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Organelles

Eukaryotic cells have various smaller membrane bound regions inside them, which may have started as symbionts. Typical organelles are

    mitochondrion

    chloroplast - where light energy is converted into ATP molecular energy in plants

    lysosome - where proteins are digested

    cell nucleus

    Golgi complex - where the proteins due to be released from the cell are assembled

    peroxisomes (in animals) and glyoxisomes (in plants) - where fatty acids and amino acids are degraded

    flagella and cilia - hairs which give the cell mobility or move liquids past the outside of the cell

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