Eukaryotic Cell Structure

Eukaryotic Cell Structure - includes the cytosol and all of...

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Eukaryotic Cell Structure . All eukaryotic cells possess membrane-bound organelles that divide them into compartments and each represents a structure with a distinct function. In addition, eukaryotic cells possess a distinct nucleus surrounded by two membranes that constitute the nuclear membrane. Cytoplasm - region between the nucleus of the cell and the plasma membrane. Term
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Unformatted text preview: includes the cytosol and all of the organelles except for the nucleus. Cytosol- refers to the fluid component of the cytoplasm. Nucleoplasm- corresponding material within the nucleus. Cells have to grow, replace worn-out parts, and repair themselves. They must synthesize the proteins and other complex molecules of which they are made....
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This document was uploaded on 11/03/2011 for the course BIOLOGY MCB2010 at Broward College.

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