AP Bio Unit 2 Questions Flashcards
Answer B. Correct. The cholesterol-protein complexes are most likely moved into the body cells by endocytosis. A defect in endocytosis is likely to result in a buildup of cholesterol in the blood. Click the card to flip 👆 1 / 10 Flashcards Learn Test Q-Chat Created by neepybeep Terms in this set (10).
which of the following statements best supports the claim that certain organelles within eukaryotic cells evolved from free-living prokaryotic cells? some organelles contain their own DNA that is more similar to prokaryotic DNA in structure and function than to the eukaryotic DNA found in the cell’s nucleus.
Which of the following statements best supports the claim
Which of the following statements best supports the claim that certain organelles within eukaryotic cells evolved from free living prokaryotic cells? a)The cytoplasm of both eukaryotes and prokaryotes is surrounded by a plasma membrane.
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Which of the following statements best supports the claim that certain organelles within eukaryotic cells evolved from free-living prokaryotic cells? Some organelles contain their own DNA that is more similar to prokaryotic DNA in structure and function than to the eukaryotic DNA found in the cell’s nucleus.
7.8: The Endosymbiotic Theory
Solutions. The endosymbiotic theory states that some of the organelles in eukaryotic cells were once prokaryotic microbes. Mitochondria and chloroplasts are the same size as prokaryotic cells and divide by binary fission. Mitochondria and chloroplasts have their own DNA which is circular, not linear. Mitochondria and chloroplasts have their own.
AP Biology Chapter 2 Test Flashcards
Learn Test Match Q-Chat Created by emily_rzucidlo1 Terms in this set (39) Organelles such as mitochondria and the endoplasmic reticulum have membranes that compartmentalize reactions and other metabolic processes. To function properly, the organelles must move substances across their membranes.
5.7: Evolution of Eukaryotes
The small cells were not digested by the large cells. Instead, they lived within the large cells and evolved into organelles. From Independent Cell to Organelle. The endosymbiotic theory explains how eukaryotic cells evolved. The large and small cells formed a symbiotic relationship in which both cells benefited. Some of the small cells were.
Mitochondria and chloroplasts (article)
Chloroplasts are organelles found in the broccoli’s cells, along with those of other plants and algae. They capture light energy and store it as fuel molecules in the plant’s tissues. Mitochondria are found inside of your cells, along with the cells of plants. They convert the energy stored in molecules from the broccoli (or other fuel.
Understand endosymbiotic theory AP Biology
Prokaryotic cells, mitochondria, and chloroplasts have 70S ribosomes, whereas eukaryotic cells have 80S ribosomes. This provides support for the Endosymbiotic Theory, which states that the mitochondria and chloroplast in eukaryotic cells were once aerobic bacteria (prokaryote) that were ingested by a large anaerobic bacteria (prokaryote).
What is Endosymbiotic Theory? How did the eukaryotes become so complicated? And where did these battery-like organelles come from? We think we know part of the answer. Eukaryotic cells may have evolved when multiple cells joined together into one. They began to live in what we call symbiotic relationships.