Lab 2 - 10.03.07 Lab #2 Protists and Prokaryotes...

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10.03.07 Lab #2 Protists and Prokaryotes Prokaryotes B. Bacterial Shapes In slide we can observe: Spirillae Cocci  Bacilli All of the cells are smaller, and you cannot see the internal  structures because they have lesser complex structures than  animal  cells. C. Staining bacteria 1. M. luteus. Cocci, gram negative. 2. E. coli. Cocci, gram negative. 3. R.S. Bacilli, gram negative. D. Bacterial Colonies
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Domain Archaea The three groups of Archaea are: thermophiles, halophiles, and  methanogens. Domain Bacteria: Bacteria Types A. Protobacteria 1. Salmonella enteritidis  is rod shaped, or bacilli and they obtain  their energy by oxidizing H 2 S, with the sulfur being given off as  waste. 2. Rhizobium  uses atmospheric N to compounds that the host plant  can use to make proteins. B. Gram-positive bacteria 1. Staphylococcus aureus 2. Clostridium tetani  is anaerobic because it cannot tolerate oxygen. 3. Clostridium botulinum C. Cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria’s mode of nutrition is through photosynthesis. 1. Anabaena 2. Nostoc 3. Gleocapsa 4. Oscillatoria
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Protists 1. Diplomonadida, parabasala, euglenozoans, alveolates, stramenopiles,  cercozoans, radiolarians, and amoebozoans. Most protists are unicellular  and they differ in the manner in which they find nutrition; some are 
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2008 for the course BI 211 taught by Professor Wheat during the Fall '07 term at Linn Benton Community College.

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Lab 2 - 10.03.07 Lab #2 Protists and Prokaryotes...

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