Eukaryotes, prokaryotes and key cell components.

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What is an eukaryotic cell?
A cell that contains a nucleus
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What is a prokaryotic cell?
A single celled organism with no nucleus
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What type of cells are bacteria?
Prokaryotic
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Which cell is single celled?
Prokariotic
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Which cell has small rings of DNA called plasmids?
Prokariotic
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What is DNA
The genetic information found in all living organisms
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What is a cytoplasm's structure and function?
The fluid is the part of the cell inside the cell membrane. This fluid is mainly water and it also holds other components like ribosomes
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What is a ribosome's structure and function?
These small cells are found in the cytoplasm and make protiens. These have specific function
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What is a cell wall's structure and function?
In a plant cell these are made of cellulose however not in an animal cell. The cell wall is there to protect and it has the cell membrane on the inside of it.
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What are plasmid's structures and functions?
These are small, circular sections of DNA. They have many functions, including giving bacterial cells resistance to some antibiotics
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What is the cell membrane's structure and function?
The cell membrane controls what goes in and out of the cell.
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