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All living cells, both prokaryotic and eukaryotic

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Question;Please answer the following;three essay questions.;All living cells, both prokaryotic and eukaryotic, have the;following cell structures: plasma membrane, cytosol, ribosomes, and at;least one chromosome. Choose any one of these. Describe its basic;structure (including molecular composition) as well as the function.;Explain why a cell could not exist without the function(s) performed by this;cell structure.Cells can be categorized as either prokaryotic or eukaryotic.;Only bacterial cells are prokaryotic. For question two, answer any one of;the following comparison questions. Be sure to compare both molecular;(physical) structure and function in each answer.Compare the nucleoid area (prokaryotic) to a nucleus;(eukaryotic)? How do they differ, how are they similar?Compare the bacterial flagellum (prokaryotic) to an animal;cell flagellum (eukaryotic)? How do they differ, how are they similar?Compare a bacterial cell wall (prokaryotic) to a plant cell;wall (eukaryotic)? How do they differ, how are they similar?Eukaryotic cells (in plants, animals, fungi, and algae) are;bigger than prokaryotic (bacterial) cells. This bigger size allows eukaryotic;cells to have more structural complexity.

 

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