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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of vacuoles:

Derived Form of vacuoles

root word: vacuole
plural: vacuoles
root word: vacuole
Noun: vacuole
a tiny cavity filled with fluid in the cytoplasm of a cell
Type ofbodily cavity*, cavities, cavums,
Part ofcell,
See alsovacuolated,

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  1. inside there. It's also important, vacuoles in cell growth as well. So vacuoles I like
  2. large vacuoles. The acid inside these vacuoles after they have formed
  3. microscopy and he actually was able to see these vacuoles which were unusual
  4. and putting them into vacuoles which would then end up in the lysosomes. -So if
  5. in this video, that the cells in fact get full of these vacuoles
  6. and you have an accumulation of these vacuoles,
  7. where she describes how organisms break out of vacuoles
  8. central vacuole. Plant cells can push water into vacuoles which provides turgor pressure
  9. So, the vacuoles are also kind of a storage container for the cell. It can contain water,
  10. doesn't need anymore, like wastes. Some animal cells also have vacuoles,
  11. So the lysosome pinches off droplets of the cytosol, converts them into vacuoles,
  12. You have got vacuoles, you've got endoplasmic
  13. In the vacuoles , which are, you can kind of view them as
  14. And so now the malate can be pumped out of the vacuoles
  15. In plants, you have things called lytic vacuoles, and
  16. where large particles are internalized in tight fitting large vacuoles.
  17. of endocytic organelles. These are vesicles, vacuoles, tubular structures,
  18. is present on the membrane of these vacuoles containing the parasites
  19. associated with the membrane of these vacuoles.
  20. organelles that we would call vacuoles