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Structure and Function of Organelles
... many infoldings, of the inner membrane, This serves to increase the surface area of membrane on which membrane-bound reactions can take place. The existence of this double membrane has led many biologists to ... ER does not. Golgi apparatus This organelle modifies molecules and packages them into small membrane bound sacs called vesicles. These sacs can be targetted at various locations in the cell ...
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Characteristics of Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes
... and eukaryote) are: They both have DNA as their genetic material. They are both membrane bound. They both have ribosomes . They have similar basic metabolism . They are both amazingly ... extremely significant difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes is that eukaryotes have a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles , while prokaryotes do not. The DNA of prokaryotes floats freely around the cell; ...
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... synthesis is reduced as a result of a mutation in a gene encodage a plasma membrane bound protéine. The most recently-deposited cellulose microfibrils are visualised in root tips using Field Emission ...
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FAQ - Fungi and Mycorrhizae
... its eukaryotic structure similar to that of plant and animal cells (cells having distinct membrane-bound organelles such as nuclei, mitochondria). Bacterial cells which lack these organelles are termed prokaryotic. ... branched hyphal structure called an arbuscule within the plant cell by invaginating its cell membrane. This infection creates an absorptive structure with a very high surface area of ...
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Photosynthesis Directory
... are involved in energy metabolism. Both have membrane reticulations filling their inner space to increase the surface area on which reactions with membrane-bound proteins can take place. The chloroplast has three membranes: inner, outer, and thylakoid . It has three compartments: stroma, thylakoid space, and inter-membrane space. ...
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Photosynthesis - The Light Reactions
... membrane-bound enzymes transfers the electrons taken by chlorophyll from water down an energy pathway, pumping hydrogen ions across the thylakoid membrane . This generates a charge separation across the membrane, ... ATP in the absence of glucose . A proton gradient is generated across the membrane using the mechanisms of photosynthesis. This type of energy generation is called cyclic ...
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Lab Manual Exercise # 1a
... including algal cells) by phagocytosis. Lysosome: A membrane-bound organelle containing hydrolytic (digestive) enzymes. Lysosomes originate as membrane-bound vesicles (called Golgi vesicles) that bud from ... . [Riubosomes are not membrane-bound.] Embedded glycoproteins in plasma membranes include membrane transport "carrier molecules" and cell recognition antigens. The plasma membrane is permeable to ...
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Exam #1 Hints
... And Membrane-Bound Organelles 1. Kingdom Monera: Unicellular and colonial--including the true bacteria (eubacteria) and cyanobacteria (blue-green algae). Eukaryotic Cells With Nuclei And Membrane-Bound Organelles: 2 ... hydrogen ions (protons), forced to one side of the membrane, flow back through special channels (pores) in the membrane as ATP (adenosine triphosphate) is enzymatically produced from ...
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Membrane Proteins
... Membrane Proteins Membrane Proteins Transmembrane Proteins Membrane proteins are either extrinsic or intrinsic. Extrinsic membrane proteins are entirely outside of the membrane, but are bound ...
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Biologie Cellulaire : Equipes
... cellulose synthase catalytic subunit (Fagard et al. 2000), a membrane-bound endo-ß-1,4-glucanase (Nicol et al. 1998), a novel type II membrane protein (Pagant et al. 2002) and a protein ... , F., Lahaye, M., Höfte, H. and Truong, H.N. (2002) QUASIMODO1 Encodes a Putative Membrane-Bound Glycosyltransferase Required for Normal Pectin Synthesis and Cell Adhesion in Arabidopsis. ThePlant Cell, 14, 2577 ...
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