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What are factors that limit the size a cell can obtain

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1. What are factors that limit the size a cell can obtain? Compare and contrast metabolic rates of prokaryotes and eukaryotes.;2. What are prions and why are they important?;3. Discuss the importance of ATP to life. What it is, how it works, why it is important, and how much is used on a daily;basis. You can obtain the information by searching the internet (my favorite search engine is google.com), the school;library, the CD Rom that comes with the text, or any other source.;4. What is a karyotype and what is its importance? When should women have the procedure performed and why?;5. What are the differences between aerobic respiration, anaerobic respiration, and fermentation? What are the factors that;control these types of metabolism?;6. What are the advantages of sexual reproduction over asexual reproduction?;Under what circumstances are asexual reproduction an advantage?;What are the differences between mitosis and meiosis?;7. What is the role of chromosomal mutations in the survival of microorganisms?;How frequently do beneficial mutations occur and what environmental factors can affect it?;What are the mechanisms a cell uses to repair chromosomal mutations?;8. What is the Human Genome Project and explain the reasons that you do or do not feel that it is worthwhile.;9. What is the role of chromosomal mutations in the survival of microorganisms?;How frequently do beneficial mutations occur and what environmental factors can affect it?;What are the mechanisms a cell uses to repair chromosomal mutations?;Answer on each question should be at least 300 words (three medium sized paragraphs) and should include your references

 

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