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Worksheet 5: Refer to parts of chapters 25, 27. Use ppts to figure out what to read in the text. Learning Objectives: 1) Explain the Miller Urey experiment detailing the set up and observations. 2) Explain the chemical evolution hypothesis. 3) What properties should a biological molecule have to start biological evolution? Which was this molecule and what is the evidence? 4) Draw a schematic of a bacterial cell and correlate its structures with respective functions 5) What are some of the major categories of Arcahea? What are their characteristic traits? 6) Compare and contrast characteristics of the three domains of life with respect to – presence of a nuclear envelope, presence of membrane bound organelles, presence of peptidoglycan in cell wall, type of membrane lipids, linkage between glycerol and fatty acids in membrane
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