What are the similarities and differences in the structure of non-membrane organelles of the cell? Imagine what their functions are.

Ribosomes: A rounded organoid composed of two subunits
Function: Protein Synthesis
Cell center; Two cylinders – centrioles formed by microtubules
Function: Form the cytoskeleton of the cell, spindle filament, flagella and cilia
Organoids of movement – cilia, flagella: Microtubules (protein) Function; The movement of cells in space; Moving along cells surrounding fluid and particles
Microtubules: composed of many subunits of tubulin contractile protein
Function; form the internal structure – the cytoskeleton of the cell, which performs a supporting function. They provide the movement of the cytoplasm, the movement in the cell of some organoids, such as mitochondria, lysosomes and Golgi vesicles.

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