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Prokaryotes: Bacteria & Archaea

  • Classification of Prokaryotes
  • Phylogenetic Relationship between Bacteria and Archaea
  • Discovery of Archaea
  • Archaea Habitat
  • Archaea Morphology
    • Cell membrane
    • Cell wall
    • Cytoplasm
      • DNA
      • Ribosomes

Prokaryotes: Bacteria & Archaea

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Classification of Prokaryotes 0:45
    • Lack of Nucleus
    • Culture
    • Clone
    • Strain
  • Phylogenetic Relationship 2:02
  • Archaea 3:53
    • Two Distinct Groups: Archaea and Bacteria
    • Archaea Lived in High Temperatures
    • Habitats
    • Only Habitants to Live in Extreme Habitats
    • New Research Shoes Archaeans are Abundant in the Open Sea
  • Archaea Morphology 5:59
    • Basic Archaeal Structure: Cytoplasm, Cell Membrane, and Cell Wall
    • Archaeal Cell Membranes
    • Plasmid
    • Archaeal Ribosomes
  • Example 1 8:20
  • Example 2 11:01