Chapter 4 - Chapter 4: Anatomy (and Functions) of the...

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Chapter 4 : Anatomy (and Functions) of the Eukaryotic Cell 1. What are the two facts of Cell Theory? 2. Eukaryotic cells perform two essential functions to keep a body alive. What are those functions? 3. As presented in lecture, what are the three general physical features that all eukaryotic cells share? 4. Despite having common features, cells specialize to perform certain functions. This specialization causes cells then to be diverse in size, function, and type. Name three different kinds of cells and describe how they are specialized to perform their own unique functions (four were presented in lecture). 5. What is an organelle? (You will probably have to use your book here.) 6. List the six “parts” of the eukaryotic cell. 7. The plasma membrane is structured as a phospholipid bilayer, which helps the cell serve what critical purpose? Describe this structure and explain how it works to fulfill this purpose. 8.
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This note was uploaded on 07/05/2011 for the course BISC 102 taught by Professor Thibeault during the Spring '08 term at Ole Miss.

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Chapter 4 - Chapter 4: Anatomy (and Functions) of the...

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