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2.1: Cell Structure

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    Laab 2 Example \(\PageIndex{1}\)

    1.             Plasma membrane                                   

    2.             Nucleus                                          

    3.             Nuclear envelope                           

    4.             Rough endoplasmic reticulum       

    5.             Smooth endoplasmic reticulum      

    6.            Golgi complex

    7.            Golgi vesicles

    8.            Mitochondria

    9.            Lysosome

    10.            Centriole

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    Lab 2 Exercise \(\PageIndex{2}\)

    requested before 2.1 to help you complete this activity. Place the appropriate letter(s) on the line
    between the numbers and the name. “NA” = not applicable, do not use.

    1. _____ Plasma membrane  

    2. _____ Nucleus                                       

    3. _____ Nuclear envelope

    4. _____ Rough endoplasmic reticulum

    5. _____ Smooth endoplasmic reticulum

    6. _____ Golgi complex

     7. _____ Golgi vesicles

    8. _____ Mitochondria

    9. _____ Lysosome

    10. _____ Centriole

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