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Eucaryotic Cell Structure and Function

This chapter focuses on eucaryotic cell structure and function. Although procaryotic organisms are immensely important in microbiology, eucaryotic microorganisms-such as fungi, algae, and protozoa-are also prominent members of many ecosystems, and some have medical significance as etiological agents of disease as well. The chapter concludes with a comparison of eucaryotic and procaryotic cells.

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