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Chapter 4, part B

Chapter 4, part B

Chapter 4, part B. Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells. Plasma Membrane. Functions for membranes Selective permeability allows passage of some molecules Movement through the membrane Active - requires energy Passive - no energy involved Enzymes for ATP production

By cody
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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
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Cell Structure and Function

Cell Structure and Function

Cell Structure and Function. Reading quiz (list your answers and correct answers from exam first). List the 3 components of the cell theory You have a cube with length of 1 cm. Explain how to find the volume and the total surface area of the cube. Find each of the values (remember your units). .

By dory
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Zone of Inhibition

Zone of Inhibition

Zone of Inhibition. Area around antibiotic disk with no bacterial growth. Bacteriocidal – no bacteria living in ZOI. Bacteriostatic – bacteria are not reproducing in ZOI. Note the lawn of bacteria. Bacteria and Antibiotics.

By yoshiko
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Zoology 106 course

Zoology 106 course

Zoology 106 course. General Animal Biology. For Premedical Student. By Dr. Ashraf M. Ahmed. 1429-1430H. The Cell. Cellulae (Small room). The Organism’s Basic Unit of Structure and Function. متقدمة. بدائية. Types of cells. Eukaryotic. Prokaryotic. All other forms of life.

By lev
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Cells Structural and functional units of living organisms

Cells Structural and functional units of living organisms

Cells Structural and functional units of living organisms. Eukaryotic (“true nucleus”) vs. Prokaryotic (“before nucleus”) cells Proks - nucleoid is not separated from cytoplasm by a membrane Euks - nuclear material is enclosed in a double membrane - nuclear envelope.

By harlow
(214 views)

Evolution of Kingdoms

Evolution of Kingdoms

Evolution of Kingdoms. Modern Classification System. Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species Taxonomy – structural and physiological Phylogeny: history of the evolution of a species or group of organisms – genetic Evolution – genetic adaptations.

By melisande
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TOPIC: MY GOAL: Get On Task

TOPIC: MY GOAL: Get On Task

MT 10,11 The Basic Unit of Life!. TOPIC: MY GOAL: Get On Task. Tues 11/20/12. I will… recall the cell organelles and their functions. Pick up Cell Organelle handout & ATTACH to ISN p.90 Take out Packet p.4 & ATTACH to ISN p.91. 2 Major TYPES of Cells “ Karyon ” = nucleus PRO = NO

By jerica
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Bio Boot Camp

Bio Boot Camp

Bio Boot Camp. Cells. Sample Question 1. Which of the following is an example of homeostasis found in your body? a. you eat food because it tastes good b. you shiver because you are cold c. you stay well because you take antibiotics when you’re sick

By heman
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Cells Structural and functional units of living organisms

Cells Structural and functional units of living organisms

Cells Structural and functional units of living organisms. Eukaryotic (“true nucleus”) vs. Prokaryotic (“before nucleus”) cells Proks . Eukaryotic (“true nucleus”) vs. Prokaryotic (“before nucleus”) cells Proks - nucleoid is not separated from cytoplasm by a membrane Euks -.

By salim
(157 views)

Basic microbiology

Basic microbiology

Basic microbiology. 4 hour subject Assessments: first mid term exam : 15% Second mid term exam : 15% Final theoretical exam : 40% Total theory: 70% Lab quiz and evaluation 10% Final practical exam 20%. Over view :.

By gefjun
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EARLY SCIENTISTS & BASIC CELLULAR FACTS

EARLY SCIENTISTS & BASIC CELLULAR FACTS

INTRODUCTORY INFORMATION CELL STRUCTURE & FUNCTION. EARLY SCIENTISTS & BASIC CELLULAR FACTS. HE MADE A “MICROSCOPE” A SINGLE POWERFUL LENS LOOKED AT A DROP OF POND WATER AND SAW “ANIMALCULES” (PROTISTS). ANTON van LEEUWENHOEK 1600’S. CREDITED WITH DISCOVERING AND NAMING THE CELL

By coral
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Cellular Biology

Cellular Biology

Cellular Biology. Lesson Two. Cellular Biology. Focuses on understanding living process at a molecular level Cellular biology has opened up new discoveries in genes responsible for cancer, events regulating how a cell divides, and how organisms develop from a single cell. Learning focus.

By kanoa
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Identifying and Classifying Bacteria

Identifying and Classifying Bacteria

Identifying and Classifying Bacteria. What is a prokaryote?. Cells that lack a true nucleus . Cells that lack membrane-bound organelles . Most surrounded by a cell wall. Many secrete a protective slime capsule . How big is a prokaryotic cell?. 1- 5 micrometers (1 millionth of a meter).

By natara
(115 views)

Cells

Cells

Cells. Intro Our understanding of cells as the fundamental unit of life (for both plants and animals) was revolutionary in the seventieth century and even in the nineteenth century. Few scientists then thought that humans shared common traits with plants. CELL THEORY.

By kael
(148 views)

MICROBES

MICROBES

MICROBES. The Virus. Genetic material + Protein coat Geometric shapes Non -living, Reproductive machine. Villains. HIV Hepatitis Herpes Influenza Smallpox Ebola. Infective Pathways. Lytic

By beata
(170 views)

Cell Structure and Function

Cell Structure and Function

Cell Structure and Function. Organelles. Very small (Microscopic) Perform various functions for a cell Found in the cytoplasm May or may not be membrane-bound. Animal Cell Organelles. Ribosome (attached). Nucleolus. Ribosome (free). Nucleus. Cell Membrane. Nuclear envelope.

By glen
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Continuing Section 1.3: III. BIOTIC Parameters

Continuing Section 1.3: III. BIOTIC Parameters

Continuing Section 1.3: III. BIOTIC Parameters. 1. A. Cell Types. Prokaryotic. Eukaryotic. Small Primitive cell Single cell organisms No organelles Not true nucleus Grow and reproduce quickly. Larger cell More advanced Single or multi cell Organelles True nucleus

By berget
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Disease and Disease-Producing Organisms

Disease and Disease-Producing Organisms

Disease and Disease-Producing Organisms. Chapter 5. Objectives Define disease and list seven categories of disease List 7 predisposing causes of disease Define terminology used in describing and treating disease Define complementary and alternative medicine and give examples

By stasia
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2013-2014

2013-2014

2013-2014. Science Vocabulary. Ecosystems Vocabulary #3. Ecosystem: complex, interactive systems that include both biological communities (biotic) and physical ( abiotic ) components of the environment Organism: a living thing

By cullen
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