Lec4 - Cells Membranes Diffusion Thurs Prokaryotes vs...

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Cells, Membranes & Diffusion Thurs 9/8/11 Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotic cells plants vs. animals cells plasma membranes of cells osmosis - movement of water active transport - energy required endocytosis & exocytosis - large molecules
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Cell sizes cells are typically why aren’t cells larger? Figure 3.1 Figure 3.2
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Bacteria & Archaea plasma membrane surrounded sometimes a movement via Figure 3.3 Cell Structure: Prokaryotes
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DNA within a ‘ many ribosomes important in smaller and structurally different from Figure 3.3 Cell Structure: Prokaryotes
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Eukarya -- Plant vs. Animal Cells fig 3.5 fig 3.4 plant cell animal cell
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Eukarya -- Plant vs. Animal Cells fig 3.5 plant cell animal cell cytoplasm : nucleus : ribosomes : endoplasmic reticulum smooth : rough : fig 3.4
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Membranes: importance examples:
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hydrophilic end - head hydrophobic end - tails Plasma Membrane:
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