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The diversity of Living things Unit 2: Lesson 1 ARCHEA, BACTERIA, VIRUSES
Transcript of The diversity of Living things Unit 2: Lesson 1 ARCHEA, BACTERIA, VIRUSES
OF PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC CELLS USING THE PHOTO ON THE RIGHT AND WHAT
YOU KNOW OF BACTERIA, HOW DO YOU THINK BACTERIA
AND ARCHAEA ARE SIMILAR USE THE WORD HOST IN A SENTENCE
EVERY DAY MEANING: 1.BACTERIA
3. BINARY FISSION
6.HOST SIZED Extra -Small Page 80 sOME BACTERIA ARE HELPFUL. tRUE/fALSE
VIRUSES ARE LIVING THINGS. TRUE/FALSE
A SINGLE BACTERIUM CAN PRODUCE MANY OFFSPRING AT ONE TIME. TRUE/FALSE PAGE 79 WHAT ARE CHARACTERISTICS OF ARCHAEA? READ PAGE 81 AND THEN EXPLAIN WHAT EVIDENCE
SUGGESTS ARCHAEA ARE MORE CLOSELY RELATED TO EUKARYOTS THAN BACTERIA ARE? 1. ARCHEA AND BACTERIA ARE PROKARYOTS.
2.ARCHAEA LIVE WHERE NOTHING ELSE CAN IN HOT SPRINGS.
3. aRCHAEA CAN LIVE IN EXTREMELY ACIDIC AND
EXTREMELY SALTY HABITATS
4. THEY FLOURISH IN DEEP SEA VENTS WHERE
NO LIGHT REACHES
5.aRCAEA HAVE BEEN FOUND LIVING 8kM BEOW EATH'S SURFACE. BACTERIA ARE EVERYWHERE
Page 83 SPLIT PERSONALITY
page 84-85 bacteria vs viruses How viruses invade us Pages 88-89 answer questions 18-21 Lab activity
how Viruses replicate
15 minutes lab: Observing
Bacteria Beautiful Bacteria Page 82 Draw an example of the three bacteria shapes Characteristics of Archaea Page 81 Page 86 List 3 reasons viruses are not living things HOME WORK visual summary and
LESSON REVIEW pAGEs 90 and 91 1. bacteria: tiny unicellular organism that reproduce by cell division. prokaryote
2. Archaea: prokaryote,Different from bacteria because of their cell wall.Live in harsh conditions microscopic particle that cannot replicate on its own2. Archaea: prokaryotes. cell wall different from bacteria. live in very harsh areas.
3.binary fission: a type of reproduction where a single celled organism splits into two single celled organisms.
4. virus: a