Raven Chapter 4 Guided Notes: Cell Structure Ap Biology Guided Notes

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RAVEN CHAPTER 5 GUIDED NOTES: CELL STRUCTURE
1. What are the three features all cells have in common?
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2. What are the three principles of the Cell Theory?
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3. What is a limiting factor to cell size?
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4. The tool that lead to the understanding that cells are the basic unit of life was the…
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5. The smallest structures visible with the light microscope are the ….
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6. What is the advantage of the electron microscope?
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membrane
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Genetic Material
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Ribosomes
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Cell is basic unit of life
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all life made of cells
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cells come from pre-existing cells
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surface area to volume ration
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single set of genes
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microscope
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organelles
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higher magnification, greater resolution
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7. How do prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells differ?
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8. For each of the cellular structures, indicate a few significant aspects. Include major functions
and structural description .
Nuclear membrane
Nuclear pores
Chromatin
Nucleolus
Ribosome
Smooth ER
Rough ER
Golgi apparatus
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prokaryotes lack organelles, single circular chromosome, only single celled
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double membrane around nucleus, protects genetic material
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regulates movement of material in and out of nucleus
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combination of DNA and protein found with chromosmes of eukaryotic nucleus
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darkened region inside nucleus, site of rRNA and...

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