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Unformatted text preview: Archaebacteria Eubacteria Prokaryotic Cells Bacteria circular self-replicating DNA cell wall Rep - binary fission senses & responds to light Flagellum/pili kentsimmons.com Bacteria Shapes Coccus Bacillus spirilla kentsimmons.com Archaebacteria Archaebacteria "methane-makers" swamps, mud, sewage, & animal guts anaerobic www.biology.edu Archaebacteria extreme halophiles "salt-lovers." brackish ponds, salt lakes, volcanic vents on seafloor heterotrophic aerobes serc.carleton.edu Archaebacteria extreme thermophiles -"heat-lovers." hot springs & oceanic thermal vents (100 degrees C) www.biology.edu Eubacteria Eubacteria Photoautotrophs photosynthesis Cyanobacteria the guardians.com Eubacteria Chemoautotrophs recycles nitrogen from soil Photoheterotrophs Eubacteria Chemoheterotrophs living host or waste products E. coli Anthrax botulism Lactobacillus Actinomycetes makes antibiotics Logicalimages.com Filamentous/ E. coli theguardian.com Staphylococcus, Gonorrhea, Salmonella asm.edu Streptococcus tfbfiles.com nycems.com How does Bacteria Cause Illness? 1. 2. 3. 4. Pathogenic 4 Ways: Fimbriae E. coli Flagella Toxins Clostridium Invasions of cells Salmonella How Antibiotics Work 1. 2. 3. 4. Kills bacteria outright Destroys cell wall Prevents DNA/RNA prod Prevents protein synthesis Prevents metabolism antibiotic resistance membrane permeability physically blocks target Destroys antibiotic ...
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