The Cell

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  • The Cell
    • part
      • Cytoskeleton
      • Cytosol
      • Organelles
        • Mitochondria
      • Nucleus
      • Mitochondria
      • cytoplasm
      • Cell (plasma) Membrane
        • Super Thin
        • defines cell boundary
        • Seperatates cells contents and extracellular fluid
        • gives cell form
        • double layer of phospholipids
          • lipids account for 90-99% and proteins for 1-10%
        • what can enter or exit cell
          • Factors that affect whether substances diffuse across membrane..
            • Size of Molecule (water/amino acids)
            • ionic charge (+/-)
            • lipid solubility
            • presence of carrier molecules
            • pressure differences
      • Golgi Complex
    • Types
      • Prokaryotic
        • Very Small (1-5 um)
        • Simple single cell
        • cell Wall and Capsule
        • no organelles
        • no neucleus
      • Eukaryotic
        • Small 10-60um
        • Nucleus with DNA
        • Single celled and multicellular organisms
        • Ameobas/ mammals
        • part
          • Cytoskeleton
          • Cytosol
          • Organelles
            • Nucleus
            • cytoplasm
            • Cell (plasma) Membrane
              • Super Thin
              • defines cell boundary
              • Seperatates cells contents and extracellular fluid
              • gives cell form
              • double layer of phospholipids
                • lipids account for 90-99% and proteins for 1-10%
              • what can enter or exit cell
                • Factors that affect whether substances diffuse across membrane..
                  • Size of Molecule (water/amino acids)
                  • ionic charge (+/-)
                  • lipid solubility
                  • presence of carrier molecules
                  • pressure differences
            • Golgi Complex
    • Bacteria

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