Asked in MicrobiologyCell Biology (cytology)
Cell Biology (cytology)
How does the cytoplasm work?
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Genetics
What object would represent cytoplasm in a plant cell?
Asked in Fruits and Vegetables, Gelatin
What is the gelatin like material where most of the cell work is carried out?
Cells are filled with cytoplasm. Cytoplasm is a clear, gel-like substance that is 80% water. All organelles of a prokaryote cell, which lacks a nucleus, float and work in the cytoplasm. In a eukaryote cell, which possesses a nucleus, all organelles except for the nucleus are contained in the cytoplasm. Nuclei are contained in a separate substance called nucleoplasm.