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virus/phage, bacteriophage virulent, temperate viroid sources of genetic diversity in bacteria operon inducible and repressible enzyme systems what kind of virus is HIV? transformation, transduction, and  conjugation in bacteria parts and molecules found in viruses transposable elements why don’t antibiotics work against viruses? “trophs” (photoautotrophs, chemolithotrophs,  etc…) differences between Archaea and Bacteria ecological roles of bacteria how bacteria move cyanobacteria mycoplasmas what cells have peptidoglycan? spirochetes evolutionary relationships among Archaea,  Bacteria, and Eukarya Gram staining parts of prokaryotic cells endospores Koch’s postulates differences between prokaryotes and  eukaryotes unique features of Archaea stramenopiles choanoflagellates apicomplexans alveolates diplomonads haploid, diploid the alternation of generations life cycle, 
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Unformatted text preview: including gametophytes and sporophytes chlorophytes protists most closely related to animals protist habitats dinoflagellates heliozoans radiolarians red algae oomycetes cellular vs. acellular slime molds serial endosymbiosis phaeophyta saprobe aerobes, anaerobes, facultative anaerobes, aerotolerant anaerobes condia dikaryotic differences among ascomycetes, basiodimycetes, zygomycetes, deuteromycetes chytrids lichens mycorrhizae mutualism budding soredia haustoria mycelium hyphae distinctive cell wall components for bacteria, fungi, and plants general characteristics of fungi vector antisense RNA plasmid electrophoresis what happens when a gene is “cloned” use of probes restriction enzymes ligase cDNA production how to differentiate bacteria that contain plasmid with foreign DNA...
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