Biol1020-9.27-eukaryotic cells

Biol1020-9.27-eukaryotic cells - Eurokaryotic cells:...

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Eurokaryotic cells: Surrounded by nuclear envelope Envelope consists of a double membrane Double membrane is made of a phospholipid bilayer Nuclear pores They are specific; they only let certain things out and in Chromosomes Contains a nucleus The nucleus is the metabolic headquarter of the cell It contains genetic material called chromatin Chromatin is condensed to chromosomes Histones- the protein in the nucleus related to DNA Nucleolus- the site of ribosomal assembly in the center of the nucleus Nucleus contains: Nuclear envelope Nuclear pores Nuclear sap Nuclear matrix Chromatin Chromosomes Nucleolus Ribosomes- the sites of protein synthesis Found in 2 places: Free in cytoplasm Attached to membranous surface, called the endoplasmic reticulum Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)- a network of interconnecting tubes and channels Found in cytoplasm of cell It is a tubular structure, hollow on the inside with ribosomes attached
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2008 for the course BIOL 1020 taught by Professor Dute during the Fall '06 term at Auburn University.

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Biol1020-9.27-eukaryotic cells - Eurokaryotic cells:...

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