NEW STORIES: Endoplasmic Reticulum, The Rough and the Smooth
also SEE THE SHOCKING TRUTH ABOUT CYTOPLASM
Breaking story about the Golgi Apparatus!
Table of Contents
Letters to the Editor pg. 2
Nucleus pg. 4
Nucleolus pg. 5
Cytoplasm pg. 6
Vacuole pg. 7
Endoplasmic Reticulum pg. 8
The Versus pg. 11
Ribosome pg. 16
Golgi Apparatus pg. 17
Lysosome pg. 18
Mitochondria pg. 19
Chloroplast pg. 20
Cytoskeleton pg. 21
Cilia and Flagellum pg. 22
Letters to the Editor
Dear Cytology Magazine, Dear Cytology Magazine,
For some reason, I really Yo what up? Cytizzology
really really like these things Magizzizine!! Whats goin
called Golgi Apparatus. down in C-town Magizzizown?
Maybe it’s just that the name Listen homes I was wonderin…
sounds cool. But I like them, cuz you see…. Me and my
and I want to know what they homies was tryin to jack up
are. this jewelry store and he said
Franz Weitzer our epidermis was so ugly we
New Zealand, North Dakota would never get away…… so I
know epidermis is like cells and
junk so how can I make my
Dear France, epidermis cell look more
You’re in luck! We happened gangsta and not so ugly. Any
to put an article about Golgi help would be greatly
Apparatuses. Have fun appreciated. Cordially Yours.
Dear Cytology Magazine,
Being your first issue and Dear Homie T-Dizzub,
your magazine being about I can see why you ask me
cells, I think you should becauze I am so gangster.
include the Nucleus in your You want to know why your
magazine. They are the epidermis is so ugly?
control center of the cell. Probably because your
mother is Bulgarian and your
Jimmy S. dad is Eskimo., and you’re
Mud Lick, Kentucky trying to act gangster like me.
Dear Jimmy, IMPOSSIBLE (and this
has nothing to do with my
You know a lot for living in a magazine)!
town with the population of
300. Nuclei are in there.
he nucleus is the control
center of the eukaryotic cell. It
tells each organelle what it
should do. Most of the time it
is round and the largest
organelle in the cell. The
membrane on the nucleus,
called the nuclear envelope, is
like the cell membrane. It lets
things pass in and out of the
nucleus. The nucleus stores
DNA. It also stores the
nucleolus (pg. 5)
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