Single Membrane / Double membrane /no membrane?

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Nucleus - Double membrane
Nucleolus- no membrane
Chromatin- no membrane
Nuclear Envelope - Double membrane
Smooth/Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum -single Membrane
Golgi Body- single Membrane
Central Vacuole- single Membrane
Lysosomes - single Membrane
Chloroplasts - Double membrane
Mitochondria - Double membrane
Ribosomes -no membrane
Cilia-No membrane
Flagellum- No membrane
Am I right?
 

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Looks good to me, though I'm not sure about cilia and flagella. Both are not separated from the cytoplasm by a membrane, but they are structures on the plasma membrane, which is a single membrane.
 
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CIlia/ flagella are encased by the cell membrane (lipid bilayer).
 
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And peroxisome is bound by single membrane,right?
 
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