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Eukaryotic Cells
These cells contain discrete membrane-bound organelles e.g. nuclei, they are larger than Prokaryotic cells, but unlike prokaryotes, not all eukaryotic cells
have a cell wall.

NUCLEUS: Enclosed by an envelope composed of two membranes perforated by pores. Contains chromosomes and a nucleolus. The DNA in
chromosomes contain genes…

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MITOCHONDRIA: The inner of its two membranes is folded to form finger-like projections called cristae. They are the site of the later stages of
aerobic respiration.

The production of proteins and their route through the cell:

1. Transcription of DNA to mRNA, which leaves nucleus.
2. Proteins made on ribosomes…

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