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4 -- Part 8: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and
The Archaea lack peptidoglycan.
Acid-fast cell wal s have a layer of mycolic acid outside.
Gram-positive cell wals are destroyed in the presence of lysozyme.
The spheroplast is a resting structure formed by somebacteria.
L forms ofbacteria do not make a cell.
In relation to cell size, flagel a are few and long.
The cell's nucleus is covered by the plasma membrane, which is a bilayer substance along the surface of the cell.
The plasma is impermeable.
Energy production and photosynthesis are some of the metabolic reactions that occur in the plasma membranes.
The cell wal s of many plants and animals have something in them.
Chitin is the main material of the cell.
Alcohols and polymyxins can be used to destroy the plasma membranes.
A means of attachment to other cells may be provided by movement across the membrane.
The eukaryotic plasma reached like the prokaryotic one.
There are areas of high to low concentration on the Eukaryotic plasma membranes.
It is possible to move materials across the equilibrium.
In active transport, materials move from areas of low to high concen transport and endocytosis.
In group translocation, energy is used to modify chemicals and transport them.
The fluid component is called cytoplasm.
The chemical characteristics of the cells in the body.
The cytoskeleton is present but not streaming.
The Eukaryotic cytoplasm has a skeleton.
The DNA of the chromosome is contained in the nucleoid.
The 80S ribosomes are attached to the rough chromosomal DNA.
ribosomes have rRNA and protein.
The ribosomes contain the nucleus of the eukaryotic cell.
The nucleus is the most characteristic organelle.
There are reserve deposits in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
The ER provides a surface for chemical reactions.
The ER has two ERs: the rough ER and the smooth ER.
The Golgi complex consists of flattened sacs.
Peroxisomes oxidize a variety of organic compounds.
Golgi complexes form lysosomes.
The pericentriolar material is in the centrosome.
The Golgi formation resulted in the creation of vacuoles.
They are usually found in plants that hold various substances and give rigidity to leaves and stems.
The primary sites of production are the Mitochondria.
According to the theory, the 70S ribosomes and DNA are the product of the evolution of the eukaryotic cell.
Chloroplasts are used for photosynthesis.
70S ribosomes and DNA are the same as mitochondria.
The Answers tab at the back of the textbook can be used to answer the following questions.
(a) __________ is the name of the Endospore formation.
A new cell is formed from an endospore.
This process is triggered by something.
Draw the shapes listed in (a), (b) and (c).
The shapes in (d), (e), and (f) are special conditions of a, b, and c.
Match the structures in column A to their functions in column B.
It's too big to cross the plasma membrane.
You have isolated a motile, gram-positive cell, and have peptidoglycan in the nucleus.
There is a single, circular chromosome.
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