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Identify each of the cell structures indicated in Figure 7–7 and explain its role in the cell.

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    How much info about the role do you want?

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    just a little like one sentence

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    @Frostbite can u help? or no

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    Sure can, just saw something.

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    A) Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER): Network of membranous sacs and tubes; active in membrane synthesis and other synthetic and metabolic processes, has rough (ribosome-studded) and smooth regions. B) Flagellum: Motility structure present in some animal cells, composed of a cluster of microtubules within an extension of the plasma membrane. C) Golgi apparatus: organelle active in synthesis, modification, sorting, and secretion of cell products. D) Nucleolus: nonmembranous structure involved in production of ribisomes; a nucleus has one or more nucleoli. E) Chromatin: material consisting of DNA and proteins; visivle in a dividing cell as individual condensed chromosomes. F) Mitochondrion: organelle where cellullar respriation occurs and most ATP is generated. G) Not sure what it point at (look like another Golgi apparatus) H) Ribosomes: Complexes that make proteins; free in cytosol or bound to rough ER or nuclear envelope. I) Plasma membrane: membrane enclosing the cell and regulate the transport of molecules in and out of the cell.

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    Thanks so much!

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    NOTE: if B not is pointing towards the thingy infront of the line, then it is just the cytosol.

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