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Unformatted text preview: • rotated like a screw to propel the cell forward • uses proton gradient on the membrane to power the flagellum's mov't (process also used by some enzymes that produce ATP in mitochondria/chloroplasts) prokaryotic interior organization- very simple, no membrane-bounded organelles • no interior support >> prokaryotic cell's strength depends on cell wall • membrane performs much of the tasks done by organelles in eukaryotes • prokaryote acts as a single unit (no specific task done only at a specific area) eukaryotes- much more complex than prokaryotes • compartmentalization possible through endomembrane system and organelles • vesicles- sacs that store/transport certain materials • chromosomes- compact units of DNA • cytoskeleton- internal protein support for the cell • animals and some protists lack cell walls • central vacuole- large sac holding proteins, pigments, waste in plants Animal Cell Plant Cell...
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