At the end of the 60-minute period, at least 75% of the student’s should be able to:
1. Differentiate prokaryotic from eukaryoticcells.
II. Subject Matter
a. Topic: Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes
b.1. Department of Education. 2002. Operations...
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...
Final Exam Study Guide (Honors)
1. What are the steps of the scientific method?
-Ask a Question
-Write a Hypothesis
-Gather Results (table, graph)
-Make a Conclusion
2. What are the categories of classification in order from least...
Chapter 3 Cell Function and Structure
j What You Will Be Learning
3.1 How Penicillin Was Discovered
3.2 Cell Theory: All Living Things Are Made of Cells
3.3 Membranes: All Cells Have Them
3.4 Prokaryotic and EukaryoticCells Have
3.5 Some Antibiotics...
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 bus with a rope. Give reason.
4) Give two examples to show that greater the mass greater the inertia.
5) Calculate the of a toy car weighing...
Microbiology (Living things too small to be seen without magnification)
1. Various Types of Microorganisms (Microbes):
a. Bacteria, algae, protozoa, helminthes (parasitic invertebrate-worms)
2. Multiple types of Professions Using Microbiology:
b. A staff microbiologist at the...
FROM ATOMS TO ORGANISMS
From the frigid Antarctic to the burning Sahara Desert, from the highest mountaintop to the deepest regions of the sea, life is everywhere. How can all the world’s living creatures, from whales to bacteria, fit into a single definition of life? In...
Structure of Cell Units
There are two basic types of cells found in living organisms - the prokaryoticcells and the eukaryoticcells. This classification is based on three main features, namely;
* Organisation of biomembranes
* Nature of cytoplasmic organelles and
* Arrangement of the nuclear...
Lab #1 ‐ Introduction to the Microscopy &
Observation of Prokaryotic and EukaryoticCells
Many of the cells and organisms that you will be studying are at the lower
limits of visibility of light microscopes; therefore, it is extremely important
Study of the relationships living organisms have with each other and their environment.
A community together with its environment; any environment containing organisms interacting with each other and the non-living parts of the environment (e.g. rainforest and freshwater...
Prokaryoticcells are single celled organisms that were formed at the formation of the earth, so are the most basic life forms. The prokaryotes are organised in the ‘three domain system’ and include bacteria and blue-green algae. Prokaryotes live in many environments including extreme habitats such...
|Within cells there is an intricate network of organelles that |
|all have unique functions. These organelles allow the cell to |
|function properly. Arranged below according to location |
|(nucleus, cytoplasm, and surface) is a description of common |
|organelles. You may click...
be answered in about 70 words.
4. Questions 27 to 41 are multiple choice questions (MCQs) based on Practical Skills carrying 1
mark each question
1. In what type of wave alternate compressions and rarefactions are formed?
2. Although gravitational force which acts on all bodies is proportional...
Eukaryotes are organisms whose cells are organized into complex structures by internal membranes and a cytoskeleton. The most characteristic membrane bound structure is the nucleus. This feature gives them their name, (also spelled "eucaryote,") which comes from the Greek word referring to the nucleus...
Introduction to Microbiology
1. What is microbiology? What types of organisms are studied by microbiologists?
the study of very small living things
a set of techniques for studying very small organisms
What types of microorganisms are studied by microbiologists?
1. What are the three...
world is made up of cells, life of humans, plants, and animals. I know that to understand the nature of life we must first comprehend the cell, its parts, and organelles.
There are two different types of cells, including prokaryotic and eukaryotic. Living bacteria is an example of something that contains...
After completing this exercise and reading the corresponding material in your text, you should be able to
1. Prepare a wet mount slide
2. Identify structures described in this lab on slides
3. Cite examples of the wide diversity of celltypes
4. Relate differences...
Final Biology Exam Review
Unit One: Cellular Processes
Apoptosis – Known as cell suicide, lysosomes break open and decompose the entire cell.
Triglyceride – A lipid molecule composed of glycerol and three fatty acids.
Simple diffusion – Movement of particles from an area...
What is Life?
What Is Life?
Read each statement. Write a 100-word summary explaining how that media piece supports that statement and include reference citations.
1. Find a media piece—article, video, presentation, song, or other—related to the scientific method, creating hypotheses...
Workshop Packet for Exam 1
Use lectures posted on the MyPima site for the course, text and possibly the internet to complete this activity.
Write or type out your responses and turn in for a grade. Responses need to be in your own words. Any student suspected of plagiarism will earn a “ZERO” on...