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Chapter 3.2 (Ck12)
The water-hating hydrophobic tails of the phospholipid bilayer face the outside of the cell membrane
The cytoplasm essentially acts as a "skeleton" inside the cell.
Roundworms have organ system-level organization, in which groups of organs work together to do a specific job
Plant cells have special structures that are not found in animal cells, including a cell membrane, a large central vacuole, and plastids.
Centrioles help organize chromosomes before cell division.
Ribosomes can be found attached to the endoplasmic reticulum.
ATP is made in the mitochondria.
Many of the biochemical reactions of the cell occur in the cytoplasm.
Animal cells have chloroplasts, organelles that capture light energy from the sun and use it to make food.
Small hydrophobic molecules can easily pass through the plasma membrane.
In cell-level organization, different cells are specialized for different functions.
The flagella on your lung cells sweep foreign particles and mucus toward the mouth and nose.
Mitochondria contains its own DNA.
The plasma membrane is a single phospholipid layer that supports and protects a cell and controls what enters and leaves it.
The cytoskeleton is made from thread-like filaments and tubules.