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Chapter 19 The Diversity of Prokaryotes and Viruses Vocabulary anaerobe bacteriophage endospore flagellum host nitrogen-fixing bacterium pathogenic prion viroid virus Things to Know 1. What are the two parts of a virus? 2. How do viruses reproduce? 3. What do we mean when we say a virus is host-specific? Know some examples. 4. What do anti-viral drugs do? 5. What organisms do viroids infect? 6. What is the most widespread infectious disease of humans caused by a prion?
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Unformatted text preview: 7. What features separate members of the domains Bacteria and Archaea? 8. What features are used to classify prokaryotes? 9. What are the 3 most common shapes of prokaryotic cells? 10. Bacteria are specialized for specific habitats. Know some examples. 11. List some different ways prokaryotes acquire energy and nutrients from the environment. 12. What are some “good” things prokaryotes do?...
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