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produce proteins by following coded instructions that came from the nucleus.

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Ribosmes are what make the protiens for the cell the DNA or Rna to be made


Provide surface for protein synthesis.



Found in only eukaryotic cells.


Yes, but they are smaller than in eukaryotes.Prokariyotes have 70s ribosomes. Eukariyotes have 80s ribosmes


Yes, all cell do need ribosomes to make proteins.


They involve in protein synthesis.Rough ER gives surface.


the nucleus,cytoplasm,mitochondria,golgi appartus,cell membrane, endoplasmic reticulum,ribosmes


yesAll eukariyotes have 80s ribosmes. Prokariyotes have smaller 70s ribosomes


both prokaryotic and eukaryotic contain ribosmesThey are in every living organisms .There are two types 70s and 80s


yes Some have 70s ribosmes,some 80s. DNA is found same in every organism


FalseRibosmes are naked organelles.Every other organelles except cell wall are membrane bound


if the ribosmes are the school, than the nucleolus is the teachers and students that make up the school if the whole cell is the school and the ribosomes are the students, the nucleolus is the teacher who is in charge of teaching the students.


Not gurranteed BUT prokaryotic cells are almost as big as a eukaryotic cells, so i think eukaryotic!Prokariyotes have 70s ribosomes.Eukariyotic cells got 80s ribosmes. This is a measure of size


if the ribosmes are the factory, than the nucleolus is the construction workers that make the factory. if the whole cell is the factory and the ribosomes are the factpry workers, the nucleolus is the manager in charge of hiring and/or training new workers.


Cell membrane is not necessarily a liquid but it is a viscous matter (solid-liquid). It is liquid enough to allow the ribosmes and organelles to move around and solid enough to keep them from just sloshing around everywhere.


Ribosomes are the site of protein synthesis. After mRNA transcribes the DNA code, it moves to a ribosome where transfer RNA brings amino acids from the cytoplasm to the ribosome, and places the amino acid in the correct location according to the mRNA code.


Cell membrane, DNA(same with plant cells), ribosmes, cytoskeleton, microtubules, microfilaments, nucleus, nuclear envelope (a combination of nuclear pore and nucleolus), Golgi complex, mitochondrion, endoplasmic reticulum(rough and smooth), Lysosomes, vacuole, and Centrioles.


Ribosomes consist of two subunits. One large and one small. They are both made up of RNA (RNA is the form of DNA found outside of a cell nucleus) and proteins of varying sizes. Ribosomes help in the process of translation or the 'reading' of mRNA during protein synthesis.


photosynthesis and respiration occurs in plants and respiration occurs in animals. Photosynthesis and respiration are actually the exact same chemical equation just flipped around. The difference is mainly the reactants and products. In photosynthesis you need a plant cell. it also uses mesophyll, stomata, guard cells, chlorophyll, the thylakoid membrane, mitochondria etc in respiration organelles used are the mitochondria, plasma membrane, ribosmes, Golgi apparatus.



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