Lecture_10_6_2.Bacteria_Archaea

Lecture_10_6_2.Bacteria_Archaea - Bacterial and Archaeal...

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Bacterial and Archaeal Diversity Bis2C: Lecture 7 October 6, 2008
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Outline I. Introduction II. Major groups III. Diversity and diversification
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I. Introduction
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Archaeal forms
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Figure 26.1 The Three Domains of the Living World Very ancient prokaryotes EUKARYA BACTERIA ARCHAEA Ancient Present Time Origin of life
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Figure 26.1 The Three Domains of the Living World Very ancient prokaryotes EUKARYA BACTERIA ARCHAEA Ancient Present Time Origin of life
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Figure 26.1 The Three Domains of the Living World Very ancient prokaryotes EUKARYA BACTERIA ARCHAEA Ancient Present Time Origin of life
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II. Major Groups A. Bacteria B. Archaea
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Figure 26.11 Two Domains: A Brief Overview Common ancestor of all living organisms EUKARYA Eukaryotes Crenarchaeota Euryarchaeota Proteobacteria Low-GC Gram-positives Cyanobacteria Chlamydias High-GC Gram-positives Spirochetes BACTERIA ARCHAEA
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III. Diversity A. Metabolic B. Extremophiles C. Symbioses
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Metabolic Diversity
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Metabolic Pathways
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