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Friday, febuary 2, 2007 - Plasma Membrane Present in...

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Plasma Membrane Present in Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes Semi-Fluid mosaic Phospholipids Proteins Semi-Permeable barrier between contents of cell and environment. Nucleus Present in Eukaryotes Enclosed by nuclear envelope – a double membrane with pores. Contains linear chromosomes Contains the nucleolus – region of nucleus where ribosomal subunits are assembled. Genetic Material in Eukaryotes Linear strands of DNA complexed with proteins (histones) Linear chromosomes Genetic Material in Prokaryotes Circular strands of DNA “naked” - not complexed with histone proteins. Nucleolus Places where ribosomes are assembled Ribosomes Present in Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes
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Differ in size (Prokaryotes have smaller ribosomes) and antibiotic susceptibility. Consist of two subunits Subunits made of rRNA and protein. Site of protein synthesis Occur free in cytoplasm or in association with the rough ER. Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)
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