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  1. Cell Biology<br /> Prokaryotic<br />Vs<br />Eykaryotic!<br />
  2. Cells: The Building Blocks of Life<br />The CELL THEORY states that all living things are made of cells<br />Cells come from other cells<br />Cells in our world come in two basic types:<br /> -Prokaryotic <br /> - Eukaryotic<br />
  3. Cells: Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic<br />“Karyose” comes from Greek word for “kernel” and is used in biology to refer to the nucleus of the cell<br />“Pro” means “before” therefore PROkaryotic means before a nucleus (or a cell having no nucleus or a fake nucleus<br />“Eu” means “true” therefore Eukaryotics means possessing a true nucleus<br />
  4. http://www.cod.edu/PEOPLE/FACULTY/FANCHER/ProkEuk.htm<br />
  5. Differences between the two<br />Prokaryotic<br />Eukaryotic<br />Have NO nucleus enclosed within membranes<br />Have NO organelles enclosed within membranes<br />Have nucleus enclosed within membranes<br />Have organelles enclosed within membranes<br />Each organelle does a specific cell function <br />
  6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nP9lZG94DO0&feature=related<br />
  7. References:<br />College of DuPage(2000) Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells. http://www.cod.edu/PEOPLE/FACULTY/FANCHER/ProkEuk.htm<br />Gardiner, L. & Russel, R. (2008) Cells: the building blocks of life. University of Michigan. http://www.windows.ucar.edu/tour/link=/earth/Life/cell_intro.html<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nP9lZG94DO0&feature=related<br />

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