L#07%2009-06-11%20Study%20Questions%20ch3%20cell%20history%2c%20prokaryotes%2c%20antibiotics%2c%20me

L#07%2009-06-11%20Study%20Questions%20ch3%20cell%20history%2c%20prokaryotes%2c%20antibiotics%2c%20me

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Biology 1103 Tuesday 09-06-11 Study questions for Lecture #7 – Chapter 3 – cell history, prokaryotic cells, antibiotics, cell membranes. Chapter 3 1. What was the contribution of Anton van Leewenhoek and Robert Hooke to our understanding of cell structure? 2. What is the Cell Theory? 3. Can you list five differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells? 4. How does the cell wall of prokaryotes differ from the cell wall of plants?
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Unformatted text preview: 5. Compare prokaryotic ribosomes with eukaryotic ribosomes. 6. What is the difference between Gram positive and Gram negative cells? 7. Who was Alexander Fleming? What is an antibiotic? How does penicillin work to destroy gram positive cells? 8. How does Streptomycin prevent Gram negative cells from reproducing? 9. What is the structure of cell membranes? 10. What is Diffusion, Facilitated Diffusion, Active Transport?...
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