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  1. Plasma (cell) membrane
    Membrane composed of double layer of phospholipids in which proteins are embedded
  2. Plasma (cell) membrane
    Gives form to the cell and controls passage of materials into and out of cell
  3. Cytoplasm
    Fluid, jellylike substance between the cell membrane and the nuleus in which organelles are suspended
  4. Cytoplasm
    Serves as matrix substance in which chemical reactions occur
  5. Endoplasmic reticulum
    System of interconnected membrane-forming canals and tubules
  6. Endoplasmic reticulum
    Agranular (smooth) endoplasmic reticulum metabolizes non polar compouds and stores Ca2+ in striated muscle cells, granular (rough) endoplasmic reticulum assists in protein synthesis
  7. Ribosomes
    Granular particles composed of protein and RNA
  8. Ribosomes
    Snthesize proteins
  9. Golgi complex
    CLuster of flattened membranous sacs
  10. Golgi complex
    Synthesizes carbohydrates and packages molecules for secretion, secretes lipids and glycoproteins
  11. Mitochondria
    Membranous sacs with folded inner partitions
  12. Mitochondria
    Release energy from food molecules and transform energy into usable ATP
  13. Lysosomes
    Membranous sacs
  14. Lysosomes
    Digest foreign molecules and worn and damaged organelles
  15. Peroxisomes
    Spherical membranous vesicles
  16. Peroxisomes
    Contain enzymes that detoxify harmful molecules and break down hydrogen peroxide
  17. Centrosome
    Nonmembranous mass of two rodlike centrioles
  18. Centrosome
    Helps to organize spindle fibers and distribute chromosomes during mitosis
  19. Vacuoles
    Membranous sacs
  20. Vacuoles
    Store and release various substances within the cytoplasm
  21. Microfilaments and microtubules
    Thin, hollow tubes
  22. Microfilaments and microtubules
    Support cytoplasm and transport materials within the cytoplasm
  23. Cilia and flagella
    Minute cytoplasmic projections that extend from the cell surface
  24. Cilia and flagella
    Move particles along cell surface or move the cell
  25. Nuclear envelope
    Double-layered membrane that surrounds the nucleus, composed of protein and lipid molecules
  26. Nuclear envelope
    Supports nucleus and controls passage of materials between nucleus and cytoplasm
  27. Nucleolus
    Dense nonmembranous mass composed of protein and RNA molecules
  28. Nucleolus
    Produces ribosomal RNA for ribosomes
  29. Chromatin
    Fibrous strands composed of protein and DNA
  30. Chromatin
    Contains genetic code that determines which proteins (including enzymes) will be manufactured by the cell
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Quiz 1.txt
Physiology Casper College Lab Study Questions Lab 1