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Centrioles b. Cilia c. Cytoplasm d. Golgi apparatus e. Lysosome f. Mitochondrion g. Nucleolus h. Nucleus i. Plasma (cell) membrane j. Ribosomes k. Rough endoplasmic reticulum l. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum m. Vacuoles n. –37. Match the organelles with their descriptions. 33. _____ Mitochondrion a. Long, whip-like organelle for locomotion 34. _____ Nucleolus b. Fluid-like interior of the cell that may become a semisolid, or colloid 35. _____ Flagellum 36. _____ Cytoplasm 37. _____ Lysosomes c. Membranous sacs containing digestive enzymes d.

Vacuoles; 24. k. Rough endoplasmic reticulum; 25. d. Golgi apparatus; 26. i. Plasma (cell) membrane; 27. b. Cilia; 28. f. Mitochondrion; 29. j. Ribosomes; 30. l. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum; 31. e. Lysosome; 32. a. Centriole H Mitochondrion: d. Powerhouse of the cell I Nucleolus: e. Stores RNA in the nucleus J Flagellum: a. Long, whip-like organelle for locomotion K Cytoplasm: b. Fluid-like interior of the cell that may become a semisolid, or colloid L Lysosomes: c. Membranous sacs containing digestive enzymes M–S Protein synthesis begins in the cell’s 38.

Golgi apparatus b. Mitochondrion c. Lysosome d. Endoplasmic reticulum Chapter 2: The Cell: Life’s Basic Building Block 12. The most abundant protein in human cells is a. Actin b. Tubulin c. Albumen d. Cytoplasm 13. Which organelle gets to take out the cellular trash? a. Golgi apparatus b. Ribosome c. Vacuole d. Endoplasmic reticulum 14. The very small organelle responsible for protein synthesis (making proteins) is the a. Ribosome b. Lysosome c. Centriole d. Vesicle 15. Which organelle has ribosomes attached to it?

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