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Cellular Structure: Introduction

by Georgina Cornwall, PhD
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    The lecture Cellular Structure: Introduction by Georgina Cornwall, PhD is from the course Cellular Structure.


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    1. Eukaryotic cells are simpler in structure and function than the prokaryotic cells
    2. Membrane-bound organelles is a peculiar feature of eukaryotic cells, whereas prokaryotic cells lack them
    3. The eukaryotic cell contains multiple linear chromosomes having DNA associated with histone proteins; on the other hand, prokaryotic cells contain single circular chromosome molecule
    4. Eukaryotic chromosomes reside in a membrane-bound nucleus; but in prokaryotes, the nuclear material lies naked in the center as the nucleoid
    5. Eukaryotic cells are ten times larger than a prokaryotic cell
    1. Mitochondrion in animal cells and chloroplast in plant cells
    2. Chloroplast in animal cells and mitochondrion in plant cells
    3. Golgi apparatus in animal cells and Golgi complex in plant cells
    4. Endo-membrane in animal cells and exo-membrane in plant cells
    5. RER in animal cells and SER in plant cells

    Author of lecture Cellular Structure: Introduction

     Georgina Cornwall, PhD

    Georgina Cornwall, PhD


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    By Denise C. on 29. July 2018 for Cellular Structure: Introduction

    I love the visuals, her method of speaking and the transcript at the end