|Examples of prokaryotes
|Kingdom Monera & Algae
|Where are hereditary information contained in prokaryotes?
|Do prokaryotes have a nucleus?
|What are prokaryotes?
|No membrane based organelles & 1st cells on Earth
|What did eukaryotes evolve from?
|Do eukaryotes have a nucleus?
|Where are hereditary information contained in eukaryotes?
|What are examples of eukaryotes?
|Fungus, plants, animals, and protists
|made from damaged particles from bacteria cell walls or from killed bacteria and used to prevent certain diseases
|whiplike tails that help bacteria move
|an organism that uses oxygen for respiration
|an organism that lives without oxygen
|any organism that uses dead material as a food and energy source
|type of bacteria in pea plant roots that benefits the plant
|any organism that can cause disease
|poison produced by pathogens
|substance used to kill bacteria
|heat-resistant structure in bacteria
|asexual form of bacterial reproduction
|growths on roots of pea plants where beneficial bacteria live
|globular groups in which many cyanobacteria live
|Why is Alexander Flemming important?
|He was a scientist that discovered the first antibiotic ; penicillum
|What does antibiotic life?
|How many times larger are eukaryotes than prokaryotes?
|1000 times larger