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FunctionOrganisms
Translation of RNA into proteinsEukaryotes, Prokaryotes
Production of energy (ATP)Most Eukaryotes
Biosynthesis, including fatty acidsPlants
Synthesis of lipids and steroidsAll Eukaryotes
Converts fats into sugarsPlants, few Fungi
Starch storagePlants
Sequesters cytoplasmic material and organelles for degradationAll Eukaryotes
Conducts carbon fixationSome bacteria
Storage, homeostasisAll Eukaryotes
Lipid storagePlants
Helps spermatozoa fuse with ovumMany Eukaryotes
Sorting and modification of proteinsAll Eukaryotes
Digest worn-out organelles, food, etc.Most Eukaryotes
FunctionOrganisms
Forms mitotic spindleAnimals
Muscle contractionAnimals
Production of ribosomesMost Eukaryotes
Pigment storagePlants
Provides magnetic orientationMagnetotactic bacteria
Pigment storageAnimals
Metabolism of fatty acids and detoxificationAll Eukaryotes
Storage/transport of materials in the cellAll Eukaryotes
PhotosynthesisPlants, few Protists
Translation of proteins secreted out of the cellAll Eukaryotes
Produce hydrogen and energy (ATP)Few unicellular Eukaryotes
Transcription of DNA into RNAAll Eukaryotes
Protein storagePlants

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