No exterior membrane2.
Carry out protein synthesis3.
Found free in cytoplasm or attached to endoplasmic reticulumiv.
Lysosomes (not usually in plant cells)1.
Intracellular digestive centers that come from Golgi apparatus2.
Lacks internal structures3.
Sacs bound by single membrane that contains different enzymes
hydrolytic and breaks down protein, nucleic acids, lipids, carbohydrates4.
Lysosome fuse with old or damaged organelles from within cell to break them down5.
Interior of lysosome are acidicv.
Consist of flattened sacs called
Collection, packaging, modification, distribution of materials synthesized inthe cell3.
Receives products from the ER
the side near the ER is called the
,products move in from that side. Products are discharged on the
side.Small sacs called vesicles can be seen coming off the trans sidevi.
Have their own DNA and a double membrane.3.
Smooth outer membrane with inner membrane folded into cristae.4.
Inside inner membrane is semi-fluid substance called matrix5.
Cristae provide huge internal surface area for chemical reactions to occur6.
Produces and contains own ribosomesvii.
Region where DNA is bordered by double membrane2.
DNA of eukaryotic ells often occurs in the form of chromosomes3.
When not in dividing phase, chromosomes are not present as visiblestructures
re present in the form of chromatin : formed strands of DNA and proteins called histones4.
Nucleosome consists of 8 histones with a strand of DNA wrapped aroundthem and secured with a ninth histone5.
Often located centrally in cytoplasm6.
Molecules of cell ribosomes are manufactured in the nucleolusviii.
Chloroplasts (plant and algal)1.
Double membrane, own DNA (forms a ring), and 70S ribosomes2.
Consists of thylakoids, stroma, and granum (numerous stacked thylakoids)3.
Thylakoids are necessary for absorption of light 4.
Stroma contain enzymes and chemicals to complete process of photosynthesisix.
Consists of pair of centrioles at right angles to one another2.
Involved in assembling microtubules
provides structure and allowingmovement, as well as aiding cell division3.
Located at one end close to the nucleusx.
Storage organelles usually formed from Golgi apparatus