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Biology

Cell, Microscopy,DNA

TermDefinition
What Eukaryotes cells from? All animals and plants
What are Prokaryotes cells from? Bacteria
What cell structure do both Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes have? Sub-cellular Structures
What does the Nucleus contain? Contains DNA in the form of Chromosomes that controls the cell's activities-Eukaryotes Cells -Animal cells
What is the Cytoplasm? Gel-like substance where most of the chemical reactions happen-Eukaryotes Cells- Animal cells
What is the Mitochondria? There are the site of cellular respiration and contain the enzymes needed for the reactions involved -Eukaryotes Cells -Animal cells
What is the job of the Cell Membrane?(Plant Cell) Holds the cell together and controls what goes in and out selective barrier .Contain receptor cells for cell communications-Eukaryotes Cells- Animal cells
What is the Rigid Cell wall made of? Cellulose for support cell- Eukaryotes Cells-Plant Cell
What happens in the Chloroplasts? Photosynthesis, contain chlorophyll-Eukaryotes Cells- Plant Cell
What does Chromosomal DNA do? Controls cell activity + replication, floats free in cytoplasm- Prokaryotes cells-Bacteria cell
What are Plasmids? Small loops of extra DNA contain drug resistance-Prokaryotes cells-Bacteria Cells
What is the job of the Cell Membrane?(Bacteria Cell) Controls what goes in and out supported by cell wall-Prokaryotes cells-Bacteria Cells
What is the Magnification formula? Image Size Magnification X Real Size
What are Chromosomes? Long molecules of coiled up DNA
What structure does DNA have? Double Helix
What does Adenine(A) base pair with? Thymine(T)
What does Cytosine(C) pair with? Guanine(G)
What is a Polymer? Large complex molecules, long chains of monomer joined together- DNA is a Polymer
What are Monomers? Small basic molecular units
DNA is a polymer made up of what? Nucleotide Monomers
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