Cells Outline (answers)

Cells Outline (answers) - 1) Cells are basic unit of...

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EUKARYOTES PROKARYOTES 1) Cells are basic unit of organisms 2) Cell theory a) ALL living things are made of 1 or more cells b) All cells come from pre-existing cells c) Cells are the basic unit of living things 3) Number of cells a) Unicellular- composed of one cell b) Multicellular- composed of many cells 4) Types of cells a) Prokaryotes i) Includes bacteria ii) NO nucleus iii) NO membrane-bound structures (organelles) iv) They have DNA b) Eukaryotes- i) have 3 basic structures
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(1) Nucleus (2) Cell membrane (3) Cytoplasm with organelles ii) Almost ALL cells are eukaryotic (plants, animals) iii) 2 types of eukaryotic cells (1) Animal (2) Plant iv) They have organelles (1) Have specific functions (2) Found throughout the cytoplasm (3) Examples of organelles (a) Golgi bodies (i) Stacks of flattened sacs (ii) Have a shipping and receiving side (iii) Receive and modify proteins made by ER (iv) Mail man of the cell
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(b) Lysosome (i) Contains digestive enzymes (ii) Break down food and worn out cell parts
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2011 for the course BIOL 2107 taught by Professor Brookshire during the Spring '08 term at Kennesaw.

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