Molecular Cell Biology (8th Edition) by Harvey Lodish, Arnold Berk, Monty Krieger, Anthony

By Harvey Lodish, Arnold Berk, Monty Krieger, Anthony Bretscher, Hidde Ploegh, Angelika Amon, Chris Kaiser, Kelsey Martin

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D) A colonial single-celled green alga, Syred/Science Source. Part (c) Science Source. Part (d) micro_photo/iStockphoto/Getty Images. Part (e) Courtesy of Dr. Helen M. Blau (Stanford University School of Medicine) and Dr. Clas B. Johansson (Karolinska Institutet). ] To learn about biological systems, however, we must examine one small portion of a living system at a time. The biology of cells is a logical starting point because an organism can be viewed as consisting of interacting cells, which are the closest thing to autonomous biological units that exist.

Part (c) Science Source. Part (d) micro_photo/iStockphoto/Getty Images. Part (e) Courtesy of Dr. Helen M. Blau (Stanford University School of Medicine) and Dr. Clas B. Johansson (Karolinska Institutet). ] To learn about biological systems, however, we must examine one small portion of a living system at a time. The biology of cells is a logical starting point because an organism can be viewed as consisting of interacting cells, which are the closest thing to autonomous biological units that exist.

3000 million years ago Photosynthesizing cyanobacteria evolve; they use water as a reducing agent, thereby producing oxygen as a waste product. 1850 million years ago Unicellular eukaryotes appear. 1200 million years ago Simple multicellular organisms evolve, mostly consisting of cell colonies of limited complexity. 580–500 million years ago Most modern phyla of animals begin to appear in the fossil record during the Cambrian explosion. , trilobites, crustaceans), echinoderms, mollusks, brachiopods, foraminifers, radiolarians, etc.

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