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By M. C. E. van Dam-Mieras, B C Currell, R C E Dam-Mieras

Cells should be obvious as marvelous 'factories' in as far as they soak up one set of chemical substances (nutrients) and convert them into new items. each one phone taking in its personal set of chemical substances and making its personal choice of items. Describing the structural
organisation of cells in either unicellular and multicellular organisms this article considers the enterprise and administration which bring about those 'factories' working in a coordinated and useful demeanour. copy, the single characteristic targeted to cell
activities is addressed in detail.

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Membrane. The extracellular fluid occupies this space and because the gaps between the cellulose fibres are relatively large, compounds can more freely through the apoplasm. Compounds cannot, however, move freely between the symplasm and the apoplasm. The way movement between the two is achieved is described in the next chapter. 5 illustrates the location of the apoplasm and symplasm. 5 Diagrammatic representation of the symplasm (cross hatched) and the apoplasm (speckled). Only one plasmodesma is illustrated on each wall.

We will discuss protein synthesis in more detail in a later chapter. Many bacteria can double their weight in less than half an hour. It is not surprising therefore to find that these cells contain enormous numbers of ribosomes and that we can think of the cytoplasms of prokaryotic cells as being intense protein factories. The ribosomes found in prokaryotes are quite different from those found in eukaryotes. Firstly, they are smaller. They sediment in an ultracentrifuge with a sedimentation coefficient of 70s (s = Svedberg unit) compared with those of eukaryotes (sedimentation coefficient of 80s).

4) Prokaryotes show little internal specialisation. 3 shows a stylised drawing of a leaf cell. Note that this cell contains a nucleus and cytoplasm containing organelles and thus shows eukaryotic cell organisation. There are several differences, however between plant and animal cells. 3 Structure of a generalised young plant cell. Note that in older, fully mature cells the vacuole often occupies up to 90% of the cell volume. In such cases the nucleus may be suspended (in the centre of the cell) by cytoplasmic threads.

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