Prokayote Cells Josie Bromley

Sulfolobus Acidocaldarius Archeobacterium: lives in acidic mud pots in geothermly active areas.
Esherichia Coli: found in warm blooded organisms.
Streptococcus: Found in the throat/mouth area and sometimes on the skin

Nucleoid: Contains most genetic material

Ribosomes: Free in the Cytoplasm, site of protein synthase

Pili: hair like structure, found on surface of bacteria

Capsule: protects cell, lays on the outside of the cell enevelope

Flagellum: lash-like, protrudes from the cell body

Plasmid: small, circular, double-stranded DNA molecule, genes are normally carried here and provide bacteria with genetic advantages

Cell wall: cellulose, outermost layer of the cell

Cell membrane: semipermeable membrane surrounding the cytoplasm of a cell

Prokaryotic Cells VS. Eukaryotic Cells

The difference that I see between Prokaryotic cells and Eukaryotic cells is that Eukaryotic cells have a membrane which is a bound of organelles and they also have a nucleus as Prokaryotic does not.

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