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1 Station 1 Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells Reporting Category 1 Cell Structure and Function

2 Essential Question – Bell Ringer If two different cells each contain DNA, how can one cell be classified as prokaryotic and the other eukaryotic? In prokaryotic cells, the DNA floats freely inside the cell, whereas in eukaryotic cells, the DNA is bound by a membrane

3 Pre-Review Question Which of the following organisms could be prokaryotic or eukaryotic? A. Organisms that lack a nucleus that contain genetic material. B. Single-celled organisms. C. Bacteria D. Archaebacteria

4 Pre-Review Question Which of the following organisms could be prokaryotic or eukaryotic? A. Organisms that lack a nucleus that contain genetic material. B. Single-celled organisms. C. Bacteria D. Archaebacteria

5 Pre-Review Question Which of the following organelles is not membrane bound? A.Nucleus B.Smooth endoplasmic reticulum C.Rough endoplasmic reticulum D.Golgi bodies E.Ribosomes

6 Pre-Review Question Which of the following organelles is not membrane bound? A.Nucleus B.Smooth endoplasmic reticulum C.Rough endoplasmic reticulum D.Golgi bodies E.Ribosomes

7 Lab Activities You will now go to the lab and complete the activities for today’s topics.

8 Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cell Comparison Prokaryotic Cell Structures Eukaryotic Cell Plant Structures Eukaryotic Cell Animal Structures DNA Ribosomes Cell Membrane Cell Wall DNA Ribosomes Cell Membrane Cell Wall Nucleus Golgi Body Mitochondria ER Lysosome Chloroplast DNA Ribosomes Cell Membrane Nucleus Golgi Body Mitochondria ER Lysosome

9 Characteristics of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells Prokaryotic CellsBoth CellsEukaryotic Cells Some organisms of this cell type produce endospores during extreme conditions. Reproduce only asexually, usually by fission or budding. Exist only as a single-celled organism, some move around using flagellum. Found in organisms that belong to the kingdoms Archeabacteria and Eubacteria. DNA floats freely around. Ribosomes found within the cells DNA found inside the cell. Cells’ organelles are surrounded by a membrane. Found in organisms that belong to the domain Eukaryata. Ten times larger than the other cell type. Exhibit higher levels of division of labor. Some organisms of the cell type are unicellular, others are munlticellular. Cell DNA found within a membrane covered nucleus.

10 I need to remember…….. Prokaryotic cells do not have a true nucleus. In eukaryotic cells, the DNA is surrounded by a membrane. Both types of cells have ribosomes. Some eukaryotic cells and all prokaryotic cells are surrounded by a cell wall. Eukaryotic cells have organelles surrounded by membranes. Prokaryotic cells can reproduce only asexually, by fission or budding. Eukaryotic cells reproduce asexually and sexually.

11 Post Review Question What type of cell is this? How do you know? Prokaryotic No nuclear membrane & No membrane bound organelles

12 Post Review Question Can the following structures be found in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells? A.True Nucleus B.Cell Membrane C.Cell Wall D.Mitochondria E.Ribosomes No Yes No Yes

13 Post Review Question Identify which type of reproduction is used by prokaryotic cells, eukaryotic cells or both? A.Budding B.Asexual C.Sexual D.Binary Fission Prokaryotes Both Eukaryotes Prokaryotes


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