Question : This is for a project in science. I am making a model of the yeast cell and I need the actual (or close) measurements of the organelles such as the vacuole, golgi body, chromosomes, mitochondria, nucleolus, cell well, etc. The measurements will have the unit of measurement such as nanometer, micrometer, etc. I will convert them to a visible model later, but I am in great need of the actual size of the cell and its organelles first. A link/url would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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Question : Links or answers?
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Answer : Characteristics
All fungi have a range of features that clearly separate them from other organisms and help to define the fungal kingdom.
* All fungi are eukaryotic, containing membrane-bound nuclei with chromosomes. Some characteristics of eukaryotes shared by fungi include the presence of membrane-bound cytoplasmic organelles, DNA with noncoding regions called introns, sterol-containing membranes, and ribosomes of the 80S type.
* Fungi typically grow as hyphae, which extend at their tips. This apical growth is in contrast with other filamentous organisms, like filamentous green algae, which grow by repeated cell divisions within a chain of cells (intercalary growth). Some fungi grow as single-celled yeasts which reproduce by budding, and some dimorphic fungi can switch between a yeast phase and a hyphal phase in response to environmental conditions.
* Fungi are heterotrophic, requiring preformed organic compounds as energy sources and also as carbon skeletons f..
Question : Because I am allergic to yeast I read a lot of ingredient labels. I see yeast in a lot of products, which I am sure I cannot have. I also see yeast extract and autolyzed yeast listed in a lot of products. Are these two safe, or should I continue to avoid them too?
Answer : If you are allergic to yeast you will also be allergic to the extract and autolysed yeast (which are concentrated extracts of yeast)