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Eukaryotic cells, protein transport

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Life Science
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LIFE 210
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Paul Laybourn

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14 October The major functions of eukaryotic cells Intracellular compartments – main difference with prokaryotes Cellular communication – signaling Cell shape and movement – cytoskeleton Cellular growth control – cell cycle Eukaryotic cells can engulf other cells by phagocytosis Rapid change of shape Mediated by the cytoskeleton Example: neutrophil engulfing a red blood cell Eukaryotic cells may have originated as predators The major intracellular compartments of a eukaryotic cell Eukaryotic cells have membrane enclosed organelles Provide more membrane and separate compartments for specialized functions Organelles have characteristic positions – interaction with cytoskeleton Evolution of the nucleus and the endoplasmic reticulum ER lumen is continuous with the space between inner and outer nuclear membranes Modern eukar
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