cellular organization questions

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Rachel Romm Ms. Mackley Bio IH P5 29 October 2008 Cellular Organization Questions 1. A prokaryotic cell differs from a eukaryotic cell because a eukaryote has membranes around its organelles and a prokaryote has only free-floating organelles. A eukaryote also has complex set of chromosomes while a prokaryote has a circular one. 2. Structures that unicellular organisms have adapted to are: flagella, can move toward and away from light, 3. The onion epidermis lacks chloroplast because the part of the onion that was looked at is
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Unformatted text preview: a root that grows underground that normally does not have much contact with the sun therefore, it does not produce chloroplast. 4. Chlamydomonas, Paramecium, and Volvox can all be found in a body of water. It would be likely to find Chlamydomonas and Volvox together because they both like in fresh water while Paramecium live in stagnant water....
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