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English: A diagram of a typical prokaryotic cell. This diagram, made in Adobe Illustrator, is an improved version of a similar diagram, Image:Prokaryote cell diagram.svg, which was also made by LadyofHats. Besides general appearance changes, this version adds plasmids and pili, and notes that DNA is circular.
Latina: Diagramma cellulae naturalis prokaryoticae. Adobe Illustratore factaerat.
Date 2 March 2008
Source Own work (Source: Typical prokaryotic cell, Chapter 4: Mutagenicity of alkyl N-acetoxybenzohydroxamates, Concept 1: Common Features of All Cells, Cells - Structure and Function)
Author Mariana Ruiz Villarreal, LadyofHats
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