Observation of Diversity in Cell Types Lab

Prokaryotic cells
unicellular and majority of cells
Eukaryotic cells
complex structural cells
nucleic region in Prokaryotic cells contain
small simple genomes with one double-stranded DNA molecule in the ring form
plasmids
small rings of DNA that preform certain specialized functions.
binary fission
asexual reproduction a type of cell division
Domain Archaea are categorized as what type of cell
Prokaryotic cells
Domain Bacteria are categorized as what type of cell
Prokaryotic cells
Domain Eukarya are categorized as what type of cell
Eukaryotic cells
What kingdoms are represented in the Domain Eukarya
Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia
Similarities between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells
Cell membranes, specific types of enzymes, DNA, proteins, and ribosomes function of protein synthesis
phototroph
uses light for energy
chemotroph
uses chemical in the environment
autotroph
requires inorganic CO2
hetorotroph
requires organic compounds
photoautotroph
use light energy and requires inorganic compounds
photoheterotroph
use light energy and requires organic compounds
chemoautotroph
use chemical energy and requires inorgani compounds
chemoheterotroph
use chemical energy and requires organic compounds
obligate aerobes
need oxygen environment
facultative anaerobes
oxygen/non oxygen environment
obligate anaerobe
non oxygen environment
bacillus
rod shape bacterial shape
coccus
spherical bacterial shape
sphiral
spiral bacterial shape
pseudopods
movement through projections
cillia
small hair like projections
flagellum
long tail propels bacteria forward
Categories: Microbiology