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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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    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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    cells are two very different, but also very similar cells. There are many differences between them that can help to associate between each one. Eukaryotes are any organism that consists of one or more cells that have DNA in a membrane-bound nucleus.(En.wikipedia.org, 2017) A eukaryotic cell is a large, more complex cell compared to a prokaryote. Inside a eukaryote, consists of many different organelles, all with vital roles to play…

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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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    Endosymbiosis Essay

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    further organized by a reciprocal best cluster approach (3). The data was plotted out by black tick marks that clearly represented a gene presence within the taxon. The eukaryote-prokaryote clusters show a distinct pattern and were densely packed together and distributed among a certain group of prokaryotes. The distribution of the eukaryote-prokaryote clusters showed an undisputable imprint of endosymbiosis in the evolution of eukaryotic organisms (3). The experiment performed a genetic test…

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    Prokaryotes Vs Eukaryotic

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    compartments. Unlike eukaryotes, the prokaryotes concentrated their genetic materials in a small portion of cell’s cytoplasm known as nucleoid. Almost entire prokaryotic genome is contained in a single circular DNA strand that is supercoiled. Some additional genes are located on an independent small, circular or linear plasmids which coding for extra properties likes antibiotic resistance (Brown, 2002). Typically, prokaryotes lack of genetic organization compared to eukaryotes. So, they own a…

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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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    Support the Endosymbiotic Theory Gianna Melendez Chamberlain College of Nursing Support the Endosymbiotic Theory The endosymbiotic theory proposes that eukaryotes formed from the union of small aerobic prokaryotes with larger anaerobic prokaryotes, which form organelles. The smaller prokaryotes were not destroyed by the larger cells, but instead became internal parasites that remained surrounded by a vesicular membrane of the host. The theory proposed that mitochondria are the…

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    Also prokaryotes are much more simple than the eukaryote. Prokaryotes are unicellular and 10-100 microns in size. The prokaryote cells feed from sunlight, they photosynthesize, also they cause disease because they feed on living things and last also they feed on dead things. Eukaryote cells are more complicated, they have organelles, also have chromosomes, they can be multicellular or unicellular. They distinguish between plant and animal cells. A eukaryote cell has a nuclease unlike…

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    Eukaryotic Cells

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    cladogram. In cladograms the branches are not representative of the evolutionary time that has occurred. Heat shock proteins (HSPs) are in a class of proteins called molecular chaperones. (Kiang, J.; G, Tsokos. 1998). They are present in both eukaryotes and prokaryotes, in the cytosol, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum and the nucleus. In humans they have a relatively long half-life of about 2 days (Baneyx, F. 2008). HSP70 are a specific type which are normally found in very low amounts…

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