Diagram of flagella
Cytoplasm: This internal "soup" of the bacterial cell is bounded on the outside by the cell envelope.The cytoplasm is mostly water, but within it are the bacterial inclusions - nucleoid,
plasmids, ribosomes and storage granules - as well as the components necessary for bacterial metabolism. These whiplike appendages extend from the surface of many types of eukaryotic cells. If there are many of them, they are called cilia; if only one, or a few, they are flagella. Start studying BIO 11 Cell Organelles & Functions. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other
study tools. Start studying MicroBio chp 4. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. - flagella: long whip-like extensions that help bacteria move about the environment Although there are differences among eukaryotes (creature that range from amoebae to elephant), overall, eukaryotic cells share many characteristics. Chapter 4 – Characteristics of Prokaryotic & Eukaryotic Cells. All cells have: . 1. Cell or plasma membrane (separates the cell from the outer environment) How to Make a Cladogram (Adapted from ENSI/SENSI lesson plan: Making Cladograms http://www.indiana.edu/~ensiweb/home.html) Cladograms are diagrams which depict the In this article we will discuss
about the asexual and sexual modes of reproduction in protozoa, explained with the help of suitable diagrams. Asexual Reproduction in Protozoa: As mentioned in the previous page, prokaryotes include the kingdoms of Monera (simple bacteria) and Archaea. Simply stated, prokaryotes are molecules surrounded by a membrane and cell wall.