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1. Microbiology 102 Spring 2010 Lecture 1 Microbes and Microbiology An Overview of Microbial Life
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1A. Prerequisite-BIS1A or 2A Concepts from BIS1A or 2A Macromolecules DNA, RNA, Protein, Polysaccharide, Fatty Acids Know the functional groups in 1B and Carboxylic Acid, Aldehyde, Alcohol, Keto, Ester Essentials of Molecular Biology Replication, Transcription, and Translation Energetics Review Oxidation-Reduction Reactions
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1B. Some functional groups to know
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2. Today’s Reading Assignment Today’s Lecture Chapter 1 Chapter 2
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3. What are microorganisms? Microscopic organisms consisting of a single cell or cell cluster. Viruses are also included, which are microscopic but not cellular. Categories: Eubacteria (prokaryotic) Archaea (prokaryotic) Microbial eukaryotes
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4. Common features of all cells Cell membrane Cytoplasm containing machinery for cell growth and function Region containing DNA Nucleoid in prokaryotes; nucleus in eukaryotes Composed of four macromolecules Proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, and polysaccharides
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4 What a is a cell of.
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4A. Internal structures of microbial cells
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4B. Common features of cells Cell membrane Cytoplasm containing machinery for cell growth and function Region containing DNA Nucleoid in prokaryotes; nucleus in eukaryotes Composed of four macromolecules Proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, and polysaccharides Internal structures of microbial cells
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5. Hallmarks of Cellular Life
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6. Basic Cellular Processes
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7. Microbial Diversity: Some examples Shape Size Developmental Structures Interactions with environment Energy use Extreme environments Interactions: Symposis Interactions: Pathogenesis
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8A. Microbial Diversity: Shape
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8B. Microbial Diversity- Shape Salmonella typhi Staphylococcus
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8C. Microbial Diversity: Shape Halophilic Archaea isolated from a saltern Spirillum volutans -contain volutin (polyphosphate) granules
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9A. Diversity in Size
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2010 for the course MIC MIC taught by Professor Meek during the Spring '10 term at UC Davis.

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