cell biology

Viewing 2 reply threads
  • Author
    Posts
    • #1400
      taata
      Participant

      Give figures in μm and μm3 for the diameters and volumes (calculated yourself from the diameters you give) respectively of a typical named eukaryotic cell and for particularly large and small named variants. [6 marks]

      Category of eukaryotic cell Diameter (μm) Volume (μm3 )
      A typical eukaryotic cell

      Name/type …………………………………….…….
      A very large eukaryotic cell

      Name/type …………………………………………..
      A very small eukaryotic cell

      Name/type ……………………………….…..……..

      😥 please help

    • #26266
      canalon
      Participant

      Try google or the wikipedia… just like here http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Biology_Cell_biology_Introduction_Cell_size

      Patrick

    • #26965
      ginny
      Participant

      [b] the large eukaryotic cell name and type :
      1) Hunter Syndrome:= In its absence, mucopolysaccharides collect in various body tissues, causing damage. Affected children may develop an early-onset type (severe form) shortly after age 2 that causes a large skull, coarse facial features, profound mental retardation , spasticity , aggressive behavior, joint stiffness and death before age 20. A late-onset type (mild form) causes later and less severe symptoms.
      Small eukaryotic cell name and type:
      1) Small bowel bacterial overgrowth is a syndrome that involves excessive numbers of bacteria growing in the small intestines. The large numbers of bacteria compete for nutrients with the person who has the condition. As a result, the person with the condition may not absorb enough nutrients.

      In addition, the breakdown of nutrients by the bacteria in the small intestines can damage the cells lining the intestinal wall.

      Alternative Names:
      Overgrowth – intestinal bacteria; Bacterial overgrowth – intestine

      I hope this helped you. U can e-mail me if you need andymore help I try my best to help u. alright take care byeeeeeeeeeee.

Viewing 2 reply threads
  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.