lecture 6-cell structure - OBJECTIVES: Describe the...

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OBJECTIVES: Describe the difference between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells Describe the organelles (structures and functions) found in Eukaryotic cells Put it all together! What, where, to what avail?
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IV. Cell structure and function Cell theory recap: Every organism is composed of one or more cells The cell is the smallest unit having properties of life New cells are a result of cell division; they come from preexisting cells All cells must have: -plasma membrane (creates a separate internal environment) -genetic information (DNA and RNA code for proteins w/ ribosomes) -ways to reproduce -ways to transform energy (metabolism, in cytoplasm or organelles)
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IV. Cell structure and function A. Prokaryotic cells 1. General structure -unicellular, very small 2. Contain: -plasma membrane and cell wall -cytoplasm -chromosomes-circular DNA in central area
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IV. Cell structure and function A. Prokaryotic cells 2. Contain: -ribosome -flagella
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A. Prokaryotic cells 3. Comprise 2 of 3 Domains - Eubacteria - Archaea
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B. Eukaryotic cells 1. General structure - 2. Contain: -plasma membrane and cell wall(some) -cytoplasm –semi-fluid pool of raw materials -organelles -chromosomes-linear DNA in membrane bound nucleus 3. Eukarya Domain Multiple Kingdoms: Protista Plantae fungi animal
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IV. Cell structure and function
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This note was uploaded on 11/20/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 101 taught by Professor Freeman during the Fall '11 term at Gustavus Adolphus College.

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