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2.2.2 Annotate the diagram of a prokaryotic cell with the functions of each named structure

You are expected to be able to annotate a diagram you draw of a prokaryotic cell with the following functions:Plasma membrane - controls the movement of substances into and out of a cellCytoplasm - site of chemical reactions within the cellNucleoid region - irregularly shaped region that contains the prokaryote's DNA, usually as a circular double-stranded piece of DNARibosomes - used in protein synthesisCell wall - made of peptidoglycan (in prokaryotes), gives rigidity and strength to provide structural support for the cell and protects it against over-expansion when water entersPili - hair-like appendages used for adhesion and to transfer genetic material between bacteriaFlagellum - longer whip-like appendage that is used for locomotion and often also as a sensory organelle
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