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Cell parts/ functions Review
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State the Cell Theory.
all living things are composed of one or more cells, cells are the most basic form of life, and cells can only come from other cells
What is the major difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes?
Pokaryotes don't have a nucleus
Pancreatic cells produce a lot of digestive enzymes that are exported out of the pancreas and into the small intestine. What organelle would you expect pancreatic cells to have more of that other cells in the body? why?
What is the function of the cytoskeleton?
provides the cell with support and structure
What are cell walls made of in fungi?
Where do plastids come from? (what are they derived of?)
what is the flagellum for?
where do we believe endosymbiotic organelles (cell parts) come from? ( what were they before they were cell parts?) What evidence is there to support this idea?
Were bacteria, double membrane, can't be the cell has to come from others, has their own genetic material.
Which are longer? Cilia or flagella?
What are tissues composed of?
What are organ systems composed of?
What is the name of the vesicle that detoxifies chemicals produced in the normal function of animal?
Which cell part(s) is/ are found in animal cells, but not found in plant cells?
centrioles and lysomose
Which cell part(s) is/ are found in plant cells, but not in animal cells?
large vacules, cell wall, and chloroplasts
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