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Introduction Chapter 1 Key Points: 1. Universality of biochemistry 2. Cells and compartments 3. Chemical reactivity
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“tree of life”
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Bacteria
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Gram negative cells have a periplasmic space
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1-7a
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1-36 Endosymbiont Hypothesis
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Electron micrograph of liver cell What does it take for a cell to be “alive”? Integrity of compartment Energy Respond to environment Reproduce itself
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