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Biology : Plant & Animal Cells II (Parts & Structures)


Given the PLANT / ANIMAL
CELL PARTS, identify the DESCRIPTION

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1.

Secretory Granule

  It has a living, flexible and thin structure. It possesses fine pores, making it semi-permeable. It is chiefly composed of lipo-proteins.

  It has a vesicular structure. It is formed when the substances produced in the endoplasmic reticulum are further processed in the golgi apparatus.

  It is a membranous sac budded off from the golgi apparatus. It contains several types of enzymes.

  It is a plastid that is colored differently in different cells. It contains pigments such as xanthophyll (yellow in color) and carotene (orangish-red in color).

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2.

Ribosome

  It has a small, dense and granular structure. It is spherical in shape and is single-walled.

  It contains one or two centrioles, and is surrounded by microtubules or the centrosphere. It is situated near the nucleus.

  It has a non-living, rigid structure. It is freely permeable and is chiefly composed of cellulose.

  It has a double-walled structure. Its inner wall is produced into folds known as cristae. It is generally sausage-shaped.

 
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3.

Lysosome

  It is a clear space filled with water or other substances in the form of solutions. It has a covering called tonoplast.

  It is a membranous sac budded off from the golgi apparatus. It contains several types of enzymes.

  It is a colorless plastid. It contains starch.

  It is the largest cell organelle. It has a dense structure. It is spherical in shape.

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Centrosome

  It contains one or two centrioles, and is surrounded by microtubules or the centrosphere. It is situated near the nucleus.

  It has a small, dense and granular structure. It is spherical in shape and is single-walled.

  It consists of an irregular network of double-walled tubular membrane. It has ribosomes attached to it.

  It has numerous pores, making it semi-permeable. It is the covering of the nucleus of the cell.

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5.

Leucoplast

  It is made up of stacks of flattened membranous sacs. It mainly consists of vesicles, vacuoles and tubules.

  It is a colorless plastid. It contains starch.

  It is a clear space filled with water or other substances in the form of solutions. It has a covering called tonoplast.

  It contains most of the cell organelles. It is composed of a mixture of water and soluble organic & inorganic compounds.

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Cytoplasm

  It has a double-walled structure. Its inner wall is produced into folds known as cristae. It is generally sausage-shaped.

  It is a green-colored plastid. It contains a pigment called chlorophyll.

  It contains most of the cell organelles. It is composed of a mixture of water and soluble organic & inorganic compounds.

  It is a plastid that is colored differently in different cells. It contains pigments such as xanthophyll (yellow in color) and carotene (orangish-red in color).

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Vacuole

  It is a clear space filled with water or other substances in the form of solutions. It has a covering called tonoplast.

  It is chiefly composed of a dense fluid. It contains chromatin fibres, which are made up of DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid).

  It contains one or two centrioles, and is surrounded by microtubules or the centrosphere. It is situated near the nucleus.

  It is the largest cell organelle. It has a dense structure. It is spherical in shape.

 
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