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Bacteria are in what kingdom?
Monera
Fungi are in what kingdom?
Fungi (yeasts and molds)
Algae and Protozoa are in what kingdom?
Protista
Various worms are in what kingdom?
Animalia
What cell type is single or multicellular organisms and has a membrane bound nucleus?
Eukaryotes
What cell type is a single celled organism with NO membrane bound nucleus and have thick cell walls made of peptidoglycan?
Prokaryotes
Protoplasm or cytoplasm
everything inside cell wall of prokaryote
ribosomes
are present in cytoplasm and are used to make proteins
granules or inclusions
food storage compartments
Genetic material that contains all the instructions for everything the organism does is present as well
Chromatin body
single, circular strand of DNA
Chromatin body
pieces of DNA seperate from the chromatin body. contains info for protective traits. can be transferred from one MO to another, wheras the chromatin body cannnot
Plasmids
A thick layer of gelationous material produced by the plasma membrane, secreted outside the cell wall.
Glycocalyx
a thin appendage from the surface of a cell; used for cellular locomation; composed of flagellan in prokaryotic cells, composed of nine pairs plus two microtubules in eukaryotic cells
Flagellum
An appendage on a baterial cell used for the transfer of genetic material during conjurgation
pilli