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Initiation Structure

Initiation à la structure de la cellule

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Quel est l'ordre de la grandeur de la taille d'une cellule typique? (1) Le diamètre d'une cellule typique peut varier de 7 à 120 micromètre, mais la moyenne se situe autour de 30 micromètre
Quelles sont les trois (3) principales structures communes à toutes les cellules? (1) Noyau (2) cytoplasme (3) membrane plasmique
Quelle structure cellulaire est responsable de délimiter la cellule et de maintenir son intégrité? (1) La membrane plasmique, avec l'aide du contenue cellulaire, maintient son intégrité.
Comment est considérer une cellule qui contient des réserves d'un nutriment comme le glycogène? (1) inclusion
Quelle est le lipide membranaire le plus abondant comporte une tête et deux queues? (1) Un phospholipide
Qu'est-ce qui synthétisent la majeur partie de l'adénosine triphosphate (ATP) utilisée par les cellules du corps humain. Les mitochondries