MCDB 1A Vocab

MCDB 1A Vocab - nuclear lamina underlies nuclear envelope,...

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nuclear lamina underlies nuclear envelope, made of protein (intermediate filaments) chromatin combination of DNA and proteins. before cell division, chromatin aggregates to form chromosomes. ribosomes site of protein sythesis. locations: free in cytoplasm, attached to endoplasmic reticulum, inside mitochondria, inside chloroplasts. pili project from the surfaces of some groups of bacteria. shorter than flagella, these hairlike structures help backteria adhere to one another and to animal cells for protection and food. mitochondrion a power plant and industrial park, where energy stored in the bonds of carbohydrates and fatty acids is converted into a form more useful to the cell (ATP) 2 membranes. outer - protective. inner - contains proteins that contribute to cellular respiration. inner - where cellular respiration takes place - controls input and output smooth ER within lumen of smooth ER, some proteins synthesized on RER are chemically modified. also: chemically modifies small molecules. site for hydrolysis of
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