1 Cells - genes/functions) o Morphological differences...

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Cells  18:49 The bond between monomers is a peptide bond o Many peptide bonds  polypeptide bond Most things ending in –ase are enzymes Tertiary structure is held together by R-group interactions Endomembrane system- protein synthesis, how cells transport and synthesize  products Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes o Genetic difference Prokaryotes (simpler-less genes/functions), Eukaryotes (complex-more 
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Unformatted text preview: genes/functions) o Morphological differences Prokaryotes (smaller, no endomembrane system), Eukaryotes (bigger, endomembrane system) o Diversity differences Prokaryotes (older), more in this classroom Protein synthesis Transcription and Translation of the genome 18:49 18:49...
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