membrane-bound organelles (making them far more complex). 2.) List and describe the two domains of prokaryotic organisms. a. Bacteria- Most are a specific shape (cylindrical, spiral, or spherical). Cell wall contains peptidoglycan. Multiply by binary fission. b. Archaea- Similar in shape, size, and appearance to Bacteria. Multiply by binary fission. Cell wall does not contain peptidoglycan. 3.) List and describe the four groups of eukaryotic microorganisms c.
OBJECTIVES: To learn and employ bleach sterilizing techniques, observe bacterial morphologies using different preparation techniques, and learn and employ direct and indirect staining techniques PROCEDURES: Viewing Prepared Slides of Common Bacterial Shapes, Disinfecting Your Area to Use Live Organisms, Viewing Live Organisms – Wet Mount Preparation, Direct Staining, Indirect Staining, Generating Microbial Cultures I set up the microscope and viewed the prepared slides of bacterial morphology. I disinfected
major groups of prokaryotic cells are the _______ and the _______, which diverged early in evolution. archaebacteria; eubacteria 23. Connective tissues of animals include _______, _______, and _______. bone; cartilage; adipose tissue 24. List four significant differences that distinguish prokaryotic cells from eukaryotic cells. ￼￼￼￼￼ 25. The formation of a phospholipid bilayer membrane around a set of macromolecules was an important step in the origin and early evolution of life
Physiology – study of functions of living cells Special Physiology – study of the physiology of specific organs System Physiology – considers all aspects of the function of specific organ systems Pathological physiology (Pathology) – studies the effects of disease on organ or syst4m functions Identify the major levels of organization in living organisms. A. Chemical B. Cellular level C. Tissue level D. Organ level E. Organ system level F. Organism level Identify the