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  • n. Plural form of organelle.


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  • 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.

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

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  • 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.

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

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

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

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


  • 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.


  • These organelles are the leftovers of earlier episodes of microbial mergers and acquisitions.


  • There you'll be, a furious collection of primordial organelles focused like a coherent light machine on the hyperholistic sublimity of 'appliance' as a signifier of more than simply an instance of a particular hardware configuration, but as an aggregation of physical nature with the abstraction of 'applicabilty,'  more than just a word, but a magickal spell that conjures technology out of ecology.

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