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MicroBIO ch.4

MicroBIO ch.4 - Term Definition Prokaryotic Cells Without...

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Term: Prokaryotic Cells Definition: - Without nucleus - Bacteria - Achaea Term: Eukaryotic Cells Definition: - With Nucleus - Anything living that is not bacteria/archaea Term: Cells and Life Definition: All living things (single and multicellular) are made of cells that share some common characteristics: - Basic Shapes - Internal content: cytoplasm surrounded by membrane - DNA chromosomes, ribosomes, metabolic capabilities Term: Heredity Definition: transmission of genetic material to the next generation in the form of chromosomes carrying DNA
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Term: Reproduction Definition: the generation of offspring that keeps an organisms line going Term: Growth Definition: 1) the increase in size population 2) increase in size of organism Term: Development Definition: process of cell change that leads to the full expression of an organisms genetic traits Term: Prokaryotic flagellum Definition: appendage of truly amazing construction and is certainly unique in the biological world.
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