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11.22: Evolution of Simple Cells

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cyanobacteria

Single celled prokaryotes that were extremely abundant in the Precambrian.

DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)

Major nucleic acid in use today; DNA stores genetic information and replicates it.

nucleic acid

Organic substance that stores genetic information; nucleic acids replicate hereditary information and express it through protein synthesis.

prokaryote

Organism that lacks a cell nucleus or membrane-bound organelles.

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