Eukaryotic Cells

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  • Created on: 14-04-14 13:36

Eukaryotic cells

  • Have a true nucleus 
  • A light microscope will not show the smaller details of organelles so the ultrastructure is seen using an electron microscope. 


  • Antibodies are modified proteins. 
  • Genes which code for these proteins are held in chromosomes in the nucleus. 
  • A messenger molecule cods the genes for the ribosome on the rough endoplasmic reticulum where proteins are made. 
  • Transported in vesicle sacks to the golgi apparatus 
  • Golgi apparatus modifies and repackages into more vesicles 
  • They make there was to the cell surface membrane and fuse to release anitbodies from the cells. 
  • Energy comes in the form of ATP made in the mitochondra 
  • Vesicles with the enzymes stay in the cytoplasm as lysosomes. 


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