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It is still considered a Eukaryotic cell because the daughter cells and mother cell are both Eukaryotic; the chromosomes will condense and be contained in a Nucleus after Telophase and Cytokinesis. Furthermore, Prokaryotic binary fission does not involve the assembly of Spindle Fibers, whereas dividing Eukaryotic cells in Anaphase use Spindle fibers to ...


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One of the properties of "storoge" is that in can be filled or empied when needed. Contents of cytoplasm and all organelles are aqueous solutions so all of them contain quite some water. However, thease solutions need to maintain precise concentration of many solutes in order to facilitate proper enviroment for various biological processes. ...


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The cell has the amount of organelles necessary to perform its function. If a cell requires a lot of protein, it must have multiple nuclei to produce this protein. If the cell performs many activities that require energy, it needs many mitochondria. So the size and quantity of the organelles will be proportional to their function, not their size. In relation ...


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I'll keep the answer to this as concise as possible. The major mismatch repair (MMR) pathway used by eukaryotes is the MutS$\alpha$-MutL$\alpha$-dependent MMR. See the diagram below for its mechanism: The pathway initiates when MutS$\alpha$ (Msh2–Msh6) binds to a mismatch. This is followed by binding of MutL$\alpha$ (Mlh1 and Pms2). PCNA then activates MutL$...


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