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The liver is supplied by the hepatic artery bringing oxygenated blood to it. The liver is also supplied by the hepatic portal vein. This brings the absorbed nutrients from the small and large intestine to the liver for processing. Blood is drained from the liver via the hepatic vein which joins into the inferior vena cava.see more
Prokaryotes do not have a membrane bound nucleus, eukaryotes do.
Prokaryotes have plasmids.
Prokaryotes have smalled ribosomes than eukaryotes.
Eukaryotes have more organelles than prokaryotes. I.e. eukaryotes have mitochondria, golgi, RER, SER which the prokaryotes do not.see more
A zymogen is the inactive form of an enzyme. For instance the enzyme pepsinogen is produced by chief cells in the gastric pits. Pepsinogen is a zymogen. Hydrochloric acid produced by the parietal cells of the gastric pit work to cleave a peptide bond forming pepsin, which can now work to digest proteins in the stomach.see more