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mitochondria was the powerhouse of the cell
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    • The mitochondria is actually one of the first examples of symbiosis between cells where one cell was eaten by another but that cell just started to produce for the other and cells were able to focus on other things then making energy.
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    • Africa still looks like that
      Apevia 1 aug
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    • ATTENTION ALL
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    • I think it would be interesting to go back in time and live in that era
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    • So nobody taught black people science?
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    • Living in the moment, not a cellphone in sight
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    • A pre industrial agrarian world with no formation of countries? Sign me up
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    • Ideal society?
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    • To be fair, when living like this we didn't know about mitochondria
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    • Cool fact about mitochondria! They actually are not part of our body, they are bacterial organisms and one was engulfed by a early form of life, and that life said “hmmm this guy is good at making energy, I won’t eat him” and just kept the mitochondria along for the day ride. They have their own DNA
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    • anprim be like "Sounds good to me"
      leeches 1 aug
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    • That’s why the Incans perished
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    • You mean, what society would look like if American Indians and black were in charge.
      sarah285 2 aug
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    • Honestly this is how I'm tryna be living sometimes tho
      DflavidB 2 aug
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    • Guess Africa just don’t know that the mitochondria is the powerhouse of a cell
      gummo_3 1 aug
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    • Idk the stone houses look pretty cool.
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    • Other than the incest and dying at age 30. These kinda times dont sound so bad honestly
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    • Dang I missed the group masturbation
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    • Honestly it would be a fukin upgrade
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    • Ok but seriously, the other day I was trying to remember all the parts of an animal cell and I got cell wall, mitochondria, the DNA, ..... Like I can't remember anything else!
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    • U say that like it's a bad thing
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    • Don’t ever forget it
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    • We'd probably all die from some disease because people wouldn't know about virus and bacteria. Because people wouldn't actually ignore science and allow people to die for profit, right.
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    • You probably left out all the other stuff we wouldn’t know, and then just picked out a specific one, cheater
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    • I would honestly love to that lifestyle
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    • And I don't see a problem with that
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    • Ha! Still more advanced than current day Africa!
      DiddyMan 4 aug
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    • Everyone remembers this little fact, but no one seems to remember why it’s important. It’s basically where all animal life came from, the distinct moment in time we can point to and say “life like you emerged from this event.”
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    • This is my time to shine: Did you know that the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell. It works like a generator, producing energy for the cell to use. That is why the Mitochondria is the best organelle!
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    • Still no social distancing
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    • The penis is rifled
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    • Honestly I'm chill wit that
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    • That’s society if the Indians where still the only people on North America
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    • The dream
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    • Where so lucky
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    • Reject modern life. Embrace ooga booga
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    • They all seem happier to me.
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    • What a time
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    • To be honest the only reason I remember that the mitochondria is the power house of the cell was because ITS A FLIPPEN MEME... by this logic what if we made a meme of something important like architecture or space and benefit the memers and the rest of society
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    • I am the only one who actually learned the rest of the cell's organelles?
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    • I'd rather live in a cave
      trrtlz 3 aug
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    • Did you know red blood cells don’t have a mitochondria
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    • The mighty mitochondria
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    • HeroDubz 3 aug
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    • According to schools
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    • The earth would be whole and the people still happy
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    • Confused unga boonga*
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    • Africa still looks like this. Thanks to racist liberals
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    • Mitochondria play an important role in cancer through macromolecular synthesis and energy production. Malignant tumors selectively retain mitochondrial genome and ETC function, whereas tumors with pathogenic mitochondrial DNA mutations are benign, indicating the importance of respiration to cancer
      SDShaw 3 aug
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    • I wish I could convert my stomach fat to muscle without work
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    • ooga booga
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    • Ain’t that just pictures of CHAZ
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    • I bet those people were happier and more content with life and each other
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    • Well...you aren't wrong...it was WHEN we didn't know
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    • I wish it was still the nineteenth century. Being able to live off the land and just you and a horse go anywhere you want no people to bother you unless you go into town and everything’s cheap and easy to get money. Easy to live the true American dream.
      realcrow 2 aug
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    • The mitochondria are the powerhouses of the cell.* It's not that hard
      Ford_ST 2 aug
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    • Those were the days...
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    • I don’t see a problem here??? Anyone else?
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    • According to the education system anyway
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    • Looks better than today’s society
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    • It'd be better
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    • Looks better than we have now to me
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    • Preferable
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    • A simpler time
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    • Ah yes, the good old days
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    • God I miss it
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    • Yiu ever wonder like if you could restart your life from like 10 years old knowing everything you do now but you wouldnt be able to convince people youre from the future cause youre just a kid and no one would believe you but youd be super smart and stuff. What woild you do
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    • Reject moderninity, embrace tribalism
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    • I loathe the popular entertainment's assumption that our ancestors were knuckle-dragging, mouth- breathing, grunting morons. Their ancestors maybe, not mine
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    • Nigga I bet you couldn't do that even now
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    • Ooga booga bitch
      Much_Wow 2 aug
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    • Like a meme referencing a show, I was excited when we got to it in anatomy lol
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    • Wait, mitochindria is the powerhouse of the cell?
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    • Man I hate school with a passion
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    • Then I wish we didn't know
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    • Based?
      TheRegu 2 aug
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    • Take me back to the times of building houses from scratch with whatever was around.
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    • We would still be true apex, so I’m fine with that.
      Koolmems 1 aug
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    • better times
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    • That knowledge I’ve not used once since graduating
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    • I’d like to state that megalithic rock structures are in fact far more advanced than modern architecture.
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    • Take me back to ooga booga times
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    • That, but without the problems of that time period. Yes please.
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    • top left doesn’t look that bad tbh
      _Jupiter 1 aug
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    • Wish we could go back to living like this while maintaining our modern knowledge.
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    • I opened this comment section full well knowing that there was going to be an Africa joke
      PapaJuan 1 aug
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    • Band geeks be like
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    • And we’d be better off
      MCKent 1 aug
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    • SetSage 1 aug
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    • Anprim feature?????
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    • I wouldn’t mind dying when I’m 20
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    • Those were the days
      SetSage 1 aug
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    • The tca cycle happens inside the inner mitochondrial matrix while the electron transport chain (uses oxygen, primary power source) takes place along the inner mitochondrial membrane.
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    • I like this society better. More meaning in my job.
      B_R_U_H 1 aug
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    • Doesn’t look too shabby to me
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    • We should go back to hunter-gatherer societies and live as man was supposed to
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