Lecture 8 Eukaryotic Cells

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Eukaryotic Cells Lecture 8
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Eukaryotics Eukaryotic cells are large complex cells divided into separate compartments by membrane-bound components called organelles Eukaryotic organisms can be multi-cellular or single celled
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The nucleus : contains the genetic material--> chromosomes The nuclear envelope : allows movement of molecules into and out of the nucleus--> double membrane
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Endoplasmic Reticulum : extensive membrane network involved in synthesis of lipids, proteins and cholesterol Golgi complex : secretion of cellular products
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Lysosome : contains digestive enzymes, breaks down molecules. Is involved in phagocytosis of materials Peroxisome : contains hydrogen peroxide.
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Ribosomes : site of protein synthesis, larger than bacterial ribosomes
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 –  cytoskeleton – anchoring  organelles, supporting framework, shape changes and movement 
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Mitochondrion : site of energy synthesis
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Mitochondria Endosymbiotic theory
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What are the differences between pro and eukaryotes?? Always unicellular
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