Anatomy of Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes. Prokaryotic Cell Structure Cell size, shapes, and arrangements Parts of a Prokaryotic Cell Glycocalyx: slime layer or capsule Fimbriae and sex pilus, flagella Cell wall and plasma membrane (g+, g-, mycobacteria, archaebacteria)
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Osmosis is the passive transport of water across a selectively permeable membrane.
Bacterial growth media is made to be isotonic with cells ( ~ 1% dissolved substances)
Nucleoid (Nuclear Area)
Ribosomes from eukaryotes are larger and constructed differently
Endospores are heat-resistant, UV resistant, and chemically resistant
Proteins similar to actin in eukaryotes help in expanding the peptidoglycan during bacterial growth by acting as scaffolds