BISC%20300.Chap.11.NOTES

BISC%20300.Chap.11.NOTES - Fig. 11.19 Chemotaxis Fig. 11.20...

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BISC 300 Chapter 11 Notes Assembly of Bacterial Cell Structures Table 11.1 Overall composition of macromolecules in E. coli Fig. 11.1 Synthesis of cell structures from glucose 11.1 MEMBRANE SYNTHESIS Fig. 11.2 Cell envelopes of bacteria 11.2 PEPTIDOGLYCAN SYNTHESIS Fig. 11.3 Synthesis of peptidoglycan 11.3 PROTEIN ASSEMBLY, STRUCTURE, AND FUNCTION Fig. 11.5 Formation of a peptide Fig. 11.6 Types of bonds Fig. 11.7 Secondary structures Fig. 11.8 Quarternary structures Box 11.2 Milestones-Protein conformation 11.4 EXPORT OF PROTEINS Fig. 11.9 Signal peptides Fig. 11.10 Secretion across the cytoplasmic membrane Fig. 11.11 Transport of lipoproteins to the outer membrane Fig. 11.12 Transport of proteins to the outer membrane Fig. 11.13 Type I, IV, and V secretion Fig. 11.14 Type II secretion 11.5 STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF CELL APPENDAGES Fig. 11.15 Flagellar structure Fig. 11.16 Flagellin
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Fig. 11.17 Chemotactic capillary assay Fig. 11.18 Run and tumble
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Unformatted text preview: Fig. 11.19 Chemotaxis Fig. 11.20 Assembly of pilus Box 11.3 Milestones-Chemotaxis OVERHEAD-1 Penicillin Binding Proteins of E. coli Enzyme Function PBP1a Peptidoglycan transglycosylase-transpeptidase (elongates, cross-links glycan chains) PBP1b Peptidoglycan transglycosylase-transpeptidase PBP1c Peptidoglycan Transglycosylase-transpeptidase PBP2 Determines cell shape (rod/bacillus)/Crosslinks peptidoglycan PBP3 Determines site of septation/cell division PBP4 DD-Carboxypeptidase (splits D-Ala/D-Ala bond) DD-Endopeptidase (splits D-Ala/DAP bond) PBP5 DD-Carboxypeptidase PBP6 DD-Carboxypeptidase PBP6b DD-Carboxypeptidase PBP7 DD-Endopeptidase AmpC beta-lactamase (cryptic)/Antibiotic resistance Assembly of peptidoglycan IMPORTANT CONCEPT: THE CONTINUITY BETWEEN THE COMPONENTS OF THE CELL. What is happening at the chromosome can affect the cell envelope, not just due to transcription and translation....
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