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    Also prokaryotes are much more simple than the eukaryote. Prokaryotes are unicellular and 10-100 microns in size. The prokaryote cells feed from sunlight, they photosynthesize, also they cause disease because they feed on living things and last also they feed on dead things. Eukaryote cells are more complicated, they have organelles, also have chromosomes, they can be multicellular or unicellular. They distinguish between plant and animal cells. A eukaryote cell has a nuclease unlike…

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    Prokaryotes Vs Eukaryotic

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    compartments. Unlike eukaryotes, the prokaryotes concentrated their genetic materials in a small portion of cell’s cytoplasm known as nucleoid. Almost entire prokaryotic genome is contained in a single circular DNA strand that is supercoiled. Some additional genes are located on an independent small, circular or linear plasmids which coding for extra properties likes antibiotic resistance (Brown, 2002). Typically, prokaryotes lack of genetic organization compared to eukaryotes. So, they own a…

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    The monera kingdom consists of primitive organisms which are very small in size and are single celled. These organisms generally consist of prokaryotes or eukaryotes, meaning species such as bacteria, archae bacteria, mycoplasma and cyanobacteria are included. The protista kingdom consists of aquatic, single celled eukaryotes. These eukaryotes are generally photosynthetic, including diatoms, golden algae, and protozoans. The Mycota kingdom (kingdom fungi) consists of mycelium, with hyphae bodies…

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    The subject that is being read is Prokaryotes. An example of a prokaryote is bacteria. Bacteria traits are usually for a genus and are extremely important to the cell. Bacteria come within various shapes, such as spirals, cocci, rods, etc. These shapes are very useful for the prokaryotes. Prokaryotes do not have a developed nucleus instead the cell has a nucleoid which is also known as a nuclear bound and it lacks the cytoplasm membrane. Prokaryote structures consist of the flagella, pili, and…

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    Microbes Research Paper

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    are the Prokaryotae and the Eukaryotae (Woese et al 1990; Waggoner & Speer 1998) The Prokaryotae consist of two domains, the Archaea and the Bacteria, and have one kingdom of each domain. Meanwhile the Eukaryotae have only one domain, Eukaryota or eukaryotes, and was divided into four kingdoms that are animals, plants, fungi and protists. Figure 1 is shown the three domain of life…

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    Eukaryote Cell Evolution

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    suddenly find the emergence of complex eukaryotic cells. All eukaryote cells share one common ancestor which emerged just once in 4 billion years of life on earth and all plants, protists, algae, animals and fungi are constituted by these cells. The cellular structure of bacteria and eukaryotes are so different there is no evidence to support the ‘directional’ evolution of eukaryotes from bacteria.. Biologists can’t explain eukaryote emergence only confirm their symbiotic capture of free…

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    Eukaryotic Cells

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    cladogram. In cladograms the branches are not representative of the evolutionary time that has occurred. Heat shock proteins (HSPs) are in a class of proteins called molecular chaperones. (Kiang, J.; G, Tsokos. 1998). They are present in both eukaryotes and prokaryotes, in the cytosol, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum and the nucleus. In humans they have a relatively long half-life of about 2 days (Baneyx, F. 2008). HSP70 are a specific type which are normally found in very low amounts…

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    Both cilia and flagella found protruding from the cell body on the surface of eukaryotic cells are made of many microtubular bundles. Cilia are hair-like structures that protrude from the cells surface in eukaryotic cells they are covered by a plasma membrane. They are formed from a stable bundle of microtubules; these grow from an area in the cytoplasm called the basal body. Microtubules are made of a protein called tubulin, alpha has a slightly negative charge and beta has a slightly positive…

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    Endosymbiosis Essay

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    further organized by a reciprocal best cluster approach (3). The data was plotted out by black tick marks that clearly represented a gene presence within the taxon. The eukaryote-prokaryote clusters show a distinct pattern and were densely packed together and distributed among a certain group of prokaryotes. The distribution of the eukaryote-prokaryote clusters showed an undisputable imprint of endosymbiosis in the evolution of eukaryotic organisms (3). The experiment performed a genetic test…

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    Genome sequencing of archaea also reveals genes that resemble eukaryotes more than bacteria. This is a big difference between archaea and bacteria. Cell division in archaea undergoes distinct processes not found in bacteria. Also, bacteria can form spores that lie dormant for years, until a proper habitat is found in…

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