types of cells prokaryotic and eukaryotic

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Types of Cells Objective: You will be able to explain the differences between the 2 types of cells.

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Types of Cells Objective:

You will be able to explain the differences between the 2 types of cells.

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Prokaryotic Cells Eukaryotic Cells

1. No nucleus

2. No membrane covered organelles

3. Circular DNA

4. Examples: Bacteria!Draw picture!!!!

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Prokaryotic Cells

Did you know?

Prokaryotic cells were probably the first type of cells to exist on Earth and are commonly found in the oldest fossils ever found.

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Prokaryotic Cells Eukaryotic Cells

1. No nucleus

2. No membrane covered organelles

3. Circular DNA

4. Examples: Bacteria!Draw picture!!!!

1. Nucleus

2. Membrane coveredorganelles

3. Linear DNA (line)

4. Examples: Every other type of cell: animal, plantfungus, protist

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Eukaryotic Cells

Did you know…. Eukaryotic cells are more complex and are larger. This type of cell has a nucleus and many organelles inside. This allows the cell to perform many different jobs in multicellular organisms!

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Eukaryotic Cells – The Inside Scoop!

Click on the cell to visit CellsAlive.com!

This site contains an interactive cell parts diagram and a Quick Quiz as well!

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• Neurons, or nerve cells are the longest cells in the human body. They can be more than 1meter long!

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• Red blood cells do not have a nucleus. They are produced in the "flat" bones of the body, live for about 120 days, and die without reproducing. Their sole purpose is to carry oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood. The END!!!

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Questions

1. A bacteria cell is an example of a _______________.

a. Eukaryotic cell b. Prokaryotic cell

2. A ___________ cell has a membrane around it’s nucleus.

a. Eukaryotic cell b. Prokaryotic cell