Cell Anatomy

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All cells have three major regions

nucleus, plasma membrane, cytoplasm

Explain the order of the three major regions

nucleus, cytoplasm, plasma membrane

Chromatin

cell isnt dividing

Chromosomes

cell is dividing

Nucleoli is composed of

proteins and RNA

Nuclear Envelope

double layered porous membrane

Plasma membrane is composed of

phospholipids and globular protein

Ribosomes

protein synthesis

Rough ER

storage and transport proteins

Smooth ER

steroid and lipid synthesis

Golgi Apparatus

packaging proteins

Lysosomes

digest worn out cells that enter the cell

Peroxisomes

detoxify

Mitochondria

produces ATP, powerhouse of the cell

Centrioles

direct the formation of the mitotic spindle

Cytoskeleton is composed of

microfilaments, intermediate filaments, microtubules

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