Dr Moore's Exam III Study Guide

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Dr. Moore’s study guide for Exam III Take these concepts and quiz yourself multiple times until you are confident you understand each one. Use your notes and study guides to make sure that you are familiar with all aspects of the concepts that we discussed. Figures from the book can be helpful as well, especially those used in class to illustrate major concepts. Cells within Cells: Endosymbiosis and the Origin of Eukaryotes : You should know… - Differences between prokaryotes and eukaryotes Pro - circular dna, small, no nuclear envelope Euk - linear dna, large Both can be autotrophs - What the Serial Endosymbiosis theory (SET) describes Sequential acquisition of materials to form eukaryotic cells. - The fusion hypothesis for the origin of the nucleus Archae bacteria become nucleus -Which organisms are involved? Bacteria/archaebacteria -Which organism became the nucleus? - The bacterial progenitors of mitochondria and chloroplasts and the order in which they were acquired Cyan bacteria - chloroplast Alpha proteo bacteria - mitochondria - Multiple lines of evidence that support the SET -We discussed five lines of evidence! Size
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