microbiology 1 ch 5 eukaryotic cell structure

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microbiology 1 ch 5 eukaryotic cell structure
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2013-10-28 20:29:51
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eukaryotic structure organelles mitochondria nucleus
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Eukaryotic cell structure
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  1. What are microfilaments and microtubules and what do they do?
    microfilaments contain an actin-type protein which allows them to be contractile.

    Microtubules are composed of tubulin of which there are two types alpha and beta tubulin. The microtubules play key structural roles in the mitotic spindle, cilia and flagella, the latter two are involved in movement. Also vesicles within the cell can move on the microtubules.
  2. What is the difference between bacterial and eukaryotic flagella?
    eukaryotic flagella are made of tubulin and bacterial flagella are made of flagellin
  3. lysozomes arise from
    golgi apparatus
  4. What is the anatomy of a mitochondrion?
  5. what is anatomy of chloroplast
  6. Eukaryotes have what kind of ribosome and ribosomal subunits?
    Eukaryotes have 80S ribosomes. These ribosomes are composed of 40S and 60S subunits.

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