Exam 1.pdf - Exam 1 Sunday 12:14 AM Exam(50 Questions One on the bear which will have 10 questions Like bacteria in cytoplasm etc How was it transmitted

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Exam (50) Questions Like bacteria in cytoplasm etc - How was it transmitted - Evidence of hemolysin toxin - 20 or 30 will be rated to cases - Then the 20 questions will be related to general stuff like difference btw prokaryotes and eukaryotes - One on the bear which will have 10 questions Smaller than and simpler than host - Pathogens(Pathos) Small seed - Simpler and smaller than any other animal - These are the bacteria - Genetic material in cytoplasm It means that the shape of a bacteria is only limited to a few (spiral, circular, rod shaped) Rigid Cell walls Targets cell walls directly or cell wall synthesis Antibiotics - Penicillin Controls the flow of ions and solutes inside the cell to maintain homeostasis Determines which solutes and ions move in and out Determines what drugs move in and out Inside the bacteria is a cytoplasmic membrane Sliminess helps to prevent phagocytosis Polypeptides, polysaccharides ---> slimy Bacteria with capsules tend to be more pathogenic Some bacteria have capsules Long hair like strands Without it then it cannot Allows the bacteria to attach to substrates… to infect Pilli (important structure in pathogenesis) To move Bacteria with flagella tend to be more pathogenic Flagella Structure - Genetic material attaches to the cytoplasmic membrane -->. Breaks into two to get to smaller ones Binary Fission (NO MEIOSIS OR MITOSIS) F+ donating to F- through a sex pillus Transferring genetic material to another bacteria Conjugation Bacteriophage injects material into host Lyse host to release from host Picks up extraneous DNA from virus itself This is the most common way for antibiotic resistance to be transferred Transduction (More important) Reproduction - Prokaryotes Exam 1 Sunday, February 24, 2019 12:14 AM Wildlife Diseases Page 1
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