts...
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