bacteria vs. archaea vs. eukarya

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bacteria vs. archaea vs. eukarya
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quiz on different domains and their characteristics
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  1. what cell type is bacteria
    prokarya
  2. what cell type is archaea
    prokarya
  3. what cell type is eukarya
    eukarya
  4. which domains have glycocalyx
    bacteria, archaea, and eukarya
  5. which domains have a cell wall
    bacteria (some exceptions) archaea, and eukarya (algae)
  6. which domains have peptidoglycan
    bacteria
  7. which domains have protein
    archaea (S layer)
  8. which domains have cellulose
    eukarya (plants and algae)
  9. which domains have chitin
    eukarya (fungi)
  10. which domains have an outer membrane
    bacteria (Gram Negative)
  11. which domains have a cell membrane
    bacteria (walled, no sterols), archaea (no sterols, unique), and eukarya (sterols)
  12. which domains have a genome
    bacteria, archaea, and eukarya
  13. which domains have a nucleus
    eukarya
  14. which domains have a nucleoid
    bacteria and archaea
  15. which domains have chromosomes
    bacteria (1 circle), archaea (1 circle), and eukarya (paired linear)
  16. which domains have extra chromosomal DNA
    bacteria (plasmids), archaea (plasmids), eukarya--none (only yeast)
  17. which domains have histones
    bacteria (no histones), archaea (histone-like), and eukarya (histones)
  18. what kind of ribosomes does each domain have
    • bacteria : 70s
    • archaea: 70s
    • eukarya: 80s
  19. which domains have mitochondria
    eukarya
  20. which domains have chloroplasts
    eukarya
  21. which domains have flagella
    bacteria has flagellin, archaea has flagellin
  22. which domains have undulipodia
    eukarya (tubulin and ATPase)
  23. which domains have pili
    bacteria (Gram Negative), and archaea
  24. which domains have fimbriae
    bacteria (Gram Negative/Gram Positive), archaea
  25. which domains have endospores
    bacteria (Gram Positive)

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