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cytoplasm

Endoplasmic reticulum (ER)

epithelial tissue

fascia

invest

involuntary muscle tissues

karyoplasm

muscle tissue

nerve tissue

nucleus

organelles

plasma membrane

pleural cavity

ribosomes

striated

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tissue that protects, lines, or invests body organs

the substance of the nucleus; sometimes called nucleoplasm

"protein factories" that make proteins

striped appearance of voluntary muscles

muscle tissues that are controlled automatically by the nervous system

space between lungs and pleura

cover or surround a part of the body

substance between the plasma membrane and the nucleus of a cell.

tissue that carries nerve impulses

outside boundary of a cell; also called the cell membrane

system of membranes in the cytoplasm

cell structure that dictates protein production and controls transport, metabolism, growth, and heredity

tissue specializing in movement of body part; may be voluntary, involuntary, or cardiac

structures within the cytoplasm

connective tissue membrane that invests body parts


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