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GERBER, LEWIS M. ROUTLEDGE, AND SHIRO TAKASHIMA, J. MOL. BIOL. 71:322, © 1972, WITH PERMISSION FROM ELSEVIER. INSET COURTESY OF JULIUS ADLER AND M. L. ; INSET: DON W. 3 Two Fundamentally Different Classes of Cells surface of your body and feasting on the nutrients within your digestive tract. We think of these organisms as individual, solitary creatures, but recent insights have shown that they live in complex, multispecies communities called biofilms. The layer of plaque that grows on our teeth is an example of a biofilm.
A population of ES cells are induced to differentiate into the required cells, (b) which are subsequently transplanted into the patient to restore organ function. (At the present time, it has not been possible to obtain blastocyst stage embryos, that is, ones with ES cells, from any primate species by the procedure shown here, although it has been accomplished using an oocyte from which the nucleus is not first removed. The ES cells that are generated in such experiments are triploid; that is, they have three copies of each chromosome—one from the oocyte and two from the donor nucleus—rather than two, as would normally be the case.
Eukaryotic cells possess a variety of complex locomotor mechanisms, whereas those of prokaryotes are relatively simple. 14a). The rotations of the flagellum, which can exceed 1000 times per second, exert pressure against the surrounding fluid, propelling the cell through the medium. 14b), and they generate movement by a different mechanism. In the preceding paragraphs, many of the most important differences between the prokaryotic and eukaryotic levels of cellular organization were mentioned. We will elaborate on many of these points in later chapters.