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This is a good example of using previous questions to answer later ones. p Which organelle contains secretory materials? a. Golgi apparatus. The correct answer can’t be the lysosome because that’s already a vesicle, and it can’t be the ribosome because you already know that handles proteins. q Which of the following can change the consistency of cytoplasm? d. All of the above. In addition, molecular concentration and agitation also can change cytoplasmic consistency. r Structures found inside the nucleus include the c.
Protein molecules d. DNA 48. A codon is a sequence of three a. Nucleotides b. Amino acids c. Ribosomes d. Base pieces Cycling Along: Grow, Rest, Divide, Die The cell life cycle, usually referred to simply as the cell cycle or the CDC (cell division cycle), extends from the beginning of one cell division to the beginning of the next division. The human body produces new cells every day to replace those that are damaged or worn out. 33 34 Part I: Building Blocks of the Body The cell cycle is divided into two distinct phases: ߜ Interphase: Sometimes also called the resting stage, that label is a misnomer because the cell is actively growing and carrying out its normal metabolic functions as well as preparing for cell division.
Ribosomes: These roughly 25-nanometer structures may be found along the endoplasmic reticulum or floating free in the cytoplasm. Composed of 60 percent RNA and 40 percent protein, they translate the genetic information on RNA molecules to synthesize, or produce, a protein molecule. ߜ Vacuoles: More commonly found in plant cells, these open spaces in the cytoplasm sometimes carry materials to the cell membrane for discharge to the outside of the cell. In animal cells, food vacuoles are membranous sacs formed when food masses are pinched-off from the cell membrane and passed into the cytoplasm of the cell.