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Intro to prokaryotic cells

Intro to prokaryotic cells

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  • Furthermore...slide 13 has pictures of paramecium and unless it has changed since I started teaching (which it hasn't) paramecium are single-celled eukaryotes.
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  • Cilia are not found until you get to eukaryotes. What you are calling cilia are actually called PILI. Add that to your vocab list.
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  • 1. Prokaryotic Cells The simple but tough one
  • 2. Catalyst
    • 1. List the three laws of cell theory from memory. (on NBP)
    • A.
    • B.
    • C.
    • 2. What is the difference between a prokaryote and a eukaryote?
  • 3. Catalyst Answer
    • 1. The three laws of Cell Theory are….
    • A. All living things are made of cells.
    • B. Cells are the basic units of structure and function in all living things. In other words, cells are like the building blocks of all living things.
    • C. New cells are only made from existing cells.
    • 2. Prokaryotic cells do not have a nucleus and eukaryotic cells have a nucleus.
  • 4. Let’s review what we know about prokaryotes ….
      • 1. Prokaryotes do not have a nucleus, and their genetic material is not stored in the nucleus.
      • Prokaryotes have some organelles, but not many.
      • 3. Prokaryotes are less complicated that eukaryotes.
      • All bacteria are prokaryotes.
  • 5.
    • Prokaryotes are simple cells, even though they are still very powerful. Each cell is its own organism. Therefore, it has certain structural features, or a certain shape, that help it to function.
    • There are two things to know about prokaryotic cells:
    • 1. How they are shaped
    • 2. What they use to move
  • 6. Shape
    • Prokaryotic cells have three different shapes
    • Spiral Oval Round
  • 7. Close Up: Round (cocci)
  • 8. Close Up: Oval (bacilli)
  • 9. Close Up: Spiral (spirilla)
  • 10.
    • Name each of the pictures above
  • 11. How prokaryotes move
    • Prokaryotes move using two things
    • Flagella
    • Cilia
  • 12. Flagella
    • Flagella are long whip-like structures which prokaryotes use to move.
    • Add this word to your vocab book
  • 13. Cilia
    • Cilia are the tiny hair-like structures that prokaryotes can use to move.
    • Add this word to your vocab book