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Cell Functioning
A discussion on cell functioning.
# 139666 | 750 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Biology (Molecular and Cell)

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This paper gives an in-depth discussion of cell functioning. Comparisons are made between bacterial and animal cell structure. Additionally, the importance of specific cellular organelles and their necessity in unicellular life is also discussed. The paper makes a further comparison between animal and plant cell structure and function.

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"The term "prokaryote" literally means "before the nucleus." When comparing prokaryotes to eukaryotes, it also becomes apparent that prokaryotes, specifically bacteria, lack membrane bound organelles including the nucleus, mitochondria, and other smaller organelles. Even though bacteria lack membrane bound organelles that provide for the distinct compartmentalization of cellular functions, these organisms are still capable of performing necessary physiological functions. Bacterial Cell Components Even though prokaryotes typically lack all membrane bound organelles..."

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