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CELL. A small room in a prison. See Dungeon.

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(2010) work were indicated in Figures 3 and 4 for growth of prokaryotic cells on aliphatic and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon contaminants.
In fact, cytochrome C in eukaryotic and cytochrome BD in prokaryotic cells are chromophores for red and infrared laser light (11).
In the early 1950s, according to Allan and Lutz, the understanding of cancer could be summarized by the following statement: "Cancer cells are cells that have reverted to more primitive cells that behave less like eukaryotic cells and more like prokaryotic cells."
Compounds of mercury such as mercuric chloride and organomercurials are toxic to both eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells. Mercury is also genotoxic; inorganic Hg (II) is capable of strong reversible interactions with the nitrogens in purines and pyrimidines, and organic mercury compounds, e.g., methylmercury, also produce irreversible damage to nucleic acids (Sletten and Nerdal, 1997).
One of the most fundamental distinctions in the natural world is between prokaryotic cells, including bacteria, whose genes are not enclosed in a membrane-bound nucleus, and eukaryotic ones whose genes are.
Prokaryotic means "before the nucleus"; therefore, prokaryotic cells are those that do not have a well-defined nucleus.
Flow cytometry (FCM), a powerful technique for the rapid characterization of cell populations, has been used widely to study prokaryotic cells in different environments (Garcia-Ochoa et al., 1998).
Garca-Rubio, "Quantitative Analysis of Prokaryotic Cells: Vegetative Cells and Spores," Rep.
International contributors to a dozen chapters examine telomeres' properties, replication strategies, and roles--perhaps as "double agents"--in the evolution of the genome from prokaryotic cells (those without nuclei), and tumor expression/suppression.
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