Lecture 1.27

Lecture 1.27 - Sulfide oxidation Nitrification...

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Most Life on Earth is Microbial Earth contains more bacterial organisms than all others combined Total bacterial biomass may exceed all the rest of life combined Tremendous bacterial diversity Bacteria live in more places and work in a greater variety of metabolic ways than all others
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Fig. 1-6 Humans Mammals Origin of Earth (4.6 bya) Bacteria 4 bya Present Vascular plants Shelly invertebrates 1 bya 20% O 2 O 2 Algal diversity 2 bya 3 bya forms Origin of Eukaryotes Earth is slowly oxygenated Origin of cyanobacteria Anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria Anoxic Earth (N 2 , CO 2 , CH 4 atmosphere) Micro life only bial
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Cell Structure: Eukaryotic cell
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Cell Structure: Prokaryotic cell
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Chemolithotrophy
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Unformatted text preview: Sulfide oxidation Nitrification Chemoautotrophy Nitrogen fixation Protein Nucleic acid ATP ADP + P i ATP ADP + P i ADP + P i ATP Beijerinck enrichment culture Winogradsky chemolithotrophy Pre-Darwinian appreciation of selective pressure Macromolecules Cells constructed from a variety of different macromolecules Nucleic Acids Proteins Lipids Polysaccharides Basic Concepts Strong and Weak Chemical Bonds Covalent bonds Hydrogen bonding Polarity of electron shells Ionic bonds Hydrophobic interactions van der Waals forces...
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