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BILD10 How to Study Cells

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BILD10: How to Study Cells 1/22/2008 Organization of Cells There are two types, Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic. Prokaryotic cells are bacteria. The bacteria world is all prokaryotic cells. Prokaryotic cells are generally small. Eukaryotic cells are everything else other than bacteria. Eukaryotic cells are generally large. o Enclosed by a plasma membrane called the cell wall. Bacteria tend to have Pili, small like arms. Propeller-like structure called flagellum. Animal vs. Plant Cell o Prokaryotic cells are usually around 1micron. Eukaryotic cells are usually around 10- 100microns. Viruses: Almost inner chemicals. It has to enter a cell in order to multiple. It has no life outside of the cell. Vesicles Plasma Membrane Cytosol The Plasma Membrane One side is hydrophilic where it likes water, and the other side is hydrophobic, or water fear. Hydrophilic heads are attracted to water ends where the hydrophobic tails turn inward, causing a doubt layer cell. Water cells cannot move through the plasma membrane w/o help. Proteins are embedded within the lipid bilayer. Proteins are
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