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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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    Eukaryotic Cell Timeline

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    Section Two Assignment 1. Timeline of the evolution of cells. • 4.6 Billion years ago: The formation of Earth is believed to have transpired around 4.6 billion years ago. • 3.5 Billion years ago: Ancient fossils from around this time period provided evidence of a bacteria-like organisms known as Prokaryotes. This ancient cell was first founded in the 1970’s in among fossilized rocks from Australia and contain no nucleus. • 2 Billion years ago: A more complex prokaryote arises with a skeleton…

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    Ribosomes could be found around the cell or next to the endoplasmic reticulum. Cytoplasm is made up of cytosol. In prokaryotes all the cell content is within the cytoplasm whereas with eukaryotes the nucleus is separate from the cytoplasm. The cytoplasm is about 80% water and usually colorless (4). Eukaryotes only contains the following: Mitochondria are found in both plant and animals cells and are shaped like a rod. A mitochondrion contains outer and inner membranes composed of phospholipid…

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    Cell Theory Lab Report

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    1.1 Introduction: Both living and non-living things are composed of molecules made from chemical elements such as Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Nitrogen. The organization of these molecules into cells is one feature that distinguishes living things from all other matter. The cell is the smallest unit of matter that can carry on all the processes of life. The three principles define cell theory: 1. All living things are composed of one or more cells. 2. Cells are the basic units of structure and…

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    1. How do the three objective lenses on the microscope you used differ and what are the advantages and disadvantages of each? • The three main objective lenses we used were the 4x, 10x, and 40x magnification. • The 4x was great in initially finding the item we were looking for. It also gave a good look at general size of the overall item we were viewing. It wasn’t that great at letting you see a ton of detail. • The 10x was the most frequently used objective. It gave us a really nice view of…

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    Theory Of Endosymbiosis

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    The mitochondria is one of the most interesting components of the eukaryotic cell. Endosymbiosis is the term modern scientists use for how the mitochondria came to be. Symbiosis translates from Greek to English as “living” “together.” Constrantin Mereschkowsky, known as the founding father of the theory of endosymbiosis, was one of people who started the concept of endosymbiosis, although he had called it “symbiogenesis,” defining it as: “the origin of organisms through the combination and…

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    For all organisms, prokaryotes and eukaryotes, they all must regulate the specific genes that are expressed at any given time (Campbell 365). Each organism continuously turn on and off genes in response to external and internal environmental signals. The regulation of gene expression is especially important in multicellular organisms since it is essential for the different types of cell to have their own cell specialization (Campbell 365). In order for each cell to do it’s given role, they each…

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    Organisms are composed of countless eukaryotic cells each with a set niche to make sure the body stays balanced. Form their inception cells are programmed like a computer to provide necessary functions for a person’s body. Along the lines of being like a computer all cells need power to operate. Inside the cell its organelles help the cell attain the fuel it needs to operate. Within these group of organelles is what has been aptly named the, “power plant”, of cells for it takes nutrients and…

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    Nt1310 Unit 1 Lab Report

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    15. If true chemical bonds bind atoms together to form a molecule through electron sharing, what is special about a Hydrogen Bond that makes it not a true chemical bond? My Answer: B) Unequal distributions of the protons generates partial charges Correct Answer: A) Electrons are shared unequally between different atoms Why my answer was wrong: I did not realize that the answer says, “protons,” instead of, “electrons.” The protons are not distributed from the nucleus, because if they were, the…

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    A Monotheistic Religion

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    Christianity is a monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, who lived 2,000 years ago. In 2010, the number of Christians was at 2.2 billion, 31 percent of the world’s population (Chappell, 2015). Christians believe that God created the Earth and everything else, including humans, in six days. On the other hand, science has revealed that earth most likely was formed about 4.6 billion years ago. It formed from dust and gas rotating and gathered by gravity after the Sun…

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