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Unformatted text preview: ii. Rough ER (RER) a) ribosomes attached to outer surface b) proteins produced in ribosomes travel through a pore into ER lumen iii. Smooth ER (SER) a) no ribosomes attached to outer surface b) lipid systems + metabolism D. golgi complex i. stacks of membranous sacks (cisternae) E. lysosomes i. sacs of powerful hydrolytic enzymes ii. human diseases: rheumatoid arthritis, Tay-Sachs F. vacuoles i. membrane-bound, fluid-filled sacs V. Energy Converting Organelles A. membrane-bound B. convert chemical and light energy into a usable form ATP C. 2 types: mitochondria (animal cells) and chloroplasts (plant cells) VI. Cytoskeleton A. function i. holds organelles in place ii. maintain and change cell shape iii. motility Tejas Patel Lecture 1-2 Outline 9/14/11 B. 3 types of filaments/fibers: microfilaments, intermediate filaments, microtubules (actin)...
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