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Happy Monday! 5-1-17

Happy Monday! 5-1-17

Happy Monday! 5-1-17. Come in Quietly Pick up a Cell Rubric and Cell parts Handout Have your binder open to section 10.4 Begin writing in your planner for the week. Looking inside the cells 10.4. How Do the Parts of a Cell Work?

By Patman
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Fungi

Fungi

Fungi. 13 Rabiulawal 1430H 10 March 2009. Outline for Medical Mycology. General properties of fungi, growth and isolation Classification of fungi: superficial mycoses, subcutaneous mycoses, endemic (systemic) mycoses Mycotoxins Antifungal chemotherapy Hypersensitivity to fungi.

By issac
(642 views)

Chapter 27

Chapter 27

Chapter 27. Bacteria and Archaea. Overview: Masters of Adaptation. Prokaryotes thrive almost everywhere, including places too acidic, salty, cold, or hot for most other organisms. There are more prokaryotes in a handful of fertile soil than the number of people who have ever lived.

By Gabriel
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18.3 Kingdom & Domains

18.3 Kingdom & Domains

18.3 Kingdom & Domains. I. Updating Classification Systems A. From 2 to 5 Kingdoms 1. only Plantae & Animalia to start 2. by 1950 Monera , Protista, & Fungi added B. 6 kingdoms 1. In 1990’s Kingdom Monera questioned 2. Then split into Eubacteria & Archaebacteria.

By MikeCarlo
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CHARACTERISTICS OF PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC CELLS

CHARACTERISTICS OF PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC CELLS

CHARACTERISTICS OF PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC CELLS. CHAPTER 4.

By Leo
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Cell Boundaries

Cell Boundaries

Cell Boundaries. Regulating Cell Environment. The cell has to be able to regulate its internal environment. Its internal environment is very different than the external environments that it is bathed in. Cells use cell walls and cell membrane to control its environment.

By Faraday
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Lecture-3 A Survey of Prokaryotic Cells and Microorganisms

Lecture-3 A Survey of Prokaryotic Cells and Microorganisms

Lecture-3 A Survey of Prokaryotic Cells and Microorganisms. The cell. The cell can be defined : as a basic functional unit of life .

By Gabriel
(485 views)

Diversity in Biology

Diversity in Biology

Diversity in Biology. Taxonomy. Taxonomy is the science of naming and classifying organisms A taxon is a group of organisms in a classification system The levels of classification from broadest to most specific: Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species.

By Leo
(462 views)

Unit 3 CH 7 - Cell Structure/ Function

Unit 3 CH 7 - Cell Structure/ Function

Unit 3 CH 7 - Cell Structure/ Function. “ The Basic Unit of Life ”. 7.1 – Cell Discovery and Theory. How is microscope technology related to discoveries of cells? What are the similarities and differences between compound light microscopes and electron microscopes?

By emily
(242 views)

What makes a Plant a Plant?

What makes a Plant a Plant?

What makes a Plant a Plant?. Plant Characteristics How are Plants Classified. Plant Characteristics. They make their own food Chloroplasts contain chlorophyll Chlorophyll absorbs energy from the sun Plants use the energy to make food - glucose (sugar) Process is called Photosynthesis.

By jaden
(287 views)

Things associated with weather

Things associated with weather

Tornado Hurricane Cold front Cumulus clouds Sleet Barometer El Nino. Things associated with weather. Waves Moon Algae Pacific Ships Tropical fish George Clooney. Things associated with oceans. Nile Missouri Thames Hudson Amazon Mississippi Swanee. Rivers. Photosynthesis

By benjamin
(757 views)

2 Types of Cells: Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic

2 Types of Cells: Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic

2 Types of Cells: Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic. Do not have a nucleus. No membrane covered organelles. Circular DNA. Eukaryotic Cells : What we have!. Complicated internal structure. Membrane covered organelles. Contain a nucleus. Linear DNA. Organelles – “Little Organs”.

By viho
(315 views)

The Structure of the Cell

The Structure of the Cell

The Structure of the Cell. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOTke2eJ5K8. Cell Theory:. 1. The basic unit of life 2. All living things are composed of cells 3. Cells come from preexisting cells. Two Types of Cells:.

By elan
(614 views)

PROTEINS

PROTEINS

PROTEINS. INTRODUCTION. Useful Proteins. There are thousands and thousands of different combinations of amino acids that can make up proteins and that would increase if each one had multiple shapes Proteins usually have only one useful conformation

By fawn
(410 views)

Proline -rich proteins (PRPs)

Proline -rich proteins (PRPs)

Proline -rich proteins (PRPs). Nan Jiang. Plant cell wall proteins Structural proteins Hydroxyproline -rich glycoproteins (HRGPs) Proline -rich proteins (PRPs) Research paper. Plant cell wall proteins. Structural proteins: the major part of cell wall proteins

By tory
(298 views)

Diffusion and Osmosis

Diffusion and Osmosis

Diffusion and Osmosis. Section 1.2. The Cell Membrane. The cell membrane is: Selectively permeable Permeable = Pass through (Latin) Cell membrane = Gate-Keeper that determines what can and can’t enter the cell. Who comes in for the party?

By shamus
(155 views)

Membranes and Cell Transport

Membranes and Cell Transport

Membranes and Cell Transport. Lab Exercise – Week # 8. Student Readings. Lecture textbook – Campbell and Reece, Seventh Edition Pages 124 – 138. Objectives For the student to:.

By emilie
(1055 views)

PROTISTS

PROTISTS

PROTISTS. Protist classification. eukaryotic mostly unicellular The protist kingdom is a “dumping ground” –includes organisms that have exceptions to the many rules that scientists attempt to apply to them. Kingdom Protista. Animal like -- Protozoa (zooplankton)

By bert
(576 views)

Prokaryotic V Eukaryotic

Prokaryotic V Eukaryotic

Prokaryotic V Eukaryotic. Prokaryotic cells – (‘pro’ = before, ‘karyote’ = nucleus) have no nucleus or nuclear membranes. Eukaryotic cells – (‘eu’ = true, ‘karyote’ = nucleus) have a nucleus bounded by nuclear membranes. Timeline showing evolution of prokaryotes and eukaryotes.

By britain
(282 views)

CELLS

CELLS

CELLS. The Discovery of Cells. Cells - the basic unit of living organisms; weren’t discovered until the invention of the microscope (Anton van Leewenhoek). The Discovery of Cells. The term “cells” was a term coined by Robert Hooke as he studied the first cork cells.

By may
(346 views)

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