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Organelle

« Back to Glossary IndexAn organelle is a unit found inside a cell that performs a specific function. The name alludes to the way organs in your body have specific functions. Examples of organelles are the nucleus, mitochondria and chloroplasts. More on Wikipedia. Related Articles: Glossary: Mitochondrion« Back to Glossary Index

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An organelle is a unit found inside a cell that performs a specific function. The name alludes to the way organs in your body have specific functions. Examples of organelles are the nucleus, mitochondria and chloroplasts. More on Wikipedia.

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