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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/10/10 Covers images and concepts from Lab Excercises 14-18 Lab Practical 3
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5/10/10 Bacterial Conjugation l Sex pillus
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5/10/10 Name : Lactobacillus Domain : Eubacteria Form : Rod Function : Good “probiotic” bacteria
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5/10/10 Name : Staph Aureus Domain : Eubacteria Form : Cocci Function : Common skin bacteria
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5/10/10 Name : Treponema Pallidum Domain : Eubacteria Form : Spiral Function : Causes Syphilis
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5/10/10 Pili Capsu le Outer Membrane Peptidoglyc an Plasma Membrane
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5/10/10 Name : E-Coli Domain : Bacteria Phyla: Gm (–) Proteobacteria Function : Lives in human/animal intestines
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5/10/10 Name : Anabaena Domain : Bacteria Phyla : Gm (-) Cyanobacteria Function : ____________ Heterocyst
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5/10/10 Name : Clostridium, Bacillus, Strep, Staph, Lactobacilli Domain : Bacteria Phyla : Gm(+) Eubacteria Function : Spore-formers
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5/10/10 Name : Serratia Domain : Bacteria Form : Rod Function : Conjugation
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5/10/10 Name : Endospores of Clostridium Domain : Bacteria Phyla : Gm (+) Eubacteria Function : Conjugation
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5/10/10 1 m Chromosome
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5/10/10 200 nm Capsule
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5/10/10 0.3 ª m Endospore
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5/10/10 0.2 “ m Aerobic Prokaryote Respirato ry Membran e
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5/10/10 Photosynthetic Prokaryote Thylakoid Membran es
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5/10/10 Dental Plaque Biofilm
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5/10/10 Name : Extreme Halophiles “salt lovers” Domain : Archaea Function : Oldest known organisms Colors represent blooms of different Halophiles at different salinities, each with diff. bacteriorhodopsins.
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5/10/10 Name : Black Smokers – Deep sea hydrothermal vents Extreme Thermophiles “heat/cold lovers” Domain : Archaea Function : Prefer temps above 60°C or below freezing
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5/10/10 Extremophiles
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5/10/10 Extremophiles
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5/10/10 Extremophiles
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5/10/10 Domain Eukarya Kingdom Fungi
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5/10/10 Name : Chytrid Fungi Phyla: Chytridomycota Domain : Eukarya - Kingdom Fungi Function : Earliest fungal group Produce flagellated spores: zoospores Parasitic chytridomycota
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5/10/10 Name : Fungal Hyphae Phyla: Zygomycota Domain : Eukarya - Kingdom Fungi Function : Many haploid nuclei per hyphae Sexual spores produced in zygospore
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5/10/10 Name : Rhizopus … aka Bread Mold Phyla: Zygomycota Domain : Eukarya - Kingdom Fungi Function : Many haploid nuclei per hyphae Sexual spores produced in zygospore
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5/10/10 Asexual Sporangium Sexual Zygospore
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Chytridiomycota are the only Phyla of Fungi that have Flaggella! Zygomycota, Ascomycota, Basidiomycota…
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