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4-cellsmod - cell shape& movement Intermediate filaments...

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Structure of Cells
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fluorescence
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Electron Microscopes
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Prokaryotic cells
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Animal cell
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Plant cell
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Nucleus Acetabularia
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Endoplasmic reticulum (ER)
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Golgi complex/apparatus/body secretory secretory
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Food vacuoles
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Contractile vacuoles Move water out
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Plant cell: Central vacuole
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Lysosomes
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Mitochondrion (in almost all eukaryotes) apoptosis
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Chloroplast (in all photosynthetic eukaryotes, & maybe a few others)
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Cytoskeleton
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Microtubules Cell division, internal movement, cilia & flagella
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Microfilaments
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Unformatted text preview: cell shape & movement Intermediate filaments Maintain cell shape & strength, provide anchorage Animal cell centrioles in centrosome ring center “9 + 0” arrangement 9 + 0 Flagella & cilia Plasma = cell membrane 5.6 Prokaryotic cells peptidoglycan Fungal cell wall (chitin) Algal cell wall Plant cell cellulose middle lamella Animal cell Cool cell video (animal cell; very dynamic) http://multimedia.mcb.harvard.edu/media.html...
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