What are the structural differences between prokaryotes and eukaryotes?
Are bacteria eukaryotes or prokaryotes? How about fungi, protozoa?
What is cocci, bacilli, and spirochetes, and vibrio?
What do the prefixes staphylo, strepto, dplo mean?
What is a coccobacillus?
Define the following?
Draw a picture of a gram negative bacteria?
Draw a picture of a gram positive bacteria?
What is the glycocalyx? What is a capsule? Slime layer?
What are some features are present in the plasma membrane?
What is the peptidoglycan?
How is the peptidoglycan different between g+ and g- bacteria?
What is the nuclear area?
Compare the prokaryotic chromosome to the eukaryotic?
What are the following structures, and what is their main function in prokaryote?
What are some differences in the cell walls between gram + and g- and mycoplasma?
Draw a picture that shows the structure of a prokaryotic plasma membrane?
Can you explain the following passive transports?
Can you explain active transport?
What is hypotonic, isotonic, and hypertonic? What happens if cell is placed into each
In eukaryotes give a brief description of function of each of the following.
Endoplasmic reticulum (smooth and rough)
What are H antigens?
What are axial filaments?
What is lysozyme? Where is it located?
What is osmotic pressure?
What role do endospores play?
What are some bacteria that will form endospores?
Are endospores reproductive structures?
Describe the process of endospore formation.
What is the endosymbiotic theory?
Describe the structure of the nucleus in a eukaryote cell