Cell_Structure_EXAM_ONE

Cell_Structure_EXAM_ONE - Cell Structure Exam One 1. What...

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Cell Structure – Exam One 1. What factor is the major limit to cell size? the ration of volume to cell surface is the biggest factor. if it gets too big, it will take too long to transport necessary molecules form the cytoplasmic mebrane or nucleus out to the environmment or vica versa. size is usually regulated by genes encoded in the DNA. 2. List three ways to study cells: Light microscopy, electron microscopy, homogenization. 3. All cells have a _____cell membrane______ which separates the outside of a cell from the high degree of organization inside a cell. 4. All cellular life contains ___dna_______ as its genetic material. The portion involved in protein synthesis is _____ribosomes________. 5. The cell’s metabolism occurs in ____cytosol_______. This also facilitates movement of organelles through the cell. 6. What are the differences between a eukaryotic and prokaryotic cell? - prokaryotes have no nucleus and lack membrane bound organelles. Instead have a nucleoid region. Eukaryotes are much larger.
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