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Bacteria Reproduction: Not quite the same!. What type of cells are bacteria?. Prokaryotic cells: Single celled Have a single strand of DNA and some plasmids Do Not go through Mitosis or Meiosis. Prokaryotic Reproduction.

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what type of cells are bacteria
What type of cells are bacteria?

Prokaryotic cells:

  • Single celled
  • Have a single strand of DNA and some plasmids
  • Do Not go through Mitosis or Meiosis
prokaryotic reproduction
Prokaryotic Reproduction
  • http://bugs.bio.usyd.edu.au/learning/resources/CAL/Microconcepts/moviePages/bacteriaDivision.html
  • http://www.ryancshaw.com/Files/micro/Animations/BacterialGrowth/PLAY_bacterial_growth.html
bacterial conjugation transfer of a plasmid primitive sexual reproduction
Bacterial Conjugation - Transfer of a Plasmid (Primitive Sexual Reproduction)

http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/9834092339/student_view0/chapter28/bacterial_conjugation_-_transfer_of_a_plasmid.html

how is a eukaryotic cell different from a prokaryotic cell when considering the heredity material
How is a eukaryotic cell different from a prokaryotic cell when considering the heredity material?
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Prokaryotic cells have a single strand of DNA, not chromosomes. Prokaryotic cells DO NOT go through mitosis or meiosis!

viruses
Viruses:
  • What viruses are NOT!
  • Considered to be alive
  • Able to metabolize on their own
  • Live outside of a specific host cell
  • Reproduce on their own
  • In other words they are not LIVING!
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http://biology.about.com/od/virology/a/aa11108a.htm

  • http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/9834092339/student_view0/chapter28/life_cycle_of_t2_phage.html
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Viruses can NOT reproduce on their own. They must highjack a living cell!

  • Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells reproduce on their own.
how do viruses reproduce1
How do viruses reproduce?
  • They attach, insert heredity material, highjack cell, produce more viruses and break out of cell.
how do viruses reproduce2
How do viruses reproduce?
  • Lytic Stage: Active
how do viruses reproduce3
How do viruses reproduce?
  • Lysogenic Stage: Latent or Hidden
review
Review:
  • How do bacteria reproduce asexually?
  • How do bacteria reproduce sexually?
  • What is the difference between a prokaryotic cell and eukaryotic cells?
review1
Review:
  • How are viruses different from both prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells?
  • How do viruses reproduce?
how do bacteria reproduce asexually1
How do bacteria reproduce asexually?
  • By replicating (copying) the single strand of DNA, cell grows and then divides into two cells. This is called binary fission.
how do bacteria reproduce sexually1
How do bacteria reproduce sexually?
  • Bacteria attach to each other by their pili and exchange plasmid material.
what is the difference between a prokaryotic cell and eukaryotic cells
What is the difference between a prokaryotic cell and eukaryotic cells?
  • Prokaryotic cells do NOT go through the processes mitosis or meiosis!
how are viruses different from both prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells
How are viruses different from both prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells?
  • Viruses are NOT cells, they are not considered living organisms. They can NOT reproduce on their own. They need a specific living host in order to reproduce.
how do viruses reproduce4
How do viruses reproduce?
  • A. Attach to a host cell
  • B. Inject hereditary material into host cell
  • C. Highjack the host cell making it reproduce more viral material
  • D. Reassemble viruses and lysis from the host cell