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Functional Anatomy and Kinesiology Lippert Chapter 4
End feel of a joint
End feel
Passive range of motion (PROM)
Normal end feel
Used to determine the nature of the resistance at the end of…
A subjective assessment of the quality of the feel when sligh…
- Someone else is moving your joints (usually to test or meas…
When there is full passive ROM at a joint & the normal muscle…
End feel of a joint
Used to determine the nature of the resistance at the end of…
End feel
A subjective assessment of the quality of the feel when sligh…
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functional anatomy chapter 4
where is the sternum located
manubrium
body of the sternum
xiphoid process
midpoint of the anterior thorax
most superior portion of the sternum that articulates with th…
middle portion that serves as the anterior attachment for rib…
inferior tip of the sternum meaning sword shaped
where is the sternum located
midpoint of the anterior thorax
manubrium
most superior portion of the sternum that articulates with th…
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functional anatomy chapter 4
where is the sternum located
manubrium
body of the sternum
xiphoid process
midpoint of the anterior thorax
most superior portion of the sternum that articulates with th…
middle portion that serves as the anterior attachment for rib…
inferior tip of the sternum meaning sword shaped
where is the sternum located
midpoint of the anterior thorax
manubrium
most superior portion of the sternum that articulates with th…
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Functional Anatomy (chapter 4)
Biomechanics
Biomechanics
Class one lever
Class two lever
Application of mechanical principle to study of living organism
How Biological and material properties of neuromuscular, skel…
Fulcrum in middle
Resistance in middle
Biomechanics
Application of mechanical principle to study of living organism
Biomechanics
How Biological and material properties of neuromuscular, skel…
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Chapter 4 Functional Anatomy Lab
What type of joint is the sternoclavic…
What type of movement is NOT possible…
What type of joint is the AC joint?
The glenohumeral joint is a synovial...
Synovial double plane
Medial/Lateral movement
Synovial plane
ball and socket joint
What type of joint is the sternoclavic…
Synovial double plane
What type of movement is NOT possible…
Medial/Lateral movement
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Cells
Prokaryotes
Eukaryotes
Prokaryote Size & Shape
Glycocalyx
DNA not enclosed in nucleus.... lack membrane enclosed organelle…
DNA in nucleus.... cells wall no pep. ... divided by mitosis.
coccus, bacillus, spiral.... pleomorphic.
gelatinous polypeptide coating
Prokaryotes
DNA not enclosed in nucleus.... lack membrane enclosed organelle…
Eukaryotes
DNA in nucleus.... cells wall no pep. ... divided by mitosis.
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Chapter 4-Functional Anatomy of Pro/Eukaryotic Cells
Prokaryote
Eukaryote
Coccus (spherical)
Bacillus (rod)
one circular chromosome not bound by membrane, no organelles,…
paried chromosomes(46), organelles, cellulose/chitin cell wal…
diplo, strepta, staphalo
single, diplo, strepto
Prokaryote
one circular chromosome not bound by membrane, no organelles,…
Eukaryote
paried chromosomes(46), organelles, cellulose/chitin cell wal…
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Chapter 4 Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
E) They lack a plasma membrane.
C) It protects the cell in a hypertoni…
C) Water will move out of the cell.
B) The force with which a solvent move…
1) Which of the following is NOT a distinguishing characteris…
2) Which of the following statements about a gram-positive ce…
3) Which of the following statements best describes what happ…
4) The best definition of osmotic pressure is ... A) The movemen…
E) They lack a plasma membrane.
1) Which of the following is NOT a distinguishing characteris…
C) It protects the cell in a hypertoni…
2) Which of the following statements about a gram-positive ce…
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy: Prokaryotes
Prokaryotes
Pleomorphic
Monomorphic
Glycocalyx
- (Pre nucleus)... 1. Genetic material: DNA... - Single circular ch…
Bacteria that exhibit irregular morphologies.
- Exhibits a single shape.
- A polysac or polypep - or combo
Prokaryotes
- (Pre nucleus)... 1. Genetic material: DNA... - Single circular ch…
Pleomorphic
Bacteria that exhibit irregular morphologies.
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CHAPTER 4: FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY OF PROKARYOTIC CELLS
Three basic shapes of bacteria
The function of the capsule (glycocalyx)
This is used for movement
Used for attachment.
rod, cocci, and spiral
prevent phagocytosis
flagella
fimbriae
Three basic shapes of bacteria
rod, cocci, and spiral
The function of the capsule (glycocalyx)
prevent phagocytosis
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chapter 4 functional anatomy of prokaryotic cells
prokaryotes and eukaryotes are chemica…
Prokaryotes have one circular chromoso…
Prokaryotes dont have histones. Histon…
Prokaryotic bacteria has what kind of…
nucleic acids, proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates
is not in the membrane
chromosomal proteins associated with DNA in eukariotic cells
peptidoglycan cell walls
prokaryotes and eukaryotes are chemica…
nucleic acids, proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates
Prokaryotes have one circular chromoso…
is not in the membrane
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
Active Transport
Amphitrichous
Atrichous
Axial Filaments
...
...
...
...
Active Transport
...
Amphitrichous
...
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Chapter 4 - Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic Cells
Genetic Material... - DNA... - Located in n…
Genetic Material... - DNA... - Enclosed in…
Cell Division... Binary fission... 1. Prok…
Cell Division... Mitosis... 1. Prokaryotes…
1. Prokaryotes
2. Eukaryotes
1. Prokaryotes
2. Eukaryotes
Genetic Material... - DNA... - Located in n…
1. Prokaryotes
Genetic Material... - DNA... - Enclosed in…
2. Eukaryotes
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
Characteristics of both Eukaryotic and…
Distinguishing factors between Eukaryo…
Prokaryotic Cell
monomorphic
contain nucleic acids, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates... simila…
structure of cell walls and membranes... absence of organelles
heterogenous group of very small unicellular organisms... majori…
most bacteria maintain a single shape, although environmental…
Characteristics of both Eukaryotic and…
contain nucleic acids, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates... simila…
Distinguishing factors between Eukaryo…
structure of cell walls and membranes... absence of organelles
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Chapter 4, Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells
Cell
2 groups of cells
Eukaryotic cells
karyo
Basic unit of life; the fundamental unit of all life and carr…
Prokaryotic and eukaryotic
Both plants and animals are entirely composed of ______ cells.
Means nucleus
Cell
Basic unit of life; the fundamental unit of all life and carr…
2 groups of cells
Prokaryotic and eukaryotic
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic & Eukaryotic Cells
Prokaryotes... "Loose Cells"
Eukaryotes
Prokaryotic Cells
Bacterial shapes
•Smaller Cells (0.2 -2un)... •Simple Cells... •No internal membrane…
•Longer Cells (10-100 nm)... •Contain membrane bound organelles…
Prokaryotic cells come in a variety of shapes & sizes
3 basic shapes of Bacteria... 1.Rods: a bacillus, bacilli... 2.Sphe…
Prokaryotes... "Loose Cells"
•Smaller Cells (0.2 -2un)... •Simple Cells... •No internal membrane…
Eukaryotes
•Longer Cells (10-100 nm)... •Contain membrane bound organelles…
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokayotic and Eukaryotic Cells
what is the source of mitochondria
what are the major differences between…
what properties allow for certain stru…
what influences the differences betwee…
mitochondria appear to originate from other mitochondria
Smaller and less complex than eukaryotic cell. No nucleus, no…
...
Gm- has 20% peptidoglycan and an LPS while Gm+ has 90% and no…
what is the source of mitochondria
mitochondria appear to originate from other mitochondria
what are the major differences between…
Smaller and less complex than eukaryotic cell. No nucleus, no…
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Chapter 4: Functional anatomy of Cells
singles
in pairs
tetrads
staphyylococci
Bacterial Shapes, Arrangements and Sizes: ... --Cocci
Bacterial Shapes, Arrangements and Sizes: diplococci refers to
Bacterial Shapes, Arrangements and Sizes: cocci in groups of…
Bacterial Shapes, Arrangements and Sizes: cocci in irregular…
singles
Bacterial Shapes, Arrangements and Sizes: ... --Cocci
in pairs
Bacterial Shapes, Arrangements and Sizes: diplococci refers to
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
monomorphic
pleomorphic
bacillus
coccus
no variation in morphology or shape
ability to alter shape or size in response to environmental c…
monomorphic
no variation in morphology or shape
pleomorphic
ability to alter shape or size in response to environmental c…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 4 (Genetics and Cellular Function)
DNA
Nitrogenous Bases of DNA
Purines
Adenine
Deoxyribose nucleic acid. The function of DNA is to carry out…
Contains Purines and Pyrimidines
double carbon nitrogen ring, contains adenine and Guanine.
biochemistry purine base found in DNA and RNA
DNA
Deoxyribose nucleic acid. The function of DNA is to carry out…
Nitrogenous Bases of DNA
Contains Purines and Pyrimidines
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells
Glycocalyx
Glycocalyx
Glycocalyx
Capsule
It is the general term used for substances that surround cell…
Made inside the cell and secreted to the cell surface
Main chemical composition is polysaccharide and polypeptide,…
The glycocalyx is ORGANIZED and FIRMLY attached to the cell w…
Glycocalyx
It is the general term used for substances that surround cell…
Glycocalyx
Made inside the cell and secreted to the cell surface
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Functional Anatomy Chapter 4 Shoulder Girdle
Pectoralis major Upper
Pectoralis major Upper innervation
Pectoralis Major Lower
Pectoralis Major Lower Innervation
Origin: medial half of clavicle... Insertion: intertubercular gr…
lateral pectoral nerve
Origin: sternum... Insertion: intertubercular groove... Action: Hor…
medial pectoral nerve
Pectoralis major Upper
Origin: medial half of clavicle... Insertion: intertubercular gr…
Pectoralis major Upper innervation
lateral pectoral nerve
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NASM Chapter 4 Functional Anatomy Only
ANTERIOR TIBIALIS (Lower Leg Complex)
POSTERIOR TIBIALIS (Lower Leg Complex)
SOLEUS (Lower Leg Complex)
GASTROCNEMIUS (Lower Leg Complex)
ORIGIN ... •Lateral condyle and proximal two thirds of the late…
ORIGIN... •Proximal two thirds of posterior surface of the tibi…
ORIGIN ... •Posterior surface of the fibular head and proximal…
ORIGIN... •Posterior aspect of the lateral and medial femoral c…
ANTERIOR TIBIALIS (Lower Leg Complex)
ORIGIN ... •Lateral condyle and proximal two thirds of the late…
POSTERIOR TIBIALIS (Lower Leg Complex)
ORIGIN... •Proximal two thirds of posterior surface of the tibi…
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
Defining characteristics of a prokaryote
Cocci
Baccillus
Spiral
-DNA is not enclosed in a nuclear membrane... -Generally have ci…
Rounded... -Diplo- 2... -Strepto- chain... -Tetrad- 4... -Sarcine- 8... -Sta…
Rod Shaped... -strepto- chain... -coccobacillus- short and stumpy w…
-Vibrio-curved rod
Defining characteristics of a prokaryote
-DNA is not enclosed in a nuclear membrane... -Generally have ci…
Cocci
Rounded... -Diplo- 2... -Strepto- chain... -Tetrad- 4... -Sarcine- 8... -Sta…
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Eukaryotic Cells
Eukaryotic Cells
Nucleus
Endoplasmic Reticulum
Golgi
Typically larger, have a cell membrane that contains sterols,…
Contains chromosomes for gene expression, nucleoplasm, and me…
The site of protein synthesis in the rough ER and lipid synth…
The site of protein and lipid modification.
Eukaryotic Cells
Typically larger, have a cell membrane that contains sterols,…
Nucleus
Contains chromosomes for gene expression, nucleoplasm, and me…
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 4 Tissues and Functions
Adipose
Areolar
Blood
Bone
Description: matrix as in areolar, but very sparse: closely p…
Description: Gel-like matrix with all three fiber types; cell…
Description: red and white blood cells in a fluid matrix (pla…
Description: hard, calcified matrix containing many collagen…
Adipose
Description: matrix as in areolar, but very sparse: closely p…
Areolar
Description: Gel-like matrix with all three fiber types; cell…
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic Cells
Plasma Membrane
Cell Wall
DNA
Fimbriae
Organelle that is the phospholipid bilayer containing cytopla…
It is a complex, semirigid structure responsible for the shap…
Circular shaped, contains all the genetic material needed for…
Hairs located on the outside of the cell to increase surface…
Plasma Membrane
Organelle that is the phospholipid bilayer containing cytopla…
Cell Wall
It is a complex, semirigid structure responsible for the shap…
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Chapter 4 Function Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
Prokaryotic Cells
.2-2.0 um
nucleoid
false
bacteria is an example of what type of cell?
what is the size range for prokaryotic cells?
what is the nuclear area of a prokaryotic cell called?
DNA in a prokaryotic cell has proteins. true or false?
Prokaryotic Cells
bacteria is an example of what type of cell?
.2-2.0 um
what is the size range for prokaryotic cells?
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Eukaryotic Cell
The Eukaryotic Cell
Flagella and Cilia
Cell Wall and Glycocalyx
Plasma Membrane
Larger and more complex than prokaryotic.
Contain cytoplasm and are enclosed by cell membrane.
Simpler than prokaryotic cell walls. May contain cellulose. F…
Contains sterols- complex lipids. Associated with ability of…
The Eukaryotic Cell
Larger and more complex than prokaryotic.
Flagella and Cilia
Contain cytoplasm and are enclosed by cell membrane.
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic Cells
Chief distinctions of prokaryotes
Binary Fission
Chief distinctions of eukaryotes
Basic bacteria shapes
1. DNA not enclosed in membrane and is usually singular circu…
DNA is copied and cell splits into 2 cells (prokaryotic)
1. DNA is find in cell's nucleus, which is separated from cyt…
-Spherical coccus... -Rod-shaped bacillus... -Spiral... -Shape of bact…
Chief distinctions of prokaryotes
1. DNA not enclosed in membrane and is usually singular circu…
Binary Fission
DNA is copied and cell splits into 2 cells (prokaryotic)
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Microbiology chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
Eukaryotic cell
Prokaryotic cell
Chromatophores
Sex pili
Golgi Complex. Meiosis occurs in reproduction, sterols genera…
Usually single circular chromosome without histones, cell wal…
contain pigments for photosynthesis by bacteria; found in the…
Specialized external structures that assist in the transfer o…
Eukaryotic cell
Golgi Complex. Meiosis occurs in reproduction, sterols genera…
Prokaryotic cell
Usually single circular chromosome without histones, cell wal…
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
Answer: E
Answer: C
Answer: C
Answer: A
Which of the following statements is INCORRECT regarding prok…
Each of the following statements concerning the gram-positive…
Which of the following statements best describes what happens…
A gram-positive bacteria suddenly acquires resistance to the…
Answer: E
Which of the following statements is INCORRECT regarding prok…
Answer: C
Each of the following statements concerning the gram-positive…
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Chapter 4: Function Anatomy of Prokaryotic & Eukaryotic Cells
Coccus
Bacillus
Spirillum
Vibrio
Spherical
Rod
Spiral
Curved Rod
Coccus
Spherical
Bacillus
Rod
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Chapter 4 Functional anatomy of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells
compare the cell structure of prokaryo…
identify the three basic shapes of bac…
describe the structure and function of…
Flagella
- prokaryotes lack membrane-enclosed organelles including nuc…
coccus ( spherical ) ... bacillus ( rode-shaped ) ... spirillum (…
sugar coat surrounding a cell. made of viscous (sticky), gela…
prokaryotic cells; long filamentous appendages that propel ba…
compare the cell structure of prokaryo…
- prokaryotes lack membrane-enclosed organelles including nuc…
identify the three basic shapes of bac…
coccus ( spherical ) ... bacillus ( rode-shaped ) ... spirillum (…
Chapter 4- Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
Bacteria size:
Basic shapes of Bacteria:
Unusual Shapes of Bacteria:
Star-shaped bacteria-
0.2 -1.0 µm 2 - 8 µm
bacillus, coccus, spirillum, vibrio, spirochete
Stella, Square Haloarcula
Stella
Bacteria size:
0.2 -1.0 µm 2 - 8 µm
Basic shapes of Bacteria:
bacillus, coccus, spirillum, vibrio, spirochete
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Anatomy and Physiology chapter 4 (Genetics and Cellular Function)
DNA
Nitrogenous Bases of DNA
Purines
Adenine
Deoxyribose nucleic acid. The function of DNA is to carry out…
Contains Purines and Pyrimidines
double carbon nitrogen ring, contains adenine and Guanine.
biochemistry purine base found in DNA and RNA
DNA
Deoxyribose nucleic acid. The function of DNA is to carry out…
Nitrogenous Bases of DNA
Contains Purines and Pyrimidines
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic & Eukaryotic Cells
Prokaryotes
Eukaryotes
Cell Wall
Peptidogylcan
-almsot always single celled... -reproduce by binary fission... -no…
-DNA in paired chromosomes within the nucleus, circular loops…
maintains shape of cell, prevents cell from bursting
Huge polymer of interlocking chains of identical peptidoglyca…
Prokaryotes
-almsot always single celled... -reproduce by binary fission... -no…
Eukaryotes
-DNA in paired chromosomes within the nucleus, circular loops…
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Chapter 4 - Anatomy (Functions & Locations)
Areolar
Adipose
Reticular
Dense Regular
Around Blood Vessels, Subcutaneous Skin Layer... (Strength, Elas…
Around Organs (Heart & Kidneys),Subcutaneous Skin Layer (Prot…
Liver, Spleen, Lymph Nodes (Framework of Organs)
Tendons & Ligaments (Provides strong attachment)
Areolar
Around Blood Vessels, Subcutaneous Skin Layer... (Strength, Elas…
Adipose
Around Organs (Heart & Kidneys),Subcutaneous Skin Layer (Prot…
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Chapter 4 - Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
diplococci, streptococci, tetrad, sarc…
single bacillus, diplobacilli, strepto…
Bacillus anthracis
vibrios, spirilla, spirochetes
Bacteria cell shape: Cocci... 1. two cocci... 2. chainlike pattern…
Bacteria Cell shape: Bacilli... 1. one bacillus... 2. pairs after d…
Forms long-twisted chains of cells, this bacteria bacilli sha…
Bacteria cell shape: Spiral... 1. curved rods... 2. helical shape,…
diplococci, streptococci, tetrad, sarc…
Bacteria cell shape: Cocci... 1. two cocci... 2. chainlike pattern…
single bacillus, diplobacilli, strepto…
Bacteria Cell shape: Bacilli... 1. one bacillus... 2. pairs after d…
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
Coccus
Diplococci
Streptococci
Tetrads
Usually round but can be oval, elongated, or flattened on one…
Cocci that remain in pairs after dividing
Those that divide and remain attached in chainlike patterns
Cocci that divide in two planes and remain in groups of four
Coccus
Usually round but can be oval, elongated, or flattened on one…
Diplococci
Cocci that remain in pairs after dividing
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Chapter 4 Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells are s…
Prokaryotic cells typically lack
Peptidoglycan is found in ____________…
Eukaryotic cells have a
their chemical composition and chemical reactions.
membrane-enclosed organelles (including a nucleus).
prokaryotic ; eukaryotic
membrane-bound nucleus and other organelles.
Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells are s…
their chemical composition and chemical reactions.
Prokaryotic cells typically lack
membrane-enclosed organelles (including a nucleus).
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Functional Groups - Chapter 4
alcohol
aldehyde
alkane
alkyne
alcohol
aldehyde
Chapter 4- Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic & Eukaryotic Cells
List the usual type of cell division a…
List the structure common to both prok…
List bacteria as either prokaryotic or…
List the two major characteristics use…
Binary Fission
Ribosomes
prokaryotic
shape and arrangement
List the usual type of cell division a…
Binary Fission
List the structure common to both prok…
Ribosomes
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
Common features of prokarayotes and eu…
Distinctive features... (prokaryotic)
Prokaryotic Ribosomes
Eukaryotic Ribosomes
Common features:... DNA and chromosomes... Cell membrane ... Cytoso…
One circular chromosomes, not membrane bound... No histones... No…
70s=30s+50s
80s=40s+60s
Common features of prokarayotes and eu…
Common features:... DNA and chromosomes... Cell membrane ... Cytoso…
Distinctive features... (prokaryotic)
One circular chromosomes, not membrane bound... No histones... No…
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
bacteria and archaea
diplo
strepto
tetrad
the microbes that are prokaryotes
pairs
chainlike
group of four
bacteria and archaea
the microbes that are prokaryotes
diplo
pairs
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Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells: Chapter 4
Prokaryote
Eukaryote
Prokaryote
No histones
comes from the Greek words for prenucleus.
comes from the Greek words for true nucleus.
One circular chromosome, not in a membrane
Prokaryote
Prokaryote
comes from the Greek words for prenucleus.
Eukaryote
comes from the Greek words for true nucleus.
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Chapter 4 Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
Prokaryote
Eukaryote
Coccus (cocci)
Baccillus
1. Single, circular DNA is not enclosed within membrane... 2. DN…
1. DNA is found in nucleus... 2. DNA is associated with histones…
spherical. Generally round, but can appear to be oval, elonga…
Rod. Can be a description. Or a genus.
Prokaryote
1. Single, circular DNA is not enclosed within membrane... 2. DN…
Eukaryote
1. DNA is found in nucleus... 2. DNA is associated with histones…
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
Characteristics of both Eukaryotic and…
Distinguishing factors between Eukaryo…
Prokaryotic Cell
monomorphic
contain nucleic acids, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates... simila…
structure of cell walls and membranes... absence of organelles
heterogenous group of very small unicellular organisms... majori…
most bacteria maintain a single shape, although environmental…
Characteristics of both Eukaryotic and…
contain nucleic acids, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates... simila…
Distinguishing factors between Eukaryo…
structure of cell walls and membranes... absence of organelles
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Chapter 4: Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
Coccus (plural cocci)
Bacillus (plural bacilli)
Vibrio
Spirillium (plural spirilli)
Round bacterial cell.
Rod-shaped bacterial cell.
Comma-shaped
Spiral-shaped
Coccus (plural cocci)
Round bacterial cell.
Bacillus (plural bacilli)
Rod-shaped bacterial cell.
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Chapter 4 Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
E) They lack a plasma membrane.
C) It protects the cell in a hypertoni…
C) Water will move out of the cell.
B) The force with which a solvent move…
1) Which of the following is NOT a distinguishing characteris…
2) Which of the following statements about a gram-positive ce…
3) Which of the following statements best describes what happ…
4) The best definition of osmotic pressure is ... A) The movemen…
E) They lack a plasma membrane.
1) Which of the following is NOT a distinguishing characteris…
C) It protects the cell in a hypertoni…
2) Which of the following statements about a gram-positive ce…
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