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1. Ameba (amoeba)
A common name describing the one-celled organism s classified under the order Amoebida of the class Sarcodina. An ameba has a constantly changing form and moves and eats by extending pseudopod s, or long fingers of itself, from its body cytoplasm.

2. Amoeboid movement
A type of motility in which cytoplasmic streaming extrudes outward of the cell to form pseudopodia so that the cell can be relocated.

3. Carnitine
This essential fatty acid metabolism cofactor helps to move the fatty acid to the mitochondria from the cytoplasm .

4. Casparian strip
In plants, an impermeable waxy layer between the cells of the endodermis that stops water and solutes from entering the xylem , except by passing through the cytoplasm of adjacent cells.

5. Catalase
A type of peroxidase enzyme which removes hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) from the cell by turning it into water and oxygen. Catalase is mostly found in small organelle s called peroxisomes, found in the cytoplasm of the cell.

6. Cell body
In a neuron , the part that contains the nucleus and most of the cytoplasm and the organelles .

7. Cellular respiration
The transfer of energy from various molecules to produce ATP ; occurs in the mitochondria of eukaryotes , the cytoplasm of prokaryotes . In the process, oxygen is consumed and carbon dioxide is generated.

8. Coagulation necrosis
As body tissues die, cytoplasm ic protein s become denature d and coagulate. Tissues becomes firm and opaque.

9. Compatible solute
An organic compounds which serve as cytoplasm ic solute s to balance water relations for cells growing in environments of high salt or sugar .

10. Cytohet
An eukaryotic cell which has one or more gene s that occur outside the nucleus ( cytoplasmic gene s) that are heterozygous .

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