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what are Eukaryotic cells? they are membrane bonded nucleus
what are eukaryotic organisms? any organism composed of eukaryotic cells
where does the term eukaryotes come from? the term eukaryote come from the greek work "eukaryotes", which means good nuclei or true
How can eukaryotic cells be distinguished? they can be easily distinguished through a membrane bonded nucleus
how does cell division happen in eukaryotes? through mitosis
describe eukaryotic chromosomes? they are multiple, linear and contains histones
what are lysosomes they are vesicles that are used to digest waste, cell parts and foreign invaders
what are nucleus? it contains the cellular DNA and stores genetic information
what is the function of the nucleus? it controls the activities in the cell
where is nucleus found? it is found in animal and plant cells
what is a nuclear membrane? it is a layer that surrounds the nucleus
what is the function of the nuclear membrane? it separates the nucleus with the other parts of the cell
what is a mitochondria? it is an organelle that converts energy that the cell can use.
what is a chroloplast? they form the site of photosynthesis
what is an endoplasmic reticulum? it helps in the movement of materials around the cell.
Name the two types of endoplasmic reticulum rough endoplasmic reticulum and smooth endoplasmic reticulum
what is the function of the rough endoplasmic reticulum? it manufactures proteins
what is the function of the smooth endoplasmic reticulum? it contains enzymes that help build molecules
what are microtubles? they are long hollow tubes that are made up of proteins called tubulin
what is a ribosomes? they are the sites of protein synthesis
what types of ribosomes are there? large size 80s and smaller size 70s
what is the difference in chromosomes in eukaryotes and prokaryotes? in eukaroyes chromosomes are multi linear and contain histones, while in prokaryotes the chromosomes are single, circular and lacks histones
what is the function of nuclear pores? they allow nucleus to communicate with the cytoplasm
what are nucleoli? they are spherical bodies found inside the nuclear envelope
what are histones? they are basic proteins contained in the nucleus
what are golgi complex? they are structures that are involved in the secretion of proteins
what are vacuoles? they are storage structures for metabolic waste, water and food
where do vacuoles come from? they are derived from golgi bodies
what are peroxisomes? they are structures that contain enzymes that can oxidize organic substances

what are Eukaryotic cells?

what are eukaryotic organisms?

where does the term eukaryotes come from?

How can eukaryotic cells be distinguished?

how does cell division happen in eukaryotes?

describe eukaryotic chromosomes?

what are lysosomes

what are nucleus?

what is the function of the nucleus?

where is nucleus found?

what is a nuclear membrane?

what is the function of the nuclear membrane?

what is a mitochondria?

what is a chroloplast?

what is an endoplasmic reticulum?

Name the two types of endoplasmic reticulum

what is the function of the rough endoplasmic reticulum?

what is the function of the smooth endoplasmic reticulum?

what are microtubles?

what is a ribosomes?

what types of ribosomes are there?

what is the difference in chromosomes in eukaryotes and prokaryotes?

what is the function of nuclear pores?

what are nucleoli?

what are histones?

what are golgi complex?

what are vacuoles?

where do vacuoles come from?

what are peroxisomes?

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