Name: Per.: Date: distinguish between prokaryotes, eukaryotes, and viruses Fill in the spaces in the chart with a YES or NO to indicate the structures found in each cell type. Cell Structure Virus Prokaryotic Eukaryotic Cells aka Bacteria Not a cell Animal Plant Cells Cell Wall Cell Membrane Nucleus DNA Ribosomes Endoplasmic Reticulum Golgi Apparatus Cytoplasm Vacuoles Mitochondria Chloroplasts Capsule Checkpoint 1. What two cell types (animal, plant, or bacteria) are considered eukaryotic? 2. What one cell type is prokaryotic? 3. What is the one similarity viruses have with cells? 4. Compare the plant and animal cells. Write two differences you notice. 5. What cell types have a nucleus? 6. Which cell types have a cell wall? 7. Which cell type (animal, plant, or bacteria) would you consider more complex (or complicated)? 8. Which cell type (animal, plant, or bacteria) is smaller? 9. There are 2 cell structure is found ONLY in plant cells. Name 1 of the structures found ONLY in plant cells. Summarize the job of this cell structure. 10. Name the other structure found ONLY in plant cells. Summarize the job of this cell structure. 11. Which cell structure is involved in making energy (ATP) from food? 12. There are 3 very important cell structures that are found in ALL cell types. Name these structures.