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English: The image is a corrected version of an image I made sometime ago. The original quote on the image was "the image describes the parts on a typical plant cell. the image i made myself as resources i used the simple structure here, also the one i found hereand must of the text i could get from here

as external source i used another structure found on the book "molecular cell biology" from james darnell, harvey lodish and david baltimore. i tried to convine all in a complete yet simple diagram. i finish it on the 03-feb-05 —LadyofHats 01:12, 3 Feb 2005 (UTC)" Between the changes made are:

  • removed the leucoplast, under request.
  • added the name tonoplast and increased the side of the vacuole
  • reduced the size of the cytoskeleton, and distributed in the back.
  • changed the smooth endoplasmic reticulum to look as a part of the rough ER.
  • made ribosome smaller and more attached to the rough endoplasmic reticulum
  • made small membrane vesicles smaller and yellow.
  • changed Golgi vesicles to Golgi body and added the actual Golgi vesicles.
  • grouped elements that belonged together.
  • made the file an SVG
Date 6 June 2006 (Originally made on 3 Feb. 2005)
Source Self-made using Adobe Illustrator. (The original edited was also made by me, LadyofHats)
Author LadyofHats (Mariana Ruiz)
( Reusing this file)

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