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Animal and Plant Cell Labeling

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Cell Structures and Processes
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16. Which organelle contains its own DNA?
17. What is the relationship between the ER and the golgi apparatus?
18. What is the difference between smooth and rough ER?
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What are structures found in plants, but not animal cells:
How Proteins are Packaged for
Transport
Word Bank
Rough ER / Smooth ER / Nucleus
Golgi Apparatus / Ribosome
Cis face of Golgi Apparatus
Trans face of Gogli Apparatus
Proteins / Transport Vesicle
Cisternae / Nuclear Pore
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Endomembrane System
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Describe the process by which proteins are
made and then exported from the cell.