be able to:
To prepare for class use the MasteringMicrobiology > Study Area > MP3 Tutor Session > Cell Structure and Function
1. Differentiatebetweenprokaryoticcells and eukaryoticcells.
|Characteristic |Prokaryotes |Eukaryotes |
concepts of the cell theory
b. Identify the parts of a cell
c. Describe the function of each cell part
d. Differentiateprokaryotic from eukaryoticcells
e. Compare plant and animal cells
A. The Cell Theory
structurally made up of
1. What are living things made
b. To identify various structures of animal and plant cells.
There are two general categories of cells: eukaryoticcells and prokaryoticcells. Eukaryoticcells have a true nucleus which is separated from the rest of the cell by a membrane. The nucleus contains chromosomes, which...
goal: Describe how a cell functions: the whole is greater than the sum of it parts (it shows emergent properties).
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Knowledge goals: 4 3 2 1 0
1 I can explain what a theory is in science.
2 I can list the 3 components of the cell theory.
3 I can explain...
Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and EukaryoticCellsProkaryotic and EukaryoticCells
Distinguishing characteristics of prokaryotic (prenucleus) cells are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Genetic material (DNA) is one circular chromosome and is not enclosed within a membrane. Lacking other membrane-enclosed...
Biology 156 Lesson 3
Cells are very complex even though they are “the basic unit of life”. As you discovered in the last lesson there is a lot that goes into making these microscopic units. Everything going into making cells is important to maintaining life. In this lesson you will explore...
not only shape our biological world, but also shape us as humans. Students examine the scientific method, evolution and biodiversity, the biology of cells, energy systems, the dynamics of inheritance, and the effect humans have on the environment. The text emphasizes methods and the theoretical foundations...
Chapter 7 Vocabulary List & Study Guide
Objectives: 1. Identify cell organelles and explain their functions.
2. Distinguish betweenprokaryotic and eukaryoticcells.
3. Describe the endomembrane systems within cells.
Magnification- the ratio of an objects...
( for revision purpose only– not an holiday assignment)
1) An athlete runs a certain distance before taking a long jump. Why?
2) A cyclist does not come to rest immediately after he stops pedaling. Give reason.
3) It is advised to tie your baggage kept on the roof of the...
prokaryoticcells do not have a nucleus and eukaryoticcells do.
- prokaryoticcells lack some organelles and eukaryoticcells do not.
- prokaryoticcells are not found in humans and eukaryoticcells are.
- prokaryoticcells are always unicellular and eukaryoticcells are often multicellular.
ASS 1: The structure of cells/tissues and their properties
By Benjamin Bowles
Page 1 Contents Page
Page 2 Introduction
Page 3 Introduction (cont.)
Page 4 Diagrams of animal cell, plant cell and bacteria cell
Page 5 Table of Organelles
two main comparisons of a eukaryoticcell and a prokaryoticcell
The first major characteristic difference between these two cells is the size. Prokaryoticcells are measured at 1-10um whereas, the eukaryoticcell is measured at 10-100um therefore making the eukaryoticcell considerably larger.
Investigating the differences between animal, plant, yeast and bacterial cells
One of the most important differences is that animal, plant and yeast cells are eukaryotic, meaning that they have a nucleus. Bacterial cells are prokaryotic, they have no nucleus and the genetic information is free floating...
type of cloning which is performed for the purpose of creating a duplicate copy of another organism. It is accomplished using a process called somatic cell nuclear transfer. In 1996, Scottish researchers announced that they had successfully cloned the first mammal, a sheep that came to be known as Dolly...
Prokaryotic fission, which is binary fission, is a form of asexual reproduction and cell division used by allprokaryotes, (bacteria and archaebacteria), and some organelles within eukaryotic organisms (e.g.,mitochondria).
When a cell (or body, population, or species)...
D) hypothesis, experiment, observation, conclusion
E) experiment, observation, hypothesis, conclusion
2. The Cell Theory states that "all cells come from other cells," but this is impossible to prove. This theory is an example of making broad-scale generalizations from specific observations...
____ 1. Which of the following organisms do not have cell walls?
a. | plants | c. | bacteria |
b. | fungi | d. | animals |
____ 2. Folded membranes are an advantage to a cell because _____.
a. | cell processes can be more efficient |
b. | the membranes provide a large surface...
Biology 232 Spring 2011 Test 2 Learning Objectives
Chapter 5 EukaryoticCells and Microorganisms
1. Distinguish betweeneukaryotic flagella and cilia.
Flagella- thicker- covered by an extension of the cell membrane, help them move:
Cilia- to help them move, shorter & more numerous: found a single...
organisms with cell walls that has the same substance as that of the outer bodies of insects.
| Kingdom Prokarya |
| Kingdom Fungi |
| Kingdom Protista |
| Kingdom Plantae |
Question 6 Explanation:
The cell walls of fungi are made of the polymer chitin, not cellulose like plant cells, which is...
that not only shape the biological world, but also shape humans. Students examine the scientific method, evolution and biodiversity, the biology of cells, physiology, the dynamics of inheritance, and the effect humans have on the environment. The text emphasizes methods and the theoretical foundations...