AS Biology unit 1- Cells

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What is the main function of the golgi apparatus?
Chemically modifies substances which are then transported through vesicles to their correct destination.
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Which organelle helps the cell to respire?
Mitochondria
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In cell fractionation why does the solution have to be placed in a buffer solution?
To maintain a constant ph.
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What is the equation for magnification?
Magnification= Enlarged size/Actual size
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Which magnifies an object better light or electron microscope?
Electron
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What is the function of the nucleolus which is found in the nucleus?
Manufacture of ribosomal RNA and assembles ribosomes.
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Name something a eukaryotic cell has that a prokaryotic cell doesn't have
Mitochondria, Nucleus, Lysosomes, RER, SER and Golgi apparatus.
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In ultracentrifugation what would be the main ingredient in the pellet of the first spin?
Nucleus
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How would you convert mm to um? (Magnification)
x 1000
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There are two types of endoplasmic reticulum what are they?
Rough and Smooth
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True or False, Mitochondria have a double membrane?
True
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Why does mitochondria have cristae?
To provide a bigger surface area.
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What genetic information does the nucleus hold?
DNA
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