Modeling the Prokaryotic Cell (Part 2/2)

Unit 3: Bacteria
Lesson 2 of 4

Objective: The students will use several protocols identify and classify unknown prokaryotic cells. Students will compare and contrast how a bacterial cell differs structurally from an eukaryotic cell.

Big Idea: What types of characteristics are used to divide bacteria into groups? Find out the tests that scientists use today.

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Biology / Life Science, Science, bacteria, Prokaryotic cells, Developing and Using Models, Systems and System Models, structure and function
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