Module 4 Lecture Assignment 5

Module 4 Lecture Assignment 5

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Jennifer Williams SID: 1001224156 Due: 15-Feb-2015 Module 4 - Week 4: Lecture Assignment 5 BIOL 2460-500: Microbiology 1 page table/chart comparing & contrasting the prokaryotic & eukaryotic cells Badon – Spring 2015 Eukaryotes Both Prokaryotes Found in complex organisms, multicellular with specialized function (Few unicellular, but complex) Cytoplasmic content Unicellular, single cell Membrane bound organelles Contain ribosomes (70s in prokaryote, 80s in eukaryote) No membrane bound organelles Lack cell wall (except in plants, simple cell wall), instead cytoplasmic membrane Cell membrane composed of phospholipids, cholesterol, & proteins Has complex cell wall True nucleus (contains DNA) No nucleus, instead nucleiod (contains DNA) DNA is mulitple chromosomes with histone arrangement (linear)
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