|Explore the Bacteria Structure simulation (below) for several minutes:|
- Move the magnifying glass around
- Change the magnifying glass
- Change the magnification
- Explore the all parts of the cells
- Click the left mouse button to magnify, click it again to return to normal view.
When you have finished exploring try the multichoice question. Once you have completed the multichoice question try one of the main activities (self-guided, guided, or group).
Now that you have spent several minutes familiarizing yourself with the simulation, complete the following multi-choice question. Feel free to use the simulation to help you answer the question.
|While you were exploring you may have noticed the yellow banded structure in the central region of the bacteria cells. If not you may want to go back and explore. What type of cell best represents the bacteria cell?
Incorrect, please revisit the introduction.
Correct, a bacterial cell does not have a nucleus
Knowledge of the cell types is important in many areas of biology and the remainder of this activity.
The best answer to the question above is (b) because a bacterial cell does not have a nucleus.