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system”; some lysosomes involved in membrane repair or secretion Tiny membranous bags containing enzymes Yes Proteasomes Destroys misfolded or otherwise abnormal proteins manufactured by the cell; a “quality control” mechanism for protein synthesis Hollow protein cylinders with embedded enzymes Yes Peroxisomes Enzymes detoxify harmful substances in the cell Tiny membranous bags containing enzymes Yes Cytoskeleton Supporting framework of the cell and its organelles; functions in cell movement (using molecular motors); forms cell extensions (microvilli, cilia, flagella) Network of interconnecting flexible filaments, stiff tubules, and molecular motors within the cell No Cell fibers support parts of the cell formerly thought to float free in the cytoplasm Three-dimensional, chaotic lattice, a kind of scaffolding in the cell No
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Chapter 5: Review Questions Centrosome Acts as the microtubule-organizing center (MTOC) of the cell; centrioles assist in forming and organizing microtubules Region of cytoskeleton that includes two cylindrical groupings of microtubules called centrioles No Centrioles Assist the cell when it divides during mitosis and meiosis Small set of microtubules arranged in a specific way; found in pairs; mitotic spindles attached No Cell extensions Cilia move substances over the cell surface or detect changes outside the cell; flagella propel sperm cells Moderate (cilia) to long (flagella) hairlike extensions of plasma membrane; supported internally by cylindrical formation of microtubules, sometimes with attached molecular motors No

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