what is a eukaryotic cell?
what does a nucleus do?
how big is the nucleus?
what 5 parts is the nucleus made up of?
what is the nuclear envelope?
what is the nuclear envelope connected to?
what does it do?
what do nuclear pores do?
what is nucleoplasm?
what is chromatin?
what is a nucleolus?
what does the nucleolus do?
what are the three functions of the nucleus?
what shape are mitochondria?
how big are mitochondria?
what are the three parts of a mitochondrion?
what does the double membrane do?
what are cristae?
what do they do?
what is the matrix?
what does the matrix contain?
what does this allow the mitochondrion to do?
what enzymes are found in the matrix?
what are mitochondria responsible for making?
where are high numbers of mitochondria found?
what is ER?
what does ER contain?
what are the two types?
What is the characteristic of RER?
what is the function of RER?
what is the characteristic of SER?
what are the functions of SER?
what function would men a cell needs lots of ER?
what are examples of a cells that do this?
what kind of cells have Golgi apparatus, eukaryotes or prokaryotes?
describe the structure of golgi apparatus
what are the 5 functions of the golgi apparatus?
were are golgi apparatus well developed?
when are lysosomes formed?
how many enzymes can be contained in one lysosome?
what is the purpose of lysosomes doing this?
what are the 4 functions of lysosomes?
where are lysosomes most abundant?
what are the two types of ribosome?
where are 70S type found?
where are 80S type found?
how many subunits does a ribosome have?
what makes these subunits different?
what does each subunit contain?
what are microvilli?
what are they for?
Created by Charlotte Hewson over 4 years ago