Bio134S2017 Lecture 02 MT 1.pptx - Welcome to Biology 134/135 Microbiology Question In which of the following groups of organisms can you find examples

Bio134S2017 Lecture 02 MT 1.pptx - Welcome to Biology...

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Welcome to Biology 134/135 Microbiology
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Question: In which of the following groups of organisms can you find examples of species that live either unicellular, colonial, or multicellular lifestyles? A. Bacteria B. Protozoa C. Helminths D. Algae E. Viruses
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Announcements • The first pre-lab quiz has been posted and must be completed by midnight on Monday. Please be sure to print out Lab Unit 1 to bring to your lab. More lab units will be released and you should print these out. This is the most important part of your lab manual, and you need to have it with you in lab! Please keep in mind that no matter how warm it gets, you must wear closed shoes and clothes that cover your legs in lab. • Please bring your clickers/REEF app device to class this week so I can ensure that everyone is registered.
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Lab Section Swaps = unlikely • So far nearly all requests have been to swap out of evening lab sections into earlier ones. • Continue to email your requests through this Friday but please be aware that switches are looking unlikely.
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A Brief History of Microbiology 1. Name 7 major players in the development of modern microbiology. 2. Describe their contribution and explain why it was surprising at the time. After this lecture, you should be able to:
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Recreational reading suggestion: Microbe Hunters, by Paul de Kruif (1926)
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Microscopes: "What is THAT?" "Animalcules"(1670s to 1720s) - Anton van Leeuwenhoek - Used a simple microscope, but with masterful lenses - Amateur scientist - First to observe unicellular organisms Cell theory (1660s)- Robert Hooke - First description of cells - Beginnings of cell theory: all living things are composed of cells
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