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MCDB 1B Infoldings of the plasma membrane of certain prokaryotes Microtubules v microfilaments Pili Cell wall supports the plant cell and determines its shapes. The nuclear envelope is not composed of 2 membranes. Ribosomes are found in a chloroplast. The one type of cell always lacking a cell wall is the animal cell. DNA is found in the chlroplast stroma. Materials that enter and leave the Golgi are not destined for export from the celll. Animal cells have more ribosomes than vacuoles, flagellum, plastids, or nuclei. Plastids are not a component of the endomembrane system. If you removed the pili from a bacterial cell, the bacterium would not adhere to other cells as well. Chromatin is a series of entangled threads composed of DNA and protein. Desmosomes are structures that contain networks of keratin fibers and hold adjacent cells together. Hair and intermediate filaments are composed of keratin.
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course MCDB 1B taught by Professor Weimbs during the Winter '08 term at UCSB.

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