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Virus and Prokaryotes
Transcript of Virus and Prokaryotes
4. "Viruses." (2007): n. pag. Web. 3 Mar 2011. <http://www.microbiologybytes.com/iandi/7.html>.
5. "Eubacteria." Web. 3 Mar 2011. <http://meyerbio1b.wikispaces.com/Abby+Horrell>.
6. "Eubacteria." Paleos n. pag. Web. 3 Mar 2011. <http://www.palaeos.com/Kingdoms/Prokaryotes/Eubacteria.htm>. 1 *Found in harsh environments; ex. sewage, volcanic vents,
acid guysers, and very salty water. *Found in all habitats, except harsh ones. *Have cell walls , but not made of peptoglycan. *Reproduce at a fast rate, but only with a host cell. *Contain no cytoplasm, or cellular organelles. *Range from 20-250 nm. in size *Contain single type of nucleic acid: Either DNA or RNA, but not both. 4 *Most shaped like rods or filiments. 5 6 6 3 3 3 *Pathogens- cause disease. 3 *Do not have all properties of living things. *Viruses are found in plant cells, animal cells, and bacterial cells. 3 3 3 *Ribosomal proteins very similar to bacteria. 3 *Prokaryotic 3 *Unicelluar 3 *Autotrophic and heterotrophic 3 *ex.: Methanogens. 3 *ex.: AIDS, Hepatitus B *Prokaryotic 3 *Cell wall made of peptoglycan. 3 *Unicellular 3 *Autotrophic and heterotrophic 3 *ex.:Enterobacteria, Spirochetes *Found in everyday environment on earth 3 Biology. Austin : Holt, Print. 3 3 *Reproduce sexually 3 3 3 3 *small, rod-like structure with a tail.
*It is classified in the domain of bacteria.
*Uses ion gradient system to move. 6 6 6