cellsvir - Cells Organized labor at its finest! What is the...

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Cells Organized labor at its finest!
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What is the importance? Division of labor Increased Surface Area Regulation
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Prokaryotes Simplest No organelles No nucleus No membrane bound organelles DNA uncomplexed by histones
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Prokaryotes
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Prokaryotes Prokaryotes can live in the coldest, hottest, most acidic and most highly pressurized environments. They can live in places such as beneath the earth in bare rock, under glaciers, floating around in clouds and miles down on the sea floor at temperatures greater than 100 C.
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Bacteria
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Bacteria Bacteria live mostly on the surfaces of objects where they grow as colonies. Bacteria are important in making soil, feeding cows, controlling insects, making medicines, making bioplastics, making plants grow, degrading pollutants such as oil and plastics as well as in causing disease.
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Bacteria Most bacterial species are un-named and unidentified Tens of thousands of species have been isolated There are more than 15,000 known species of bacteria living in the sea Most famous is E.coli (Escherichia coli)
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This note was uploaded on 12/28/2011 for the course STEP 1 taught by Professor Dr.aslam during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.

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