Eukaryotic Diversity (new)

Eukaryotic Diversity (new) - Eukaryote Microbial Diversity...

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Eukaryote Microbial Diversity
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Algae Slime Molds Multicellular parasites Protozoa Fungi
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-Aerobic and Facultative -Yeasts and molds -Mushrooms -Some may cause allergic reactions (associated with asthma from fungi and their spores). -Most are saprophytes > obtain energy from dead organic material. Fungi
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Penicillium roqueforti
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Fungi -Some are toxin producers: Aspergillus -mold on foods, grains and peanuts -produces aflatoxins, which have been implicated in development of liver cancer.
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The trouble in Salem began during the cold dark Massachusetts winter, January, 1692. Eight young girls began to take ill…the girls suffered from delirium, violent convulsions, incomprehensible speech, trance-like states, and odd skin sensations. The worried villagers searched desperately for an explanation. Their conclusion: the girls were under a spell, bewitched — and, worse yet, by members of their own pious community. And then the finger pointing began. The first to be
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