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  • 1. All organelles Megan Corradinonucleasnucleolusmitochondriacell memebranecell wall (only found in plant cells)large vacuoles (only found in plantcells, smaller vacuoles are found inanimal cells)chloroplasts (only found in plantcells)ribosomesEndoplasmic reticulum--roughendoplasmic reticulum smooth endoplasmic reticulum, Golgicomplex lysosomes, plastids ,vesicles, mesosomes ,cytosol, vacuoles ,cytoskeleton centriole (only found in animal cells)
  • 2. Cell membraneThe lipid molecules thatmake up the membranehave a polar, hydrophilichead and two hydrophobichydrocarbon tails. Themembrane is uniquebecause it can automatically Many of the membrane-associatedfix itself when torn. There is proteins have hydrophilic andalso a presence of different hydrophobic regions. Theproteins on the surface of hydrophilic regions are used tothe membrane that are used help anchor the protein inside offor various functions such as the cell membrane. Some proteinscell surface receptors, extend across the lipid bilayer,enzymes, surface antigens, others cross the bilayer severaland transporters. times.
  • 3. Organic molecules Organic molecule Macromolecules Organic is chemicals that contain covalently bound carbon andhydrogen atoms and are involved in metabolic reactions. Some organicmolecules can be small only having one to two functional groupsothers can be large called macromolecules often have many functionalgroups attached. Many macromolecules are composed of basic buildingblocks, such as glucose or amino acids.
  • 4. Inorganic MoleculesInorganic Molecules are any molecule that does not consist of carbon atoms and is not of biological origin. Examples of inorganic molecules are ammonia, baking soda, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, ozone, baking soda, and sulphuric acid.
  • 5. CITATIONShttp://www.biology-online.org/dictionary/Inorganic_moleculehttp://www.alientravelguide.com/science/chemistr/inorgani/molecule/