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Unit 1 lecture - Principles of Biology II Unit One Lecture Instructions Read and Study Chapter 28 Microbiology Print a copy of this lecture

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Principles of Biology II Unit One Lecture Instructions: Read and Study Chapter 28: Microbiology Print a copy of this lecture assignment and answer the following questions. Once completed, go to Unit One and click on the link that allows you submit your lecture questions. If additional assistance is needed, please click here or go to http://www.mayoclinic.com/ to access the Mayo Clinic web site where you may search for additional information on each microbe listed below. 1. Match the following: 6 Lactobacillus 1. bacteria causes tetanus. 5 E. Coli 2. bacteria causes lime disease. 4 Azospirillum 3. bacteria used in manufacture of pickles, buttermilk, and yogurt. 3 C. botulinum 4. bacteria essential to growth of corn and sugar cane. 1 C. tetani 5. bacteria causes severe food poisoning. 2 Borrelia burgdoferi 6. bacteria produces vitamin K in the digestive system and helps newborns digest milk 12 Slime molds 7. protist produces free-living, ameba-like cells. 11 Dinoflagellates 8. protist parasitic and causes malaria. 9 Ciliated Protozoans 9. protist includes paramecium. 8 Sporozoans 10. protist are animal-like. 7 Amoeboid protozoans 11. protist have cellulose plates and flagella. 10 Flagellates 12. protist includes radiolarians and heliozoans. 2. Bacteria that produce methane are called: a. methanogens b. halophiles c. thermophiles d. eubacteria 3. Bacteria that can survive high temperatures are called: a. methanogens b. halophiles c. thermophiles d. eubacteria 4. Bacteria that can survive high salt concentrations are called: a. methanogens b. halophiles c. thermophiles d. eubacteria
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5. A virus that attacks bacteria is called a/an
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