Cell Structure

The location of DNA

A cell is a self-contained element within an organ of an organism.

Within the cell wall are a variety of parts.

"Each (eukaryotic) cell has

Each part has a different function, and the cell contains DNA of two kinds.

(1) Lifelines, Biology, Freedom and Determinism, copyright (c) Steven Rose 1997, Allen Lane Penguin Press, ISBN 0-713-99157-7


Determinism?
"Humans are not empty organisms, free spirits constrained only by the limits of our imaginations. Nor are we reducible to "nothing but" machines for the replication of our DNA. We are rather, the product of the constant dialectic between "the biological" and "the social" through which humans have evolved, history has been made and we as individuals have been developed."

(1) Lifelines, Biology, Freedom and Determinism, copyright (c) Steven Rose 1997, Allen Lane Penguin Press, ISBN 0-713-99157-7