Asked in MicrobiologyCell Biology (cytology)
Cell Biology (cytology)
What are some organelles?
September 13, 2011 7:28PM
Golgi body (or called Golgi apparatus)
Chloroplast (plant cells only)
Mitochodria (animal cells only)
and a lot more I hope this helps
What happens to the organelles as the cell divides?
Asked in Biology, Microbiology, Genetics
What is the word for number of cells contained in a bacteria organism?
Asked in Science
What parts do cells have?
Cells contain organelles which carry out the cells life processes. Without the cells organelles the cell would die. Some organelles are: mitochondria, lysosomes, vacuoles, cell membrane, nucleus (eukaryotes), endoplasmic reticulum, golgi bodies, ribosomes. There are other important organelles within the cell. Some organelles are specific to plants while others are specific to animals.
Asked in Genetics
What is the benefit of having some of the cellular organelles enclosed by a membrane similar to the cell membrane?
Asked in Definitions, Cell Biology (cytology)
What is the definitiion of Organelles?
Organelles are the parts of the cell (organs of a cell) in the cytoplasm surrounded by membrane. Each has a specific function. Some organelles are: ribosomes which make proteins for the cell, the mitochondria releases energy from the breakdown of food molecules, and golgi bodies sort proteins. Ribosomes are considered organelles, but are not surrounded by membrane. Some are attached to the rough endoplasmic reticulum, and some float freely in the cytoplasm.