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Chapter 7: A tour of the Cell http://www.studiodaily.com/main/searchlist/6850.html
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Figure 6.4 Electron micrographs Transmission Electron Microscopy Scanning Electron Microscopy
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Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes Procaryotes Bacteria and cyanobacteria 1-10 μ m Few or no organelles Circular DNA No cytoskeleton or cytoplasmic streaming Chromosomes segregate by attachments to plasma membrane Mainly unicellular Eucaryotes Protists, fungi, plants and animals 5-100 μ m Organelles Long linear DNA Cytoskeleton and cytoplasmic streaming Chromosomes segregate by cytoskeletal spindle apparatus Often multicellular
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Advantage for Eukaryotic cells Compartmentalization TEM of liver cell Organelles allow compartmentalization Processes can be segregated Gradients established that can drive chemical reactions Protein trafficking possible Toxic chemicals can be segregated and eliminated Compounds can be stored
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The plasma membrane Fluid mosaic model
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The nucleus and its envelope Nuclei and actin
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The Nucleus
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