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    Some cells are uncomplicated, but others are complex with internal structures called organelles. These cells can be put into two categories which are the prokaryotes and the eukaryotes, and they have many differences and similarities. The prokaryotes derive from prokaryotic cells whose fossils have been in existence for over 3.8 billion years, which mean they have learned to adjust to the earth’s environments more than any other life form. Prokaryotes are the bacteria and their close relatives,…

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    Biology is the study of living or deceased organisms (Biology Department, 2015). There are two overarching classes to these organisms: prokaryotes and eukaryotes (Reece et al., 2014). Prokaryotes (meaning before nucleus) are put in two domains: Bacteria and Archea (Biology Department, 2015). Eukaryotes on the other hand, (which have nuclei), are in the Eukarya domain and encompass all other organisms such as plants, animals, fungi and protists (Biology Department, 2015). The most effective way…

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    Cells are very important because they are assumed to be the basics of life. There are two types of cells that exist: Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes. The interesting thing is that, even though the prokaryotes seem to be very different from the eukaryotes. For example, humans look very different from the bacteria, but they still do share some characteristics. No matter at which cell you are looking at: bacteria’s`, plants`, animals`, protists`, etc., they all will be bounded by a plasma membrane…

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    In both prokaryotes and eukaryotes, it is a complex multistep process that’s regulated by a variety of enzymes and proteins. Prokaryotic and eukaryotic DNA replication are both bi-directional processes, the DNA polymerases work from the 5’ to the 3’ end, they both involve leading and lagging strands and primers are required2. The main differences result from the difference in complexity between both types of organisms. While prokaryotic DNA is circular, eukaryotes have linear chromosomes with…

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    House Cell Function

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    It is present in only the eukaryote. It is present in both the animal and plant cell. The mitochondrion looks like a rod or its in the shape of a rod. It converts sugar into ATP (which is just a fancy word for energy), which the cell then uses for energy. The mitochondrion is like…

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    Apoptosis Research Paper

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    the origin of multicellularity in eukaryotes. However, the cell death process found in mammalian cells can be connected to early unicellular eukaryotes and…

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    cells, although simpler and smaller, make up most life. A nucleoid region contains a loop of nucleic acids known as a DNA plasmid. Prokaryotic cells contain simplified ribosomes which free float in cytoplasm all bound by a cell membrane and wall. Eukaryotes, on the other hand, contain complex double membraned organelles, complex DNA (arranged on chromosomes), and a nucleus. Due to the efficiency required of the cell, it is significantly larger than prokaryotes,…

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    Eukaryotic Cells

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    useful, it has to be acknowledged that it is flawed. Another system is the Phylogenetic tree of life, also known as the three domain system (Woese, 1985). This uses ribosomal sequencing to place organisms in to three groups; Archaea, Bacteria and Eukaryotes. This essay will explore which system is more useful in categorising…

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    Cells Vs Eukaryotic Cells

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    A cell is the basic unit of living organisms. From single cellular organisms to humans to trees, cells compose all of them. However, cells are split into two domains, those being Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes. Prokaryotes are all unicellular and are less advanced than eukaryotes; meaning that they lack a nucleus and only have a nucleoid region. They also lack membrane bound organelles. Prokaryotes are then broken into two kingdoms, Bacteria and Archaea. Bacteria are the less advanced of the two and…

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    Eukaryotic Growth Lab Report

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    Abstract This experiment was constructed to distinguish the differences with Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes by growing through a variety of media. These media consisted of rich and minimal. Rich media is a media that contains an abundant supply of nutrients for bacteria to grow. Minimal media is a media that contains the minimal amount of nutrients for bacteria to grow. Medias are important because they not only are used in growing microorganisms but are used in the medical field to help with the…

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