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Focus Questions: Cell Structure 1.  Where do cells come from?  How many different basic cell types are there? 2.  Are there any physical limits on the size of cells?  If so, what are they and why are they  important? 3.  Describe the basic structure of a prokaryotic cell.  What distinguishes them from eukaryotic  cells?  What organelles are found in prokaryotic cells? 4.  What is the basic architectural principle seen in eukaryotic cells? 5.  What is the structure of the nuclear membrane?  What structures are found in the nucleus and  how are they related to function? 6.  Where are proteins made, and what organelle(s) is/are involved? 7.  What are the subdivisions of the endomembrane system?  Are they functionally distinct, if not,  how are they related? 8.  What is the role of the RER in the cell?  The SER?
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