Today We have discussed Chapter 2- The Cell (Structure and Functions of cell components). Part-04 / Structure of Mitochondria ( Part B) / (Structure and functions)
In that We have discussed following terms –
It is a double membrane bound organelle found in eukaryotic organisms.
– It is known as powerhouse of the cell.
– It is a semiautonomous organelle.
Structure of Mitochondria –
1) outer membrane
2) inner membrane
3) intermembrane space- (space between outer and inner membrane)
4) Cristae ( Formed by infoldings of the inner membrane)
5) Matrix (Space within the inner membrane)
Functions of mitochondria-
A) Energy conversion
1. Pyruvate and citric acid cycle
2. NADH and FADH2 ( ETC)
3. Heat Production
B) Storage of calcium ions
C) Cellular proliferation regulations
D) other functions
1. Role in Apoptosis (programmed cell death)
2. Regulation of immunity
3. Steroid synthesis
4. Extra Chromosomal Inheritance
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