Cells post Winter 2009

Cells post Winter 2009 - of Damaged Cells! Mitochondrion x...

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Cell sizes ! Red Blood Cells in Blood Vessel Basic Cell Components : Cell Components of Eukarotic Cells are Called “Organelles” Nucleus x Only Found in Eukaryotic Cells ! x Function : Houses and Localizes the Chromosomes. Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum x Function : Formation and Modification of Proteins. x Has Ribosomes on the Surface Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum x Function : Lipid Synthesis x Lacks Ribosomes on the Surface
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Ribosome x Ribosomes are NOT Organelles. x Ribosomes Are One of The Few Structures That Occur in BOTH Eukaryotic Cells. x Function : Site of Protein Formation ! Lysosome x Function : Contain Potent Digestive Enzymes. x Involved in Programed Destruction
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Unformatted text preview: of Damaged Cells! Mitochondrion x Powerhouse of the Cell. x Function : Site of ATP Formation ! x Unique : They Have Their Own DNA ! x They Can Reproduce on Their Own. Plasma Membrane x Function : Outermost Membrane of the Cell Defining its Physical Dimension. x Composed of a Double Layer of Phospholipids. Special External Cellular Structures x Flagella (Flagellum) : Long Hairlike Structure : Used in Cellular Locomotion. Special External Cellular Structures x Cilia (Cilium) : Short, Dense, Hairlike Structures : Used for Propulsion or to Create Currents....
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