GCE CIE Biology - Structural Features of Typical Prokaryotic Cells
Chapter 1 Cell Structure
1.2.d Outline key structural features of typical prokaryotic cells as seen in a typical bacterium (including: unicellular, 1-5μm diameter, peptidoglycan cell walls, lack of organelles surrounded by double membranes, naked circular DNA, 70S ribosomes).
Here we will describe the structure of bacteria, which is an example of a prokaryotic cell.
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Jones, M., & Parkin, M. (2018). Cambridge International As and A level biology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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