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These are just folds in the inner membrane and once again the inner membrane is also a phospholipid bilayer.Now inside of the inner membranes, so between the outer membrane and the inner membrane you could imagine what this is gonna be called.Take a look at our online gallery featuring genuine photos and videos of real singles seeking dates.- Let's delve into the world of mitochondria which are probably my favorite organelle.Now before I get into the structure of mitochondria, I wanna talk a little bit about its fascinating past because we think of cells as the most basic unit of life and that is true, that comes straight out of cell theory, but it turns out the most prevalent theory of how mitochondria got into our cells is that at one time the predecessors, the ancestors to our mitochondria, were free, independent organisms, microorganisms.So they're descendent from bacterial-like microorganisms that might have been living on their own and they were maybe really good at processing energy or maybe they were even good at other things, but at some point in the evolutionary past, they got ingested by what the ancestors of our cells and instead of just being engulfed and being torn to shreds and kind of being digested and eaten, it was like, "Hey, wait, if these things stick around, "those cells are more likely to survive "because they're able to help process glucose "or help generate more energy out of things." And so the cells that were able to kind of live in symbiosis have them kind of give a place for the mitochondria to live or the pre-mitochondria, the ancestor mitochondria, those survived and then through kind of the processes of natural selection, this is what we now associate, we now associate eukaryotic cells as having mitochondria, so I find this whole idea of one organism being inside of another organism in symbiosis even at the cellular level, that's kind of mind-boggling, but anyway, I'll stop talking about that and now let's just talk about the present, let's talk about what the actual structure of mitochondria are. So what I've drawn right over here this would be its outer membrane.So all the DNA that's inside of you, the bulk of it, yes, it is in your nuclear DNA, but you still have a little bit of DNA in your mitochondria and what's interesting is your mitochondrial DNA, your mitochondria, are inherited, essentially, from your mother's side, because when a egg is fertilized, a human egg has tons of mitochondria in it and I'm obviously not drawing all of the things in the human egg. The sperm has some mitochondria in it, you could imagine it needs to be able to win that very competitive fight to get to fertilize the egg, but the current theory is all or most of that gets digested or dissolved once it actually gets into the egg.And anyway, the egg itself has way more mitochondria, so the DNA in your mitochondria is from your mother or is essentially from your mother's side and that's actually used, mitochondrial DNA, when people talk about kind of an ancient Eve or tracing back to having kind of one common mother, people are looking at the mitochondrial DNA, so it is actually quite, quite fascinating.
Sometimes I've seen the pronunciation of this as cristae, cristae or cristae, that's plural for crista.But when we talk about eukaryotic cells, we're not just talking about a membrane-bound nucleus, we're also talking about other membrane-bound organelles and in a close second place for a membrane-bound structure that is very important to the cell would be the mitochondria.So let's draw some mitochondria right over here. A-T-P factories and if you watched the videos on ATP or cellular respiration or other videos, I'd repeatedly talk about how ATP is really the currency for energy in the cell that when it's in its ATP form you have adenosine triphosphate.You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.