Crossword: The Cell

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The Clues

1 The name given to cells that only have a single set of chromosomes, instead of a pair of each chromosome
2 The process by which cells can take up macromolecules and fluids from the external environment
3 Important organelles that manufacture ATP
4 The site at which microtubules grow out from in an interphase cell
5 The site in the nucleus where ribosomal RNA is transcribed.
6 A type of intermediate filament found in epithelial cells
7 A cellular organelle that packages proteins into vesicles for secretion
8 The stage in mitosis when duplicated chromosomes are arranged on the equator
9 The stage in the cell cycle in which chromosomes are de-condensed
10 site of protein formation from messenger RNA
11 vesicles that phagocytic cells contain, which contain hydrogen peroxide
12 A type of pigment found in cells that makes them look yellow
13 The form in which carbohydrate is stored in cells

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