Lecture 2_3 S08 StructureFunction

Lecture 2_3 S08 StructureFunction - Jan 31: Structure and...

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    Jan 31: Structure and  Function
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    Reminders Blackboard Clickers If you don’t have a clicker, sign the  attendance sheet.
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    Principles of light  microscopy Magnification Resolution Contrast
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    Resolution Figure 3.2 Figure 3.3
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    Contrast Stains provide contrast between bacteria and      surrounding media (Refractive index differences) Phase-contrast microscope Interference microscope Dark-field microscope Fluorescence microscope Confocal scanning laser microscope
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    Stains and Dyes Differential stains Special stains Fluorescent dyes
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    Gram Stain Figure 3.14
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    Acid Fast
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    Capsule stain Figure 3.16
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    Endospore stains Figure 3.17
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    Flagella stains Figure 3.18
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    Unusual cell shapes    Figure 3.21
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    Cell grouping  Figure 3.22
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    Prokaryotic cell structure Filamentous appendages Surface layers Cell wall Cell boundary Intracellular 
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      Figure 3.23
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    Filamentous  Appendages Flagella Function Pili Function
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    Figure 3.38
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    Flagella structure (Gram  negative) Figure 3.39
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    Flagella (tumbles and runs) Figure 3.40
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      Figure 3.23
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    Pili Figure 3.42
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    Surface layers Glycocalyx = Capsule - composed of  polysaccharides
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    Capsules
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    Figure 3.37
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