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Prokaryotes   (translated from Russian)
Prokaryotes Prokaryotes (from dr.- Greek. pro - "before", "to" + karyon ...
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Category:Prokaryotes
Category:Prokaryotes The main article for this category is ... A Archaea B Bacteria Pages in category "Prokaryotes" There are 2 pages in this section ...
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Category talk:Prokaryotes
Category talk:Prokaryotes Archived WP:CFD discussion Mostly or entirely ... Thermus will expand. According to prokaryote, most prokaryotes are bacteria, but not all, so Category:Prokaryotes would seem to be a logical parent ... 22:05, 27 Sep 2004 (UTC) Keep. Prokaryotes in any case - arguments as by Postdlf ... 57, 3 Oct 2004 (UTC) According to prokaryotes most are bacteria, and the terms ...
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Prokaryote
Prokaryote Prokaryotes (from Old Greek pro- before + karyon nut ... multicellular. The difference between the structure of prokaryotes and eukaryotes is so great that it ... important distinction among groups of organisms. Most prokaryotes are bacteria, and the two terms are ... as synonyms. However, Woese has proposed dividing prokaryotes into the Bacteria and Archaea (originally Eubacteria ... domain system. Structure The cell structure of prokaryotes differs greatly from eukaryotes in many ...
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User:Lexor/Temp/Cell (biology)
... human body. The cells of eukaryotes and prokaryotes. - This figure illustrates a typical human cell ... of cells based on their internal structure: prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Prokaryotic cells are structurally simple ... of plasma membrane is also found in prokaryotes, but in this organism it is usually ... the cytoplasm, sometimes called the cytosol. In prokaryotes, this space is relatively free of compartments ... translated into a specific protein molecule. In prokaryotes, DNA processing takes place in the ...
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User:Lexor/Temp/Cell (NCBI)
... There are two general categories of cells: prokaryotes and eukaryotes. [1. History of life on ... recent discovery of a second group of prokaryotes, called archaea, has provided evidence of a ... insights into the origin of life itself. Prokaryotes are unicellular organisms that do not develop ... no continuity or communication between the cells. Prokaryotes are capable of inhabiting almost every place ... just about every surface of our bodies. Prokaryotes are distinguished from eukaryotes on the ...
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Cell (biology)
... of vesicles. The cells of eukaryotes and prokaryotes. - This diagram illustrates a typical human cell ... of plasma membrane is also found in prokaryotes, but is usually referred to as the ... translated into a specific protein molecule. In prokaryotes, DNA processing takes place in the cytoplasm ... production machine: Ribosomes are found in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. The ribosome is a large ... a membrane. Anatomy of cells Prokaryotic cells Prokaryotes are distinguished from eukaryotes on the ...
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Cell (biology) (Psychology wiki)
... of vesicles. The cells of eukaryotes and prokaryotes. This diagram illustrates a typical human cell ... of plasma membrane is also found in prokaryotes, but is usually referred to as the ... translated into a specific protein molecule. In prokaryotes, DNA processing takes place in the cytoplasm ... production machine) Ribosomes are found in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. The ribosome is a large ... edit] Anatomy of cells [edit] Prokaryotic cells Prokaryotes are distinguished from eukaryotes on the ...
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Talk:Cell (biology)
... the ancestors of eukaryotes. By absorbing certain prokaryotes, they added new functions to themselves, becoming ... tree of life (which is wobbly) has prokaryotes as the progenitors, with archaea and eukaryotes ... so much horizontal gene transfer amongst archaea/prokaryotes that it's really damn hard to ... traffic of vesicles." Is that true for prokaryotes? multicellular organisms have cells that "do not ... eukaryotes have cytoskeletons and implies that no prokaryotes do. Can someone confirm this? is ...
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Category talk:Eukaryotes
Category talk:Eukaryotes Prokaryotes are organisms without a cell nucleus. Eutaryotic ... have a nucleus. The cell structure of prokaryotes differs greatly from eukaryotes in many ways ... of course, the absence of a nucleus. Prokaryotes also lack cytoskeletons and do lack membrane ... have been derived from endosymbiotic bacteria. In prokaryotes similar processes occur across the cell membrane. Prokaryotes have a single circular chromosome, contained ...
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