BIS 104 cell components spring 2010

BIS 104 cell components spring 2010 - Lysosomes [ 8.33 ]...

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Major Components of the Eukaryotic Cell A. Nucleus [ 12.1 ] Chromatin (heterochromatin; euchromatin) [ 12.13 ] Nucleoli (NO ) [ 12.1 ] Nuclear lamins [12.3 ] Enzymes; regulatory proteins; RNA transcripts Nuclear membrane [ 12.2 ] Nuclear pore complex (NPC) [ 12.4, 5, 6 ] B. Endomembrane system Endoplasmic reticulum (ER ) [8.8 ] Rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER) [ 8.9 ] Smooth endoplasmic reticulum (SER) [ 8.10 ] Endoplasmic Reticulum Golgi Intermediate Compartment (ERGIC) [ 8.23 ] Golgi apparatus [ 8.20, 21 ] Cis – Golgi network (CGN) Medial - (MGN) Trans - (TGN) Transport vesicles [ 8.24 ] C. Membrane bound organelles
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Unformatted text preview: Lysosomes [ 8.33 ] endosomes vacuoles (plants) [ 8.36 ] peroxisomes [ 5.31 ] mitochondria [ 5.2, 3 ] chloroplasts (plants) [ 6.3, 4 ] D. Non-membranous organelles Proteasomes [ 12.58 ] Cytoskeleton [ 9.1, 8, 40, 43, 44, 45 ] microtubules (MTs); microfilaments (MFs); intermediate filaments (IFs) Microtubule organizing centers (MTOCs) [ 9.18 ] Centrioles Pericentriolar material Basal bodies Cilia (motile; primary) [ 9.30, 32 ] E. Cytosol (ectoplasm; endoplasm) [ 1.11 ] F. Plasma membrane [ 4.1, 4 ] cell wall (plants) [ 7.36 ] G. Extra-cellular matrix (ECM) [ 7.1, 2, 5 ]...
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