Genetic code for proteins, in pro/eukaryote
Command center of eukaryote cells, contains the DNA
Semi-permeable membrane th...
DNA / RNA
NO METABOLISM
NO REPRODUCTION
(without a host)
CAPSID
NOT A CELL
RECEPTORS
Influenza
Herpes
HIV
Genetic
Code
nucleotide
20
Amino acids
Builds everything
enzymes
Fatty acid
glycerol
Insulation
Long term storage of NRG
M...
Kingdom
Phylum
Class
Order
Family
Genus
species
Domain
Two name system
Genus species
Gives each organism a unique name
tha...
Archaea Bacteria Eukarya
Eukaryote
Mostly multi-
celled some
single cell
Decomposers
Heterotrophic
Prefer
dark/damp
Cell w...
Homologous structures
Similar genes
Similar Embryology
A trait that allows a
population a better
chance of survival
Each population is replaced/ out-
competed by larger species
Primary starts
with bare rock
Secondary had a
disaster
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EOC Bio review

  1. 1. Genetic code for proteins, in pro/eukaryote Command center of eukaryote cells, contains the DNA Semi-permeable membrane that allows certain items in/out, all cells Gives cell structure and support, many different cells (not animal or some protist) Long whip-like tail for movement, many different cells Site of protein synthesis, all cells Site of cellular respiration, only in eukaryote Site of photosynthesis, only in eukaryote (plant, some protist) Makes and transports packages (mostly proteins) within the cell, only eukaryotes Creates packages that will be transported out of the cell, only eukaryote Breaks down cell/organelles, only eukaryote
  2. 2. DNA / RNA NO METABOLISM NO REPRODUCTION (without a host) CAPSID NOT A CELL RECEPTORS Influenza Herpes HIV
  3. 3. Genetic Code nucleotide 20 Amino acids Builds everything enzymes Fatty acid glycerol Insulation Long term storage of NRG Membranes Hormones Quick NRGsugars CHOPN CHON CHON CHO
  4. 4. Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus species Domain Two name system Genus species Gives each organism a unique name that is used by scientists around the world, this causes less confusion Dumb King Philip Called Out For Good Soup
  5. 5. Archaea Bacteria Eukarya Eukaryote Mostly multi- celled some single cell Decomposers Heterotrophic Prefer dark/damp Cell walls of chitin Eubacteria Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia Prokaryote Single cell Extremeophiles heterotrophic Lack peptidoglycan in cell walls Prokayote Single cell Found nearly everywhere Heterotrophic autotrophic Peptidoglycan in cell walls Eukaryote Found mostly in water Mostly single cell (or colony) 3 types -fungus like -plant like -Animal like Archae- bacteria Eukaryote All multi- celled Cell walls of cellulose Autotrophic Eukaryote All multi- celled Heterotrophic Largest amount of species Thermoplasma Streplococcus E. coli Mushroom Yeast Mold Euglena Ameoba Algae Ficus Rose Pine tree Jelly fish Wolf Cockroach
  6. 6. Homologous structures Similar genes Similar Embryology
  7. 7. A trait that allows a population a better chance of survival
  8. 8. Each population is replaced/ out- competed by larger species Primary starts with bare rock Secondary had a disaster

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