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24 January, 19:07

Explain the three main parts of eukaryotic cells

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  1. 24 January, 20:52
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    Eukaryotic cells have membrane-bound organelles which carry out cell functions, a Nucleus which contain DNA from the cells and a cytoplasm which is similar to a jelly like fluid interior of the cell. It also has a cell membrane which is basically an outer boundary for the cell.
  2. 24 January, 21:01
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    1. Cell membrane: Acts as a gate, only letting things that are supposed to enter and exit do so.

    2. Nucleus: The central part of a cell that controls everything. Also contains DNA

    3. Cytoplasm: Keeps all the organelles in place
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