u03a01b Organelle Functions
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Identifying Cell Functions
1. This organelle's functions include lipid synthesis, detoxifying, and storage of Ca2+. *
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2. These organelles function as basal bodies in cells with cilia and flagella. Otherwise, they are inactive. *
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3. These plasma membrane processes increase surface area. Found in cells that absorb. *
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4. This organelle is the powerhouse of the cell. It regenerates ATP from ADP. *
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5. This structure houses the genetic material. *
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6. This organelle packages and modifies proteins destined for export from the cell. *
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7. Transcription is taking place at this location producing rRNA subunits that are assembled into functional ribosomes in the cytosol. This structure is the site of ribosome production. *
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8. This substance is working DNA. When a cell is preparing for cell division, this substance will condense into dense bodies called chromosomes. *
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9. This internal membrane is studded with ribosomes and is involved in protein synthesis and cell membrane production. *
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10. This structure separates the cell from its environment, regulating what can enter and exit the cell. *
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11. These short hair-like structures help to move mucus and other substances on the surface of epithelial tissues. *
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12. The only human cell with this whip-like structure is the sperm cell. Used for cell motility. *
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13. These junctions form a water-tight barrier that prevents substances from passing between cells. *
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14. These junctions link the cytoskeletons of neighboring cells together forming tough connections. Desmosomes. *
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15. These junctions have connexons that allow chemicals from one cell to pass into a neighboring cell. Cardiac muscle cells have special forms of these junctions called intercalated discs. *
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