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AP Biology Parade Through the Kingdoms Rap Lyrics by China Mauck Spectacular rapping by John Lewis Camerawork by Will Karr Lyrics: Peptidoglycan layer on the outside Gram-positive bacteria are classified Prokaryotes have an outside capsule Protection for cells so miniscule The nucleoid region of prokaryotes where the nucleus would be in eukaryotes Prokaryotes decompose dead matter In the environment- bottom of the ladder Chloroplasts and mitochondria Derived from endosymbiosis of bacteria Dinoflagellates cause large fish kills Check out all our new biology skills! Ciliates have two types of nuclei A micro and a macro, that's how they fly Alternation of generations Haploid to Diploid in rotations Walking in to class for some AP Bio Done with the test in the blink of an eye-o
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Cell Rap, Yo by Lilia Donna and Liat aka the Beyoncelled Peas Just watch, we know you want to. And yes. We really are THAT good. Don't judge me. Lilia is left Liat is centre Donna is right SPECIAL APPEARANCE BY KANYE WEST!! Single Ladies by Beyonce. My Humps by the Black Eyed Peas. Single Ladies What is in a cell? What is in a cell? What is in a cell? What is in a cell? Now turn your brains on! Whats in a cell? All the organelles And now were gonna learn about them From the outside in, is the membrane It protects what goes out and in. Its in all cells, with some organelles Then theres the cell wall Its not in yall, or animal Only in plants not bacteriaaaaa Cause if you learn it then your gonna get an A on it if you learn it then your gonna get an A on it Theres eukaryotes and prokaryotic Dont think that were psychotic Oh, oh, oh organelles The cytoplasm is just like a gel Keeps organelles still in every cell Don't forget about ribosomes They make proteins in all their homes In prokaryotic, in eukaryotic They live on the rough ER Transporting, pro-oh-tein They send them to the cell membrane Its not in all cell, did we mention We hope youre paying attention Cause you have a test and better do the best Now on to the nucleus! Cause if you learn it then your gonna get an A on it if you learn it then your gonna get an A on it Theres eukaryotes and prokaryotic Dont think that were psychotic Oh, oh, oh organelles The nucleus is in charge Its usually very large only in eukaryotic cell Its envelope protects it from cytoplasm gel (and stuff ...
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Cell Structure and Functions Check us out at This BioCoach module is designed to help you review cell structure. You will find information about the structure of prokaryotic cells and the structure of eukaryotic cells, with a focus on the latter. Animations and interactive activities will enrich your review experience in a dynamic way. This module is designed to be a supplement to, but not a replacement for, your textbook and classroom notes. You can test your understanding of morphology and function of the key structural components described by using the Self-Quiz at the end of the module The common features of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells are: 1. DNA, the genetic material contained in one or more chromosomes and located in a nonmembrane bound nucleoid region in prokaryotes and a membrane-bound nucleus in eukaryotes 2. Plasma membrane, a phospholipid bilayer with proteins that separates the cell from the surrounding environment and functions as a selective barrier for the import and export of materials 3. Cytoplasm, the rest of the material of the cell within the plasma membrane, excluding the nucleoid region or nucleus, that consists of a fluid portion called the cytosol and the organelles and other particulates suspended in it 4. Ribosomes, the organelles on which protein synthesis takes place
Courtney's and My Mitosis project Here is our mitosis project using pasta. Mitosis is the separating of the nucleoid region so that the DNA is not lost and helps to split the cell.
Cell Nucleus and DNA (By Jon C, Mallory L and Clara L) Mr. Luciani PLEASE READ! For some reason when we uploaded this video the music track got louder. We can't edit it because our video editor (Clara) is busy after school and we don't have the file. Furthermore, the voice of the video sped up when we uploaded it. It was around 1:28 before uploading, now its 1:24. Hope you understand! PS: here's is the script if you can't follow along: When looking at cells under a microscope, you might have wondered or thought about the large black spot in the centre of the cell. That black spot is if fact, the cell nucleus. This is Cell Nucleus and DNA in plain English. Lets start with the nucleus, the largest organelle in a cell. Its presence can be used to tell the difference between eukaryotes (cells with a define nucleus) and prokaryotes (cells without an defined nucleus). The nucleus acts like the "brain" and command center of a eukaryotic cell. Placed close to the middle of all the cytoplasms, it can send out information to other cell parts more efficiently. It is also placed in the center since the nucleus is a vital part of the cell, thus meaning that when under attack, most viruses go directly for the nucleus. If a cell does not have a nucleus, the DNA should be floating around in the area called the nucleoid.The nucleus also controls eating, movement, and reproduction. Pretty much anything that happens inside the cell, the nucleus knows about. Wait, Hold it.... 'What is DNA?' you might ask. Well, DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic ...
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Binary Fission In a Bacterial cell Check us out at The bacterial cell is surrounded by a lipid membrane, or cell membrane, which encloses the contents of the cell and acts as a barrier to hold nutrients, proteins and other essential components of the cytoplasm within the cell. As they are prokaryotes, bacteria do not tend to have membrane-bound organelles in their cytoplasm and thus contain few large intracellular structures. They consequently lack a nucleus, mitochondria, chloroplasts and the other organelles present in eukaryotic cells, such as the Golgi apparatus and endoplasmic reticulum.Bacteria were once seen as simple bags of cytoplasm, but elements such as prokaryotic cytoskeleton,and the localization of proteins to specific locations within the cytoplasm have been found to show levels of complexity. These subcellular compartments have been called "bacterial hyperstructures". Micro-compartments such as carboxysome provides a further level of organization, which are compartments within bacteria that are surrounded by polyhedral protein shells, rather than by lipid membranes.These "polyhedral organelles" localize and compartmentalize bacterial metabolism, a function performed by the membrane-bound organelles in eukaryotes. Many important biochemical reactions, such as energy generation, occur by concentration gradients across membranes, a potential difference also found in a battery. The general lack of internal membranes in bacteria means reactions such as electron transport occur ...
Cells (Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells) Diagrams of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells and their most important organelles with their main functions. (All you need to know according to the IB syllabus :) )
Chromosome differences between eukaryotes and prokaryotes The 5 main differences are: Location: eurkaryotes chromosomes located in mitochondria and nucleus whereas prokaryotes located in the nucleoid region Number of base pairs: eukaryotes around 3.2 billion, prokyaryotes around 4 million Number of genes: eukaryotes around 25000 and prokaryotes around 5000 What kind of genome: eurkaryotes are diploid and prokaryotes are haploid also, there are telomeres at the ends of eukaryote chromosomes. Also, the ribosomes on a prokaryote is only 70s with 50s and 30s whereas the eukaryote is 80s with 40s and 60s.
The Cellular Song Lyrics, Vocals and Animation by Uno de los Reyes To the tune of "Hoedown" from "Whose Line is it Anyway" PROKARYOTE (singing) I am a prokaryote, a simple little cell I don't have much inside me, it does me very well A cell membrane, some ribosomes, and scattered DNA Just the bare necessities, and I do okay. (Well, sometimes I have a flagellum, but otherwise I'm quite simple. Really! My DNA is in a section called the nucleoid. My body parts all float around in a liquid called the cytoplasm, but besides that I'm quite simple. Really! Oh, wait, did I say that already? Uh, let me check my script. Hmm. Oh, yes, yes. It's that important. Just remember that I'm really simple. But despite this, I am capable of withstanding extreme conditions, which is quite an advantage to me as compared to my cousin, the eukaryote. Speaking of whom, here he comes! Hi cousin!) EUKARYOTE (Hiya!) (singing) I am the eukaryote, the much more knotty one I've got all my organelles, which makes me quite fun They have many functions, but the list is really long, Oh well, to find out, you'll have to wait for the next song! PROKARYOTE Oy.
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Cell Song (T-Dog & K-Money) For a biology project, our teacher needed a song for the student to help them memorize cell organelles and their functions. Luckily, T-Dog and K-Money come to the rescue to deliver a song based off of the original Flobots song, Handlebars. This is the live presentation for the class, a real video will be posted soon. Hope you enjoy. Lyrics: I know all about Prokaryotes Prokaryotes Prokaryotes I know all about Eukaryotes Eukaryotes Eukaryotes Look at me, look at me Cells are the smallest things to be ALIVE Im Archae bacteria My environments extreme you see Surrounded by a capsule Surrounded by a cell wall Surrounded by a Plasma membrane All of which holds me together Cell wall of peptidoglycan Keepin pathogens from strikin What helps is for the cell to move, With flagella you cant lose Now inside is the Cytoplasm Contains organelles with enthusiasm Of which being the nucleoid region Containing DNA, not Norwegians I can make proteins with my ribosomes With my ribosomes With my ribosomes I can conjugate my genome My genome My genome Look at me Look at me Binary Fission helps me DIVIDE Into daughter cells And replicate my organelles (But most)Eukaryotes divide ***ually Animal Centrioles help this to be Eukaryotes have a nucleus Nuclear envelope surrounding it It contains the chromosomes to genes and DNA its a home Then there is the nucleolus Its job in the cell is to control it It manufactures ribosomes That are sent * out of its dome The Rough ER they soon hit And help with ...
Mr.Ford's Anatomy & Physiology: Lesson 03:03 Eukaryotes & Prokaryotes There are two basic categories of cells: Prokaryotes, and Eukaryotes. In this video we take a quick look at what makes each of these two types special. For the complete Lesson 3 videos, as well as interactive exam reviews and class notes please visit us at
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chromosomal differences between prokaryotes and eukaryotes the differences are: expression: p=99.% and e=1-2% location of DNA: p=nucleoid region e=nucleus and mitochondria genome type: p=haploid e= diploid numbers: p=4 mil bp e=3.2 bil extras: p=plasmids e=telomeres