BISC%20300.Chap.05.NOTES

BISC%20300.Chap.05.NOTES - Box 5.2 Obligate vs. Facultative...

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BISC 300 Chapter 5 Notes Nutrition, Cultivation, and Isolation of Microorganisms 5.1 FUNDAMENTAL ASPECTS OF DIVERSITY Wide variety of environments: pH: <1 to > 11 Temperature: <0°C to >100°C Salinity: Freshwater to saturated seawater Oxygen: aerobic to microaerobic to anaerobic Evolution of Metabolic Diversity Box 5.1 Unique character of Bacteria and Archaea Nutritional Types of Microorganisms Photoautotroph, Photoheterotroph, Chemoautotroph, Chemoheterotroph Photoautotrophs light for energy CO 2 for carbon Chemoautotrophs use reduced inorganics for energy CO 2 for carbon Photoheterotrophs light for energy require e- donors can assimilate organics Chemoheterotrophs organics for energy and carbon
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Unformatted text preview: Box 5.2 Obligate vs. Facultative REVIEW THE ALL SECTIONS Nutrional Requirements for Cell Growth Composition of Microbial Cells Table 5.1 Elemental analysis of cells Table 5.2 & 5.3 Minimal and defined media Table 5.6 & 5.7 Function of various elements and vitamins 5.2 UPTAKE OF NUTRIENTS INTO CELLS Diffusion Fig. 5.2 Faciliated diffusion Fig. 5.3 ABC transporter Fig. 5.4 Ion-driven transport Uniporters, Symporters, and Antiporters Fig. 5.5 Lactose permease Fig. 5.6 The PTS system Fig. 5.7 Iron transport Fig. 5.8 Uptake of enterobactin REVIEW 5.3 CULTIVATION OF MICROORGANIMSMS REVIEW 5.4 ISOLATION OF SELECTED MICROBES BY ENRICHMENT CULTURES Box 5.3 Winogradsky column...
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