CB1d - Cell

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  • Created on: 21-10-18 11:46
Common parts of bacteria.
Flagelum, Cytoplasm, Ribosomes, Cell Wall, Capsule, DNA, Plasma Membrane
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Functions: Flagelum
Movement & Locomotion
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Cytoplasm
Responsible for Cell Growth, Metabolism, Elimination Of Waste And Reproduction Of Cells.
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Ribosomes
Synthesise Protein For Use Throughout Of The Cell.
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Cell Wall
It Protects The Body Of The Cell.
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Capsule
The Capsule Can Protect Cells From Engulfment By Eukaryotic Cells, Such As Macrophages.
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DNA
To Facilitate Occurring Mutations And Even Mutational Change In A Single Nucleotide Pair
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Why Is Bacteria Classified As A Prokaryote
They Contain A Nucleus.
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Eukaryotic And Prokaryotic Cells
Prokaryotes Have A Nucleus And Eukaryotes Don't
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Functions: Flagelum

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Movement & Locomotion

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Cytoplasm

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Ribosomes

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Cell Wall

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