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any small compartment

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a device that delivers an electric current as the result of a chemical reaction

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2) However, basic eukaryotic cells contained at least a minimal set of double-membrane-bound compartments; the cell nucleus, mitochondria, and plastids (chloroplasts), and single-membrane-bound compartments; for example, the microbody (peroxisome), the Golgi apparatus, the endoplasmic reticulum and lysosomes (vacuoles).
Electric cell-substrate impedance sensing (ECIS) is an emerging technology capable of interrogating the morphology of eukaryotic cells in real-time.
The instructor will provide the learners with edible items that could match the shapes of eukaryotic cell parts.
Heterologous spirochete-membrane attachments to eukaryotic cells in an anoxic, microoxic-to-oxic gradient environment are described here.
The Martin-Koonin hypothesis (MKH) of eukaryotic cell origins satisfyingly synthesizes a wide range of conflicting data.
The subsequent stability of these eukaryotic cell lineages through geologic time, despite potential disruption from selection among cellular components, presents an evolutionary problem that deserves detailed attention.
Eukaryotic cell A cell with genetic material inside a well defined nucleus.
Each eukaryotic cell contains many mitochondria, and they may fuse with one another.
The result was the eukaryotic cell as we now know it.
A tetravalent protein vaccine candidate against a nosocomial bacterial infection that was based on toxins that were highly cytotoxic to higher eukaryotic cell types.
Chromatin is the combination of DNA and proteins that makes up the contents of the nucleus of a eukaryotic cell.
The eukaryotic cell was an intruder in the mix, feeding on bacteria," Deretic says.
The application is directed towards a double-stranded synthetic gene comprising multiple copies of a structural gene region having a nucleotide sequence which is identical to a nucleotide sequence of a target gene in a eukaryotic cell.
They produced a theory to account for the evolution of the eukaryotic cell as a result of symbiosis between bacteria (symbiogenesis); theirs was a forerunner of the serial endosymbiosis theory developed by L.
Each eukaryotic cell contains two kinds of DNA: one type in the cell nucleus, the other in the mitochondria.