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Re: A Guide to Success in VCE Biology - Part 2 (Membranes and Cell Organelles)
« Reply #15 on: December 26, 2013, 02:22:48 pm »
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Re: A Guide to Success in VCE Biology - Part 2 (Membranes and Cell Organelles)
« Reply #16 on: December 26, 2013, 03:09:22 pm »
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Just a further question.

Difference between Cytosol and Cytoplasm?

Is the cytoplasm basically everything within the plasma membrane-including all organelles. Would the plasma membrane be classed as an organelle-and therefore part of the cytoplasm?

Thanks in advance! :)

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The cytosol is the plasma-like fluid in which the cell organelles are immersed in. The cytoplasm is the term used to describe the cytosol + cell organelles immersed in the cytosol with the exception of the nucleus. The term used to describe the cytosol + all cell organelles including the nucleus is 'protoplasm'.

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HI, really helpful! Have you made more of these?!

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HI, really helpful! Have you made more of these?!

Hi! I'm glad you found these useful; unfortunately since commencing university study I don't really have the time to do this sort of thing, but hopefully what's here might give you some good advice and a solid start to your revision/class notes.

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