Structures and Functions of Components of a Eukaryotic Cell
composed of protein and phospholipid molecules,provides form to cell and controls passage of materials into and and out of cell.
cellulose fibrilis, provides structure and reigidity to plant cell.
fluid to jelly-like substance, suspending medium of organelles.
interconnecting hollow channels, supporting framework of cell; cell transport.
granules of nucleic acid
double layered sacs with cristae, production of ATP
Flattened sacs with vacuoles, synthesizes carbohydrates and packages molecules for secretion.
membrane-surronded sacs of enzymes, digests foreign molecules and worn cells.
mass of two rod-like centrioles, organizes spindle fibers and assists mitosis.
membrane sacs, stores and excretes substances with the cytoplasm.
Fibrils and microtubles
protein strands, supports cytoplam and transports materials.
Cilia and flagella
cytopasmic extensions form cell, movement of particles along cell surface or move cell.
Nuclear membrane, nucleolus, and chromatin (DNA), direct cell activity; form ribosomes.
Inner (grans) membrane within outer membrane, photosynthesis.