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Zascavage 1408 Lecture 3 Review: The Cell Describe the plasma membrane. (What is it made of? What is the model called? What does it look like? What does it do?) Describe the nucleus Describe the endoplasmic reticulum. What’s the difference between the smooth and the rough? Describe the ribosomes Describe the golgi apparatus Describe the lysosomes Describe vacuoles Describe the flow through the endomembrane system Describe peroxisomes Describe the chloroplasts
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Unformatted text preview: Describe the mitochondria Describe the cytoskeleton (include the function of the microtubules) Describe the cell wall Describe the extracellular matrix Describe the 3 types of cell junctions Where can you find DNA in each type of cell? Compare and contrast plant and animal cells What does the cell theory state? What are the benefits of each type of microscope? Why are cells really small? Compare and contrast prokaryotes and eukaryotes...
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