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BIOL 1090 - Basic Properties of Cells

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Department
Biology
Course Code
BIOL 1090
Professor
Marc Coppolino

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BIOLOGYBasic Properties of Cellshighly complex and organized o many parts o organized with respect to time and spacerelated to function o little tolerance for error fidelity of interactions maintained through control and regulation of partsprovides great precision in cellular activityaccomplished by feedback loops enzymes etccellular organization is very consistent and has been conserved through evolution o example rat cell vs corn cell are very similar fig 81 and 811nuclear pore complex enables movement of molecules into and out of the nucleuscytoskeletal elements o actin microfilaments intermediate filaments microtubules o contribute to cell shape and movement o provide structural support o sup
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