The Major Components of Life
Prokaryotic and eukaryotic are the two major categories of cells making up life on earth. Both these types require water and carbon.
Part 1 : Describe the characteristics of water and carbon that makes them important to living things in general, and to specific forms of life including plants, animals, and prokaryotes. Why is NASA for example looking for water on Mars?
Part 2 : Describe the differences in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. How have the characteristics of each kind of cell put limitations and provided opportunities for the survival and divergence of modern living things? Why might both cell types be considered equally successful? Make sure to consider both Domains of Prokaryotes.
The essay must be informed by the textbook. Your main post should answer both questions , be 600 word long and include a reference section. Each of your replies should be at least 3 lines long and include a reference section. Please gather information related to the topic from your textbook and other reliable sources. Cite all sources used to build your paragraphs at the end of each of your reply.
Post your response to the Discussion Area by the due date assigned Saturday November 2nd. Respond to at least two posts by the end of the week, Wednesday November 6.