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CELL STRUCTURE EUKARYOTIC & PROKARYOTIC There are two types of cells: prokaryotic and eukaryotic. Prokaryotic cells are the oldest; all organisms were made up of these cells during the first billion years of life on Earth. For the past billion years eukaryotic cells have made up most organisms. There are several ways to compare and contrast prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Rememberi ng

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Page 1: CELL STRUCTURE EUKARYOTIC & PROKARYOTIC There are two types of cells: prokaryotic and eukaryotic. Prokaryotic cells are the oldest; all organisms were

CELL STRUCTURE EUKARYOTIC & PROKARYOTIC

There are two types of cells: prokaryotic and

eukaryotic. Prokaryotic cells are the oldest; all

organisms were made up of these cells during

the first billion years of life on Earth. For the

past billion years eukaryotic cells have made up

most organisms. There are several ways to

compare and contrast prokaryotic and

eukaryotic cells. Remembering

Page 2: CELL STRUCTURE EUKARYOTIC & PROKARYOTIC There are two types of cells: prokaryotic and eukaryotic. Prokaryotic cells are the oldest; all organisms were

CRITICAL THINKING

Cell Inspector

Fill in the blanks-

Plant or Animal

Why?Applying

Page 3: CELL STRUCTURE EUKARYOTIC & PROKARYOTIC There are two types of cells: prokaryotic and eukaryotic. Prokaryotic cells are the oldest; all organisms were

EUKARYOTIC OR PROKARYOTIC

Compare by size. Prokaryotic cells are significantly smaller than

eukaryotic. In fact, eukaryotic cells are typically about ten times larger

than prokaryotic cells.

Compare by organization: Eukaryotic cells’ organization is quite

complex, especially in comparison to prokaryotic cells.

Compare by method of division: Prokaryotic cells divide by binary

fission. Eukaryotic cell divide by mitosis.

Page 4: CELL STRUCTURE EUKARYOTIC & PROKARYOTIC There are two types of cells: prokaryotic and eukaryotic. Prokaryotic cells are the oldest; all organisms were

EUKARYOTIC OR PROKARYOTIC

Compare by presence of a cell wall: Bacteria, which are

prokaryotic have a cell wall. Plant cells, which are

eukaryotic, have cell walls as well, but the eukaryotic animal

cells does not.

Compare by kingdom: Eukaryotic cells organisms examples:

fungi, plant, and animal kingdoms. Their are only two

kingdoms for prokaryotic cells: archaea and bacteria.Analyzing

Page 5: CELL STRUCTURE EUKARYOTIC & PROKARYOTIC There are two types of cells: prokaryotic and eukaryotic. Prokaryotic cells are the oldest; all organisms were

STRUCTURAL APPLICATIONS

Fungal cell walls have a structure

unique to the Fungi Kingdom. Fungi are a Dry land species.

Kelp is one of the largest Algae species. The

majority of algae live in water. Typical

plant membrane with plant wall.

Human cells are eukaryotic, meaning they have a nucleus. Cells make up every part of the human

body.

Creating

Page 6: CELL STRUCTURE EUKARYOTIC & PROKARYOTIC There are two types of cells: prokaryotic and eukaryotic. Prokaryotic cells are the oldest; all organisms were

WHY IS CELL KNOWLEDGE SO IMPORTANT

We are "cellular" beings. We are made

up of trillions of special cells.

Cells Breathe just like we do.

Cells must get the right nutrition.

Cells must have Water.Understanding

Page 7: CELL STRUCTURE EUKARYOTIC & PROKARYOTIC There are two types of cells: prokaryotic and eukaryotic. Prokaryotic cells are the oldest; all organisms were

QUIZ TIME

You have 5 Minutes to complete the quiz.

You may use your notes and pictures.

If you do not know an answer make a

logical choice, we will discuss it

during Q&AEvaluating

Page 8: CELL STRUCTURE EUKARYOTIC & PROKARYOTIC There are two types of cells: prokaryotic and eukaryotic. Prokaryotic cells are the oldest; all organisms were

BLOOMS TAXONOMY

Slide 1. Remembering- Can the student recall the two major types of cells?

Slide 2. Applying-Can the student apply the information on parts of a cell?

Slide 3&4. Analyzing-Can the student analyze the difference between cells?

Slide 5. Creating-From the information given can the student formulate what

other types of cells structures are made up of Prokaryotic or Eukaryotic?

Slide 6. Understanding-Can the student understand why cells are important?

Slide 7. Evaluating-Can the student evaluate the lesson taught with the PPP

and the individual slides and Cell design by taking a in class quiz.