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Unformatted text preview: • Eukaryotes: Eukaryota • Animal Cell: o Lysosome: garbage can of the cell, take out older mitochondria and make interior of cell acidic o Nucleus: what contains the chromatin, double membrane Nucleolus- blob in middle of nucleus, ribosomes (make protein) made here • Can be different sizes depending on how much protein needs to be made Nuclear Pores: allow certain substances to get in and out Membrane is continues n into endoplasmic reticulum • ER with ribosomes= Rough ER • Without ribosomes= Smooth ER, makes lipids (makes membranes), stores calcium, detoxifies toxins Golgi Apparatus: “stack of pancakes”, vesicles form from rough ER through golgi to transport proteins, by the end protein is almost mature • Plant Cell: o Chloroplast: photosynthesis goes on here o Cytosol: some proteins made here...
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