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Unformatted text preview: 1). Cell wall a). Rigid, porous b). Composed of chitin c). Responsible for shape of cell Protection 2). Cell membrane a). Semipermeable membrane b). Composed of bilayer of phospholipids c). Controls absorption of nutrients, elimination of wastes 3). Cytoplasm a). Filling of cell b). Suspension medium c). 80% H 2 O + 20% soluble substances 4). Nucleus a). Nuclear membrane b). DNA - chromosomes c). Nucleolus - site of r-RNA synthesis d). Controls metabolism, reproduction 5). Mitochondria a). Outer membrane; inner folded membrane b). Site of ATP synthesis 6). Endoplasmic reticulum a). Membranes that lie parallel to each other forming channels b). Ribosomes attached to surface - sites of protein synthesis 7). Vacuoles - food, storage, digestion 8). Inclusion (Nutrient, Storage) granules - stored nutrients 9). Septum – cross wall between individual cells 10).Pore – opening in septum; allows cytoplasmic streaming...
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2012 for the course MCB MCB2010 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '09 term at Broward College.
- Fall '09