7.3 Reinforcement Study Guide, The View of a Cell
A membrane bound fluid sac
Closely stacked,flattened membrane sacs
The sites of protein sythesis
A folded membrane that forms a network of interconnected compartments in the cytoplasm
The clear fluid inside of the cell
Organelle that manages cell functions in the eukaryotic cell
Contains chlorophyll, a green pigment that traps energy from sunlight and gives plants their green color
Digest excess or worn-out, food particles, and invading viruses and bacteria.
Small bumps located on endoplasmic reticulum
Provides a usable form of energy for the cell
Firm, protective structure that gives the cell its shape in plants, fungi, most bacteria, and some protists
Produces a usable form of energy for the cell
Modifies proteins chemically, then repackages them
Contains inner membranes arranged in stacks of membranous sacs called grana
plants organelles that store starches or lipids that or that contain pigments
Cells have a support structure within the [cytoplasm] called the Cytoskeleton
The [exoskeleton] is composed of thin, fibrous elements that form a framework of the cell.
[Microtubules] of the cytoskeleton are thin, hollow cylinders made of protein.
Cilia and Flagella are cell surface structures that are adapted for [respiration]
[Flagella] are short, numerous, hairlike projections from the plasma membrane
Flagella are longer and [more] numerous than Cilia
In [multicellular] organisms, cilia and flagella are the major means of locomotion
In [prokaryotic] cells, both cilia and flagella are composed of microtubules