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  • noun Plural form of organelle.

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Examples

  • They may be present in the nucleus, as well as in the cell "organelles" that are responsible for photosynthesis, energy processing and other fundamental processes of life.

    The new weapons of genetic engineering

  • One possible paradigm is of the Microsoft Windows system (I'm serious! lol) A cell would be analogous to a computer system, the hardware being all the organelles and proteins and ribosomes and amino acids and sugars, etc.

    De Facto Intelligent Design in Biology

  • These organelles now power our muscles, our digestion, and our brains.

    SuperCooperators

  • These cells contain organelles—which divide up the task of cellular life as organs do for a body—including a nucleus where their DNA resides.

    SuperCooperators

  • Notice that other than the addition of organelles, eukaryotes are monophyletic.

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

  • One possible paradigm is of the Microsoft Windows system (I'm serious! lol) A cell would be analogous to a computer system, the hardware being all the organelles and proteins and ribosomes and amino acids and sugars, etc.

    De Facto Intelligent Design in Biology

  • Dinosaurs were terrestrial vertebrates, meaning they had complex eukaryotic cells with organelles, heart, brains, muscles, vertebrae, nerve cord.

    Casey Luskin on Kitzmiller & Information

  • The organelles and the membrane would come from existing life.

    Better Bubbles

  • Dinosaurs were terrestrial vertebrates, meaning they had complex eukaryotic cells with organelles, heart, brains, muscles, vertebrae, nerve cord.

    Casey Luskin on Kitzmiller & Information

  • For example, a cell is considered to be a materialistic thing, a membrane-enclosed compartment containing organelles and a nucleus [for eukaryotic cells].

    Against Darwinism

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