Prokaryotes_Eukarotes

Prokaryotes_Eukarotes - environment on Earth Eubacteria –...

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Today’s Objectives TSW distinguish between plant and animal cells and diagram them. TSW distinguish between prokaryotes and eukaryotes.
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Plants, Fungi & Animal Cells Plants Only Cell wall of cellulose Central vacuole Chloroplasts Animals Only Lysosomes Centrioles Fungi Only Cell wall of chitin Central vacuole No chloroplasts
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Prokaryotes – “Bacteria” Simplest and oldest form of life Usually single celled
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Prokaryotes are ABUNDANT They can live in any
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Unformatted text preview: environment on Earth Eubacteria – common bacteria Archaebacteria – ancient bacteria; live in harsh environments Eukaryotes vs. Prokaryotes Eukaryotes – Nucleus & Organelles – Linear chromosomes – Unicellular or multicellular – Cell wall (plants & fungus) – Cell membrane (all) Prokaryotes – No organelles – Circular chromosomes – Unicellular or colonial – Cell wall – Cell membrane...
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