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  1. What is the cell theory? • What is the difference between a plant and an animal cell? • What is the function of the Golgi body? • What is the function of the cell membrane?

  2. Eukaryotes, Prokaryotes, and Viruses

  3. Take out folded notes: • Homeostasis: maintaining internal equilibrium by adjusting its physiological processes. • Multicellular organism : Organisms that consist of more than one cell. • Single celled organism: Organisms that consist of one cell.

  4. Prokaryotes“pro- before, -karyote – nucleus”

  5. Characteristics of Prokaryotes • No nucleus • Small, simple cells • Contains a Cell wall

  6. Types of Prokaryotes • Bacteria • Single celled • Archea – Closely related to eukaryotes • Single celled

  7. Eukaryotes“eu- true, -karyote – nucleus”

  8. Characteristics of Eukaryotes • Complex and large cells • Contains nucleus and organelles • Multicellular or single celled

  9. Types of Eukaryotes • Animal • Multicellular • Plant • Multicellular • Cell wall • Chloroplast • Fungus • Multicellular • Protist • Single Celled

  10. Characteristics of Eukaryotes

  11. Viruses

  12. Types of Viruses • Animal Viruses • Plant Viruses • Bacterial Viruses • Achaean Viruses

  13. Characteristics of a Virus • Are not made of cells • Contains a capsid – protein coat • Contains genetic material (RNA or DNA) • Nonliving • Can only reproduce inside of a living host cell

  14. Who am I? I have a cell wall, I am multicellular, and I have chloroplast

  15. Who am I? I have DNA but I do not reproduce on my own

  16. Who am I? I have a nucleus, a cell membrane, and cytoplasm.

  17. Who am I? I am not a cell.

  18. Who am I? I have ribosomes, a cell membrane, but I do not have a nucleus.

  19. Who am I?

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