Cell Structure and Transport

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What types of cells are eukaryotic?
Animal, plant, fungi and single celled organisms
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Which is bigger: a eukaryotic or prokarytoic cell?
Eukaryotic cell
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Name an example of a prokaryotic cell
Bacteria
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Where is DNA located in a eukaryotic cell?
In chromosomes in a nucelus
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What do prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells have in common?
They both have cell membrane and cytoplasms
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What is a flagellum for?
Movement
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What are order of magnitudes used for?
To make approximate comparisons of size
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What is magnification?
How big something is
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What is resolution?
How clear something is
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What are the key features of a light microscope?
- Can magnify live specimens - Give 2D images with high magnification and resolution -
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Where is DNA located in a eukaryotic cell?

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