CHAPTER 4 Outline (1)

CHAPTER 4 Outline (1) - CHAPTER 4: A TOUR OF THE CELL...

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36 CHAPTER 4: A TOUR OF THE CELL Concepts to Master I. THE CELL IS THE BASIC UNIT OF LIFE II. PROKARYOTIC CELLS ARE SMALL AND STRUCTURALLY SIMPLE III. EUKARYOTIC CELLS CONTAIN A VARIETY OF COMPARTMENTS IV. ALL CELLS ARE SURROUNDED BY A PLASMA MEMBRANE I. THE CELL IS THE BASIC UNIT OF LIFE A. The Cell Theory Describes the Pattern of Life (p. 57) CELL THEORY
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37 B. Cells are Small. (pp. 56-57) C . Two Types of Structurally Different Cells Make Up the Three Domains of Life (p. 58) II. PROKARYOTIC CELLS ARE SMALL AND STRUCTURALLY SIMPLE. A . All Prokaryotic Cells Have a Plasma Membrane, Nucleoid, and Ribosomes. (p. 58) PLASMA MEMBRANE NUCLEOID
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38 RIBOSOMES B . Some Prokaryotes Have Cell walls, Capsules, Pili, and Flagella. (p. 56) CELL WALL CAPSULE PILI FLAGELLA C. Prokaryotes Come in Three Common Shapes . (p. 304) MyBiology Activity: Prokaryotic Cell Structure and Function
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39 III. EUKARYOTIC CELLS CONTAIN A VARIETY OF COMPARTMENTS A . Eukaryotic Cells Compartmentalize their Cellular (Chemical) Reactions within Organelles . (p. 59) ORGANELLES CYTOPLASM B . Animal and Plant Cells have Many but not All Organelles in Common ANIMAL CELL PLANT CELL
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