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Cell Structures Cell types Procaryotic Eucaryotic Structures What are they? What are their functions?
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Procaryotic Cells Bacteria and Archaea Structures Include: Nucleoid Ribosomes Mesosome Flagella
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Figure 6.6
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Eucaryotic Cells All other organisms Feature membrane bound organelles
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Cell Structures Describe the: Structure Function
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Nucleus Surrounded by a double membrane w/pores Contains the chromosomes Central role in cell reproduction
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Figure 6.10
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Endoplasmic Reticulum Network of membrane within the cytoplasm Rough ER, with ribosomes Smooth ER, without ribosomes
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Endoplasmic Reticulum Rough ER produce proteins for export from the cell, also new membrane Smooth ER metabolic activity, synthesis of lipids, carbohydrate metabolism, drug detox.
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Figure 6.12
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Golgi Apparatus A series of flattened membrane sacs Packaging and manufacturing center for material leaving the cell
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Figure 6.13
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Vesicles containing hydrolytic enzymes Digest macromolcules
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