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22 Cards in this Set

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Lipids and cell wall of prokaryote Archaebacteria
branched carbon chains,
ether bonds and no peptidoglycan
Lipids and cell wall of prokaryote Eubacteria
straight carbon chains, ester bonds and contains peptidoglycan
Lipids and cell wall of Eukaryote
straight chains, ester bonds, and no peptidoglycan
Large polymer that provides much of the strength and rigidity of bacterial cell walls.
cell size of Prokaryotes
0.2 - 2 um in diameter
cell size of Eukaryotes
10 - 100 um in diameter
nucleus of Prokatyotes
no nuclear membrane
nucleus of Eukaryotes
nuclear membrane present
membrane enclosed organells, Prokaryotes?
membrane enclosed organelles, Eukaryotes?
yes or no
cell wall of Prokaryotes
cell wall of eukaryotes
simple, if present
ribosomes of Prokaryotes
smaller 70s
ribosomes of Eukaryotes
larger 80s
DNA of Prokaryotes
single, circular chromosomes
DNA of Eukaryotes
many linear chromosomes (23 pairs)
cytoplasm of Prokaryotes
no cytoskeleton
cytoplasm of Eukaryotes
has cytoskeleton
cell division of Prokaryotes
binary fission
cell division of Eukaryotes
reproduction of Prokaryotes
no meiosis
reproduction of Eukaryotes
has meiosis