SCI 106 Cell Structure OK SUCCESS Quest

SCI 106 Cell Structure OK SUCCESS Quest - Cell Structure...

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Cell Structure  and  Cell Function , Cytoskeleton  and Plant Cells
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Two Basic Types of Cells Prokaryotes Eukaryotes CYTOLOGY is the science concerned with the study of cells
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Prokaryotes PRO = Before KARYOTE = Nucleus
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Plasma Membrane, Cell Wall and Capsule capsule plasma membrane cell wall
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Eukaryotes EU = True KARYTOTES = Nucleus
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Eukaryotes Unicellular Protists : amoeba & paramecium Multicellular: Fungi, Plants, Animals Eukaryotes include basically, all organisms except bacteria
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Generalized Animal Cell Based on Electron Microscopic Studies 4
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Organelles The organelles in a eukaryotic cell are membrane bound . Therefore, each organelle is a separate compartment. Each one carries out its own chemical reactions without any interference from another organelle’s reactions.
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Biologists believe…. Eukaryotes evolved from Prokaryotes Prokaryotes appeared on earth about 3.5 billion years ago .
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Cellular Organelles in the Eukaryote
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Mitochondrial Membrane Inner membrane – highly folded for more surface area
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course SCI 106 taught by Professor Abdirkin during the Fall '07 term at St. Thomas FL.

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SCI 106 Cell Structure OK SUCCESS Quest - Cell Structure...

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