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Intracellular Components

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Intracellular Components Problems Problem : Identify the cell nucleus, mitochondria, and peroxisomes in the following diagram. Figure %: Eukaryotic cell Solution for Problem 1 >> Figure %: Solution
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Problem : What is the name of the structures into which DNA is packaged inside the cell nucleus? Solution for Problem 2 >> DNA is packaged into chromosomes with proteins in the cell nucleus. Problem : Does the nucleus allow molecules to pass across its double membrane? Solution for Problem 3 >> Yes. The nuclear membrane contains pores that allow only certain molecules to pass across its membrane either in or out of the cell. Problem : Why does the mitochondria have two distinct sub-compartments? Solution for Problem 4 >> Mitochondrial membranes have two layers—an inner and outer membrane. As a result, there are two distinct spaces in the organelle. One between the inner and outer membranes, called the intermembrane space, and one within the inner membrane, called the matrix space.
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