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Biol 1408 Ch 4-5 Pset 2011 Fall

Biol 1408 Ch 4-5 Pset 2011 Fall - Chapter 4 1 Please state...

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Chapter 4 1. Please state the two different types of cells (NOT PLANT AND ANIMAL) and discuss their differences. 2. Please list the four processes of eukaryotic cells and list the organelles involved in these processes. 3. Please give the function of the following organelles: Ribosome: Endoplasmic Reticulum: Golgi Apparatus: Lysosome: Mitochondria: Chloroplast: Microfilaments: Microtubules: Intermediate Filaments:
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4. Please list the organelles that are found in an animal cell, but not a plant cell. 5. Please list the organelles that are found in a plant cell, but not an animal cell. 6. What are three different junctions used by animal cells to attach or communicate? Please give a brief description of the role that each junction plays. 7. What is the name of the junction that allows plant cells to attach to one another and pass nutrients or molecules between two or more plant cells? Chapter 5 8. Name all the macromolecules that can be found in the membranes of cells. These can be molecules that make up the membranes themselves, or molecules “stuck” in the membrane.
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