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Term:intracellular non-membrane-bounded organelle
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Definition:Organized structure of distinctive morphology and function, not bounded by a lipid bilayer membrane and occurring within the cell. Includes ribosomes, the cytoskeleton and chromosomes.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: intracellular non-membrane-enclosed organelle


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  cellular_component 20610
    cellular anatomical entity 20359
      organelle 13271
        non-membrane-bounded organelle 5196
          intracellular non-membrane-bounded organelle 5179
            arciform density 0
            aster + 11
            bacterial nucleoid + 0
            bacterial thylakoid + 0
            blepharoplast 0
            centriole 137
            chlorosome + 0
            chromocenter + 18
            chromosome + 1424
            contractile fiber + 247
            contractile vacuole complex + 0
            crystalloid 0
            cytoskeleton + 2175
            deuterosome 5
            gas vesicle + 0
            goblet cell theca 0
            kinetochore + 126
            lipid droplet + 98
            mitochondrial cloud 0
            mitochondrial nucleoid + 48
            nematocyst 0
            nucleolus + 938
            nucleolus-like body 0
            plastid nucleoid + 0
            podosome + 33
            polyhedral organelle + 0
            protein aggregate center 0
            pyrenoid 0
            ribonucleoprotein granule + 260
            ribosome + 757
            spectrosome 0
            spindle + 352
            synaptic ribbon 0
            transmembrane actin-associated (TAN) line 0
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