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Q: What cell part is described as the organic material between the membrane and nucleus, which contains a variety of tiny bodies or organelles? cell wall mitochondria chloroplasts cytoplasm Golgi
complex endoplasmic reticulum
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User: What cell part is described as the organic material between the membrane and nucleus, which contains a variety of tiny bodies or organelles? cell wall mitochondria chloroplasts cytoplasm Golgi complex endoplasmic reticulum

Weegy: b
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User: What cell part is described as flattened membrane sacs and tubes that are believed to be centers for collecting and packaging cell structures and enzymes? cell wall mitochondria chloroplasts cytoplasm Golgi complex endoplasmic reticulum

Weegy: b
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User: The transfer of information from the nucleus to organelles is accomplished by _____. ribosomes RNA DNA endoplasmic reticulum (ER)

Weegy: d
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User: The dead cells that act as "straws" inside the plant to pull water and nutrients from the soil is _____. xylem phloem cortex pith

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The organic material between the membrane and nucleus, which contains a variety of tiny bodies or organelles is called cytoplasm.
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Flattened membrane sacs and tubes that are believed to be centers for collecting and packaging cell structures and enzymes are called Golgi bodies.
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The transfer of information from the nucleus to organelles is accomplished by ribonucleic acid.
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