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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.

Cell Membrane

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

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

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

 
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2.

Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum

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

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

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

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

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3.

Vacuole

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

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

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

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

 
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4.

Secretory Granule

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

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

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Cell Wall

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

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

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

  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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Mitochondrion

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

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

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

  It is round in shape. It is contained in the nucleus of the cell.

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Nuclear Membrane

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

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

  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).

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

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