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Cytoplasm

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    Angela A.
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    Angela A.

    It is within the Cytoplasm that most of the cell's chemical reaction take place. Most Cytoplasm is a jellylike substance within which organelles carry out specific function.

    Angela A.
    GB
    Angela A.

    Could there be a reason why the Nucleus activities are somewhat separated from the cytoplasm, the need for a nucleus membrane?

    Tatjana B.
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    Tatjana B.

    What is the cytoplasm made of?

    Rin R.
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    Rin R.

    Cytoplasm is defined as a jelly like substance, where many important reactions take place. Smaller structures called organelles carry out more specific functions.

    Mary M.
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    Mary M.

    Does the cytoplasm hold the organelles in place or is it only the cell membrane that holds things together?

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