Organised micro-structures within cell cytoplasm, having specialised biochemical functions, e.g. chloroplasts, mitochandria. A structure found within an individual cell which has a specific function e.g. mitochondion for cellular respiration.
Small structures within a cell that maintain the cells and do the cells' work.
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Specialized organs within cells
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Specific, usually subcellular, particles of membrane-bound organised living substances present in practically all eukaryotic cells, including mitochondria, the golgi complex, endoplasmic reticulum, lysosomes, centrioles and the cell centre, as well as the plastids of plant cells. Includes also the minute organs of protozoa concerned with such funct...Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20973
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Cell components that carry out individual functions; e.g., the cell nucleus and the endoplasmic reti
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