The Cell

this exercise is to help you understand the differences between cells so that we will have a much better understanding of cellular reproduction (so don’t put this off until the evening before it’s due…). So that you develop an understanding of cells and how they work, answer the following: A. How are Prokaryotic cells and Eukaryotic cells similar? How are they different? B. How are plant cells and animal cells similar? How do they differ? Identify and describe, in one or two sentences, the functions of the major organelles both Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells. Be sure to include: nucleus, nuclear membrane, nuclear pore, chromosomes, rough endoplasmic reticulum, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria/chlorplasts, ribosomes, Golgi apparatus, vesicles, lysosomes, cytoskeleton, cellular membrane, cytoplasm/cytosol, flagella, and cilia
Write clearly and concisely 2-5 pages of typed, double-spaced text (diagrams and the reference section are in addition to text) for your paper. Avoid the USE OF SECOND PERSON REFERENCES (you, your, etc. I hate these). Develop a framework or outline so that
your points will appear in a logical format. Also, carefully proof-read your paper (before you print it or turn it in) to catch grammatical and spelling errors. You may want to have someone else proof it for you. You want to be sure that your statements make sense. It helps if you write using topic sentences for each paragraph of text. Additional sentences within the paragraph support the topic sentence. I will provide more hints through the semester. Again, I highly recommend the book, Elements of Style, the 4th Edition, by Strunk and White. This small book contains a significant amount of information

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