Ch 4 Bio - Chapter 4 Cells: The Working Units of Life Pr o...

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Chapt er 4, page 1 Chapter 4 Cells: The Working Units of Life Prokaryot ic cells
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Chapt er 4, page 2 The eucaryot ic cell
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Chapt er 4, page 4 Mit ochondria Chloroplasts Lysosomes Peroxisomes Vacuoles
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Chapt er 4, page 8 Nuclear Lamins Kerat ins Type III Int ermediat e filaments Neurofilaments
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Chapt er 4, page 12 Chapt er 4 Key Words Cell theory Cell wall Endosymbiosis Eukaryotes Photosynthesis Prokaryotes Protobiont Symbiosis Actin Basal body Centriole Cilium Cytoskeleton Dynein Flagellum Intermediate filaments Kinesin Motor proteins Myosin Microfilament Microtubules Tubulin Chromatin Chromosome Nuclear envelope Nucleolus Nucleoplasm Nucleus Chlorophyll Chloroplast Cytoplasm Cytosol Endomembrane system Endoplasmic reticulum (ER) Extracellular matrix Plasma membrane Golgi apparatus . Lysosome Mitochondrion Organelles Peroxisome Ribosome Rough ER Stroma Vacuole Vesicle Plastid Thylakoid Glyoxysome Granum
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Chapt er 4, page 13 Chapt er 4 Highlights: I. The Cell: The Basic Unit of Life A. Cells may have come from stable bubbles B. Cell size is limited by the surface area-to-volume ratio C. Microscopes are needed to visualize cells D. Cells are surrounded by a plasma membrane E. Cells show two organizational patterns II. Prokaryotic Cells A. Prokaryotic cells lack nucleus and other intracellular membrane compartments III. Eukaryotic Cells A. Compartmentalization is the key to eukaryotic cell function B. Eukaryotes contain many membrane encased organelles with specialized roles IV. Organelles that Process Information
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