ORIGINS.docx

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Biology (Biological Sciences)
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BIOL107
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Lesley Harrington

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ORIGINS 1. DNA + Enzymes are enclosed in a membrane 2. Membrane folds inwards, forms smaller organelles, Endomembrane system 3. EUK cells form when mitochondria is engulfed in cell 4. Endosymbiotic origin of plastids Lipids enclosed enzymes + DNA; phospholipids form spontaneously Figure:  Energetically Unfavourable Energetically Favorable PROK have no internal membrane, but infoldings allowed; EUK have endomembrane  systems Mitochondria + plastids • Semi­autonomous, not part of endomembrane system • Grow and divide independently • Make some ofhteir own proteins from own chromosomes • Get most of their ribosomes from cytosol • Steal phospholipid
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