I guess they are vesicles.
the nucleolus, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, vacuoles, and vesicles, lysosomes, peroxisome, mitochondrion, and chloroplast
The different parts of a cell are called organelles or 'little organs'. A list of the organelles can be found in the Related Questions.
Mitochondria are not cells, they are parts of cells, belonging to a category called organelles. Animal cells have them. They produce energy.
I'm afraid we don't have a category called, 'woozband', however, we do have a category that is quite similar to your question of asking, I've added the related link below.
Animal cells use organelles (so do plant cells). Cells with organelles are called "eukaryotic" which means these are cells that have a nucleus (which is one of the organelles).
Many people believe rabbits and hares are a part of the "rodent" category. In reality, they are more closely related to a horse than a mouse. And their category is called "lagomorphs".
Which organelles are involved in the process called endocytosis?
you can ask me ans becoz i dont know
The cytosol. With all the organelles included between the nucleus and the membrane this would then be called the cytoplasm.
cytoplasm i think :) Added: No. The liquid and the organelles are called the cytoplasm. The liquid the organelles float in is called the cytosol.
They are called organelles.
The green organelles found in the elodea leaves are called chloroplasts.
Plant organelles that store starches or lipids are called plastids, but not the chloroplasts.
There is no category called trip, but I put the link to the unanswered Travel and Places questions in the related links area below.
they are called organelles.
Lysosomes are the organelles that have digestive enzymes. The main purpose of these organelles is to help with the digestion process.
organelles are non living if organelles were non living then they must be called the structural and functional unit of life.
Various components of a cell are called cell organelles. Various living activities are performed with the help of these organelles.
No, dried beans, also called legumes, are not in the meat group because they are not an animal product. However, legumes are often included, with meat, in the protein category.
Yes, organelles are replicated during interphase. Mitochondria divide in the phase called called G2 and other organelles grow and multiply during G1, i think!
No such thing, but cells without membrane bound organelles are called prokaryotes.
I included a link that will you. It is called Moses - statistical machine translation system in the related links below.