Chapter 27 Evolution of Eukaryotes v3

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BIOL 2108 Biological Principles II – Fall 2009 Campbell & Reece Chapter 27: Evolution of Prokaryotic Protists Study Tools: Endosymbiosis and the Evolution of the Eucaryotes Additional Resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endosymbiotic_theory Be sure to bring your biology textbook and a printout of these instructions to your SI Section! Review Cellular Respiration: One of the primary (most critical to life) metabolic reactions that occurs inside cells involves cellular respiration--converting the energy stored in the covalent bonds of simple sugars (Glucose: C6 H12 O6) into ATP, an energy molecule that fuels the other metabolic reactions that are necessary for living things such as movement, growth, reproduction, etc. (See Chapter 9 in your textbook for to review what you should remember from BIOL 2107). Part I Features of Prokaryotes: Prokaryotes, the first known living organisms, evolved 3.5 billion years ago. Although we use the common name bacteria, the prokaryotes are divided into 2 Domains,
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