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Bio 2 Chapter 7 Science Biology Cells Bryn
cell
plasma membrane
organelles
eukaryotic cells
the basic structural and functional unit of all living organi…
a special boundary that helps control what enters and leaves…
specialized structures that carry out specific cell functions
cells that contain a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles
cell
the basic structural and functional unit of all living organi…
plasma membrane
a special boundary that helps control what enters and leaves…
bio 2 cell biology
the jobs of cells
cell membrane
vacuoles and vesicles
lysosomes
make energy, make proteins, make more cells
separates cell from outside.. phospholipid bilayer
move and store material.. membrane sac
digest food, clean up and recycle.. membrane sac of digested…
the jobs of cells
make energy, make proteins, make more cells
cell membrane
separates cell from outside.. phospholipid bilayer
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Bio #2: cell biology
Prokaryote
Eukaryote
Phospholipid
Organelle
a microscopic single-celled organism that has neither a disti…
organism whose cells contain a nucleus and other organelles e…
Molecule that forms a double-layered cell membrane; consists…
Membrane bound structure that is specialized to perform a dis…
Prokaryote
a microscopic single-celled organism that has neither a disti…
Eukaryote
organism whose cells contain a nucleus and other organelles e…
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Science Cell Bio 2
carbohydrates
lipids
proteins
nuclei acids
function: store energy, provide structure... what it looks like:…
function: storage energy and transport... what it looks like: a…
function: transport... what it looks like: a big zig-zag chain o…
function: store genetic information... what it looks like: phosp…
carbohydrates
function: store energy, provide structure... what it looks like:…
lipids
function: storage energy and transport... what it looks like: a…
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Bio Lecture 2 - Cell Biology
Prokaryotic Characteristics
Flagellar Motor
Chemotaxis
Bacterial Pili
-Plasma membrane... - Some have cell wall (rigid peptidoglycan)…
Motor at base that causes it to spin. ... Counterclockwise rotat…
Swim to good things and away from bad things
Short thread-like structure from surface ... Help bacteria adher…
Prokaryotic Characteristics
-Plasma membrane... - Some have cell wall (rigid peptidoglycan)…
Flagellar Motor
Motor at base that causes it to spin. ... Counterclockwise rotat…
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Bio Final => Cell Biology
cell
theory
membrane
nucleus
Basic unit of life
..., idea that all living things are composed of cells, cells…
A thin, flexible barrier around a cell; regulates what enters…
Control center of the cell. Contains DNA.
cell
Basic unit of life
theory
..., idea that all living things are composed of cells, cells…
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Bio Final => Cell Biology
phospholipid bilayer
cell membrane
fluid mosaic model
semipermeable membrane
plasma membrane layers composed of phospholipid molecules arr…
double-layer of phospholipids that forms a boundary between a…
model that describes the arrangement and movement of the mole…
A membrane that allows some molecules to pass through but doe…
phospholipid bilayer
plasma membrane layers composed of phospholipid molecules arr…
cell membrane
double-layer of phospholipids that forms a boundary between a…
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Bio: Ch. 2 - The Science of Biology
observation
data
quantitative data
qualitative data
use of the senses to gather and record information about stru…
recorded observations
data recorded as measurements: height, weight, age etc.
data in the form of descriptions: behaviors, colors, smells e…
observation
use of the senses to gather and record information about stru…
data
recorded observations
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Cell Biology Science Olympiad 2
glycolysis aerobic
anaerobic
aerobic respiration
fermentation
what are the two stages of cellular respiration? _________ an…
what reactions do not require O2? ______ reactions
the process when pyruvic acid is broken down and NADH is used…
the breakdown of pyruvic acid by enzymes, bacteria, yeasts or…
glycolysis aerobic
what are the two stages of cellular respiration? _________ an…
anaerobic
what reactions do not require O2? ______ reactions
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Bio Final => Cell Biology
phospholipid bilayer
cell membrane
fluid mosaic model
semipermeable membrane
plasma membrane layers composed of phospholipid molecules arr…
double-layer of phospholipids that forms a boundary between a…
model that describes the arrangement and movement of the mole…
A membrane that allows some molecules to pass through but doe…
phospholipid bilayer
plasma membrane layers composed of phospholipid molecules arr…
cell membrane
double-layer of phospholipids that forms a boundary between a…
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Cell and Tissue Biology: Cell Bio 2
Multidrug Resistant Transporters (ATPa…
CFTR Chloride channel
Lactose Intolerance
Linker proteins
-MDR-1: Overexpression of this protein causes cancer cells to…
*cystic fibrosis causes blockage of this channel... Regulates:... 1…
Problem with digestive enzyme on epithelial cells of small in…
-Link plasma membrane to cytoskeleton... -structural support
Multidrug Resistant Transporters (ATPa…
-MDR-1: Overexpression of this protein causes cancer cells to…
CFTR Chloride channel
*cystic fibrosis causes blockage of this channel... Regulates:... 1…
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Bio Midterm 2 (Cell Biology)
light microscopy
electron microscopy
Louis Pasteur
diffusion of cells
live or dead material; lower resolution; color
only dead material preferably dried; highest resolution; blac…
discovered that heating beer and wine was enough to kill most…
molecules more from higher concentration to lower concentrati…
light microscopy
live or dead material; lower resolution; color
electron microscopy
only dead material preferably dried; highest resolution; blac…
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Ch 2 Bio What is Science (Biology)
quantitative data
qualitative data
model
science
information collected using numbers (ex. height, weight, etc.)
information collected that is descriptive (ex. stripes, wrink…
a drawing, design or computer program to explain a confusing…
learning about the natural world
quantitative data
information collected using numbers (ex. height, weight, etc.)
qualitative data
information collected that is descriptive (ex. stripes, wrink…
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Bio 201 - Cells and Biology (Exam 2)
nitrogenous base pairs
nucleotide
Purines
Pyrimidines
Adenine and Thymine... Cytosine and Guanine
a unit (monomer) of DNA that consists of one sugar (deoxyribo…
Adenine and Guanine
Cytosine and Thymine
nitrogenous base pairs
Adenine and Thymine... Cytosine and Guanine
nucleotide
a unit (monomer) of DNA that consists of one sugar (deoxyribo…
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BIO 306: Cell Biology Exam 2
why is a small intermembrane space ide…
Draw Linear Electron Transport Chain
What is the ultimate acceptor of elect…
what do UQ and cytochrome C do?
it helps create a large proton concentration, which in turns…
(make sure to include complexes (photosystems in plants)) , p…
oxygen
help pass electrons to the complexes
why is a small intermembrane space ide…
it helps create a large proton concentration, which in turns…
Draw Linear Electron Transport Chain
(make sure to include complexes (photosystems in plants)) , p…
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Bio H: Cell Biology
Cell Theory
Organization of Life
Prokaryotic Cells
Eukaryotic Cells
1. All living organisms are composed of cells.... 2. The cell is…
Chemical/Molecular Level... Organelle Level... Cellular Level... Tissu…
Cell type that has no organelle membranes, no nucleus, is a b…
Cell type with larger, complex, with nucleus, membrane bound…
Cell Theory
1. All living organisms are composed of cells.... 2. The cell is…
Organization of Life
Chemical/Molecular Level... Organelle Level... Cellular Level... Tissu…
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Bio 286 Cell Biology Chapter 2 Panel
Aldehyde
ketone
glyceraldehyde
carboxyl
Aldehyde
ketone
Cell Bio (Biology & Molecules) Chapters 1 & 2
Atom
Molecule
Cell
Organism
the building block of all things
group of atoms that are bonded together
basic unit of life
one or more cells
Atom
the building block of all things
Molecule
group of atoms that are bonded together
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BIO 203 Cell Biology Exam 2
A transmembrane protein has the follow…
Explain as precisely as you can but in…
When an inhibitory neurotransmitter su…
True or False? Explain.... A. The plasma…
A. The properties define a transporter acting as a symport.... B…
When the resting membrane potential of an axon (inside negati…
The driving force for the influx of Cl- across the membrane i…
False. The plasma membrane contains transport proteins that c…
A transmembrane protein has the follow…
A. The properties define a transporter acting as a symport.... B…
Explain as precisely as you can but in…
When the resting membrane potential of an axon (inside negati…
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Science Unit 2-Biology Cell
Plasma Membrane
Smooth ER
Rough ER
Golgi Apparatus
Structure: Double layer of lipids embedded with protein chann…
Structure: Lacks protein-making ribosomes; cistemae (folds)…
Structure: Covered with ribosomes; cistemae (folds); lumen (s…
Structure: Stack of membrane-bound discs ... Function: Sorts pr…
Plasma Membrane
Structure: Double layer of lipids embedded with protein chann…
Smooth ER
Structure: Lacks protein-making ribosomes; cistemae (folds)…
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Bio 20 Cell Biology and Mitosis
Active transport
Osmosis
Cytosol
Phagocytosis
movement of molecules across a cell membrane from a region of…
pontaneous net movement of solvent molecules through a semi-p…
the aqueous component of the cytoplasm of a cell, within whic…
process by which a cell—often a phagocyte or a protist—engulf…
Active transport
movement of molecules across a cell membrane from a region of…
Osmosis
pontaneous net movement of solvent molecules through a semi-p…
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Bio350: Cell Biology Exam 2
What signal sequence is needed to stay…
What signal sequence is needed to go i…
What comes after the ER signal peptide?
What 2 signals are in the ER after the…
No ER signal = complete the protein in the cytosol
ER Signal Peptide... ER retention signal / KDEL (most commonly k…
2 signals: membrane... or ... soluble
signal anchor sequence... and... stop transfer sequence
What signal sequence is needed to stay…
No ER signal = complete the protein in the cytosol
What signal sequence is needed to go i…
ER Signal Peptide... ER retention signal / KDEL (most commonly k…
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BIO 2250: Cell Biology Exam 2
Goldman Equation
Nernst Equation
Lipid Anchored Protein
Peripheral Proteins
Utilize when multiple ions are responsible for the membrane p…
Utilize when one ions is responsible for the membrane potential
Cleaved using phospholipase
"Bump" it off the membrane (competition)
Goldman Equation
Utilize when multiple ions are responsible for the membrane p…
Nernst Equation
Utilize when one ions is responsible for the membrane potential
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Science unit 2 cell biology
Cell Theory
Plasma membrane
nucleus
nucleoplasm
All living organisms are composed of one or more cells... cells…
Cells outer boundary acts as a barrier between the inside and…
genetic control center of the cell
holds the chromatin
Cell Theory
All living organisms are composed of one or more cells... cells…
Plasma membrane
Cells outer boundary acts as a barrier between the inside and…
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2. BIO FINAL- The Science of Biology
Hypothesis
Evidence
Theory
Explain how scientific models are usef…
A probable solution that needs to be tested
Data collected from the experiment
PROVEN hypothesis after being repeated by scientists
You cannot see what is going on inside of an organism, so you…
Hypothesis
A probable solution that needs to be tested
Evidence
Data collected from the experiment
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SL BIO Unit #2 Cell Biology
Cell Theory
Jansen
Leeuwenhoek
Hooke
-all organisms are composed of one or more cells... -all cells…
invented the first compound microscope
"Father of Microbiology",... "animalcules"
Discovered the cellular structure of a cork, introduced the t…
Cell Theory
-all organisms are composed of one or more cells... -all cells…
Jansen
invented the first compound microscope
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BIO: Cell Biology
life functions
paramecium life functions
Scenedesmus (autotroph) life functions
cytosome
metabolism ... reproduction... sensitivity ... homeostasis ... excretion…
M- food contained in small vacuoles with digestive enzymes... R-…
M- photosynthesis... R-internal sexual division... S- may form colo…
specialised membranous feeding groove#
life functions
metabolism ... reproduction... sensitivity ... homeostasis ... excretion…
paramecium life functions
M- food contained in small vacuoles with digestive enzymes... R-…
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Cell Biology BIO 203 Quiz 2
Water molecules are said "to reorganiz…
Five students in your class always sit…
It seems paradoxical that a lipid bila…
Explain why the polypeptide chain of m…
Water is a liquid, and thus hydrogen bonds between water mole…
(B) is the correct analogy for lipid bilayer assembly because…
The fluidity of the bilayer is strictly confined to one plane…
In both an alpha-helix and a beta-barrel the polar peptide bo…
Water molecules are said "to reorganiz…
Water is a liquid, and thus hydrogen bonds between water mole…
Five students in your class always sit…
(B) is the correct analogy for lipid bilayer assembly because…
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7th Science Vocabulary Unit 2: Cell Biology
Atom
Compound
Molecule
Chemical reaction
The smallest particle of an element that keeps the chemical i…
A substance that contains two or more elements that are chemi…
A group of two or more atoms joined together chemically
A process that rearranges the atoms of a molecule of one or m…
Atom
The smallest particle of an element that keeps the chemical i…
Compound
A substance that contains two or more elements that are chemi…
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Bio Unit 2 (science of biology)
Atoms
Three particles in atoms
Proton
Neutrons
The smallest unit of matter that cannot be broken down by che…
Protons, electrons, neutrons
Positively charged particle in an atom's nucleus
Neutrally charged particle in the nucleus of an atom
Atoms
The smallest unit of matter that cannot be broken down by che…
Three particles in atoms
Protons, electrons, neutrons
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AP Bio Unit 2: Cell Biology
cytoplasm
cytosol
Eukaryotic cells
Prokaryotic cells
the interior of a cell
a semifluid substance inside all cells in which organelles ar…
DNA is found in the nucleus, larger than prokaryotic... endoplas…
DNA is concentrated in the nucleoid... Bacteria, and Archaea... No…
cytoplasm
the interior of a cell
cytosol
a semifluid substance inside all cells in which organelles ar…
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phy bio Unit 2: cell biology
ionic bond
ions
atom gains electrons
atom loses electrons
formed when one or more electrons are transfered from one ato…
positively and negatively charged atoms
(-) charge
(+) charge
ionic bond
formed when one or more electrons are transfered from one ato…
ions
positively and negatively charged atoms
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BIO 320 Cell Biology Lecture 2
Western blotting
Breaking cells & tissues
Differential centrifugation
Immunoprecipitation
method of detecting proteins of interest by soaking nitrocell…
1 Break cells with high-frequency sound (ultrasound)... 2 Use a…
...
...
Western blotting
method of detecting proteins of interest by soaking nitrocell…
Breaking cells & tissues
1 Break cells with high-frequency sound (ultrasound)... 2 Use a…
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AP Bio Unit 2: Cell Biology
to optimize surface area to volume rat…
plasma membrane
cytosol
cytoplasm
why are cells small?
selective barrier that allows passage of nutrients (SA)
semifluid, jellylike substance in all cells
interior of any cell/ internal space that cytosol takes up
to optimize surface area to volume rat…
why are cells small?
plasma membrane
selective barrier that allows passage of nutrients (SA)
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Bio 12 Cell Biology
Nucleus
Nucleolus
Nuclear Envelope
Nuclear Pores
Membrane bound organelle that contains chromosomes and can co…
Dark-staining, spherical body in the nucleus that produces ri…
Double membrane that surrounds the nucleus and is continuos w…
Opening in the nuclear envelope which permits the passage of…
Nucleus
Membrane bound organelle that contains chromosomes and can co…
Nucleolus
Dark-staining, spherical body in the nucleus that produces ri…
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Cell Biology (BIO)
Acid
Adenine
ADP
Amino Acid
Molecules tending to raise the hydrogen ion concentration in…
One of four nitrogen-containing bases in nucleotides composin…
Adenosine Diphosphate. Nucleotide with two phosphate groups t…
The building blocks of proteins (monomers)
Acid
Molecules tending to raise the hydrogen ion concentration in…
Adenine
One of four nitrogen-containing bases in nucleotides composin…
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Strand 2: Cell Biology
prokaryotic cell
eukaryotic cell
cell membrane
nucleus
This type of cell lacks a nucleus, but still includes a cell…
This type of cell has a nucleus (which stores DNA), as well a…
A protective barrier made up of proteins and lipids (fats) th…
Organelle in eukaryotic cells which contains the cell's DNA.
prokaryotic cell
This type of cell lacks a nucleus, but still includes a cell…
eukaryotic cell
This type of cell has a nucleus (which stores DNA), as well a…
2.) Cell Biology and Cell Transport
P(rokaryotic)
E(ukaryotic)
E(ukaryotic)
E(ukaryotic)
Are bacteria Prokaryotic, or Eukaryotic?
Do Protists have Prokaryotic, or Eukaryotic cells?
Do Fungi have Prokaryotic, or Eukaryotic cells?
Do Animals have Prokaryotic, or Eukaryotic cells?
P(rokaryotic)
Are bacteria Prokaryotic, or Eukaryotic?
E(ukaryotic)
Do Protists have Prokaryotic, or Eukaryotic cells?
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Rad Bio - Wk 2: Human Cell Biology
The _____ is the basic functional unit…
The human body is composed of about 80…
The _____ in the body provide fuel for…
The endocrine glands produce _____... A)…
B) Cell
D) Water
C) Carbohydrates
A) Hormones
The _____ is the basic functional unit…
B) Cell
The human body is composed of about 80…
D) Water
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BIO341: Cell Biology
All cells...
What is the same in prokaryotes and eu…
What is the importance of organelles?
Function of: nucleus, mitochondria, ER…
1) Have DNA... 2) Are surrounded by a membrane... 3) Have similar c…
Both = membrane bound cell, DNA, similar metabolic processes…
organelles allow for the specialization of tasks, greater eff…
Nucleus = hold DNA... Mitochondria = generates energy for the ce…
All cells...
1) Have DNA... 2) Are surrounded by a membrane... 3) Have similar c…
What is the same in prokaryotes and eu…
Both = membrane bound cell, DNA, similar metabolic processes…
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BIO 264 Cell biology
Large numbers of ribosomes are present…
Which would be the most accurate endom…
This organelle is responsible for the…
Following a meal, glucose must move fr…
proteins
rough endoplasmic reticulum→ Golgi apparatus→vesicles →plasma…
lysosome
facilitated diffusion
Large numbers of ribosomes are present…
proteins
Which would be the most accurate endom…
rough endoplasmic reticulum→ Golgi apparatus→vesicles →plasma…
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Cell Biology Science Olympiad
Cells
energy
capable
True
What contains highly organized molecular and biochemical syst…
Cells use ____ to function?
Cells are (capable/uncapable) of movement
T/F Cells sense environmental changes
Cells
What contains highly organized molecular and biochemical syst…
energy
Cells use ____ to function?
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Cell Biology BIO 151
What did Robert Hooke contribute to th…
What did Matthais Schleiden contribute…
What did Theodor Schwann contribute to…
What did Rudolf Virchow contribute to…
named cells
concluded that all plants are made up of cells
concluded that all animals are made up of cells
all cells come from preexisting cells
What did Robert Hooke contribute to th…
named cells
What did Matthais Schleiden contribute…
concluded that all plants are made up of cells
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Bio 1010 quiz 2, cell biology
Continental drift
plate tectonics
Mass extinction
Ordovician
movement of the Earth's crust by plate tectonics resulting in…
earth's crust is fragmented into slab-like plates that float…
the disappearance of a large number of species or higher taxo…
(443 mya) continental drift
Continental drift
movement of the Earth's crust by plate tectonics resulting in…
plate tectonics
earth's crust is fragmented into slab-like plates that float…
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Unit 1: Intro to Biology & Unit 2: Cell Parts (Bio Final)
5 characteristics of life
organization
reproduction
growth/development
organization, ability to reproduce, grow/ develop, respond to…
organism is made up of one or more cells that contain DNA to…
the ability of an organism to continue to produce offspring f…
increase in amount of living material and formation of new st…
5 characteristics of life
organization, ability to reproduce, grow/ develop, respond to…
organization
organism is made up of one or more cells that contain DNA to…
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2.1 Cell Biology - Organelles
Centriole
Plasma membrane
Mitochondria
Lysosome
Cell organelle that aids in cell division in "animal cells on…
Selective barrier that separates a cell from its surroundings…
"Powerhouse of cell" that converts energy in food molecules t…
It is the "garbage disposal" of cell. It contains digestive e…
Centriole
Cell organelle that aids in cell division in "animal cells on…
Plasma membrane
Selective barrier that separates a cell from its surroundings…
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IB biology: cell bio
7 functions of life
cell theory
Hooke
vanLeewenhoek
metabolism... growth... reproduction... response... homeostasis... nutrition…
cells are the smallest unit of life ... all living things are co…
looked at cork under microscope, he named and discovered cells
father of microscopy, first to observe and describe single ce…
7 functions of life
metabolism... growth... reproduction... response... homeostasis... nutrition…
cell theory
cells are the smallest unit of life ... all living things are co…
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Cell Biology - AP Bio
What is the most fundamental differenc…
What does Domain mean?
What is endosymbiosis?
What is nuclear DNA?
Prokaryotic and eukaryotic
Regards prokaryotic and eukaryotic
Notion that one bacteria engulfed another bacteria; leads to…
Nucleic acid in nucleus of eukaryotic cells; double helix form
What is the most fundamental differenc…
Prokaryotic and eukaryotic
What does Domain mean?
Regards prokaryotic and eukaryotic
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Science Olympiad Cell Biology
nucleus
nuclear membrane
nucleolus
chromatin
the control center of the cell, which holds genetic information
a lipid bilayer that surrounds and protects the nucleus
location of ribosome synthesis
packages and protects DNA
nucleus
the control center of the cell, which holds genetic information
nuclear membrane
a lipid bilayer that surrounds and protects the nucleus
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AP Bio Cell Biology
nucleus
nuclear envelope
nuclear lamina
chromosomes
contains most of the genes in the eukaryotic cell
encloses nucleus; separates its contents from cytoplasm; doub…
netlike array of protein filaments that maintains the shape o…
carry genetic information
nucleus
contains most of the genes in the eukaryotic cell
nuclear envelope
encloses nucleus; separates its contents from cytoplasm; doub…
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