Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Review: Animal Cell Structure and Function

Part A
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The nucleus contains most of a cell's DNA.
Part B
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Mitochondria convert the chemical energy of organic molecules to chemical energy in the form of ATP.
Part C
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This is the nuclear envelope.
Part D
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Chromatin is composed of DNA and protein.
Part E
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Ribosomes are manufactured by the nucleolus.
Part F
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Ribosomes are the site of protein synthesis.
Part G
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As membrane proteins grow from ribosomes on rough ER, the proteins are embedded into the rough ER membrane.
Part H
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The plasma membrane regulates the passage of material into and out of the cell.
Part I
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In addition to storing calcium, the smooth ER also plays a role in detoxification and lipid synthesis.
Part J
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The Golgi apparatus modifies, stores, and packages products of the ER.
Part K
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Microtubules are rods that also play a role in organelle movement.
Part L
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Basal bodies and centrioles have identical structures.
Part M
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Peroxisomes produce hydrogen peroxide as a by-product of their metabolic processes.
Part N
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Microfilaments are a component of the cytoskeleton.

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