BBlecture14S09s - Proteo1 The Bacteria (overview of...

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The Bacteria (overview of Proteobacteria) The Bacteria (overview of Proteobacteria) 1: Phylogenetic Overview of Bacteria Phylogenetic Overview of Bacteria 2: Purple Phototrophic Bacteria Purple Phototrophic Bacteria 6: Methanotrophs and Methylotrophs Methanotrophs and Methylotrophs 7: Pseudomonas Pseudomonas and the Pseudomonads and the Pseudomonads 9: Free-Living Aerobic Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria Free-Living Aerobic Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria 10: 10: Neisseria, Chromobacterium Neisseria, Chromobacterium , and Relatives , and Relatives 11: 11: Enteric Bacteria Enteric Bacteria 12: Vibrio Vibrio , , Aliivibrio Aliivibrio , and , and Photobacterium Photobacterium 13: Rickettsias Rickettsias Proteo1
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phylogenetic tree of phylogenetic tree of Domain Bacteria Domain Bacteria : : (Fig 15.1, 12 th ed) Proteo2
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phylogenetic tree for bacteria : Dec, 2004 publication: • 52 phyla established or • candidate (Handelsman. 2004. Microbiol. Molec. Biol. Rev. 68:669-685.) Proteo2a
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“purple” bacteria = Proteo bacteria Proteo2b
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major genera major genera of of Proteobacteria Proteobacteria Proteo3
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Purple Phototrophic Bacteria Purple Phototrophic Bacteria anoxygenic photosynthesis • O 2 inhibits photosynthesis, but some can grow aerobically using respiration bacteriochlorophylls and carotenoid pigments determine which wavelengths of light are used for photosynthesis Proteo4
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classes of phototrophs, on basis of energy and C source: e.g., green plants, eukaryotic algae, cyanobacteria e.g., purple nonsulfur bacteria (Fig 20.1, 12 th ed) Proteo5
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cultures of phototrophic purple bacteria: red-orange-yellow colouration is due to carotenoid pigments R. rubrum G-9 is a carotenoid-less mutant → bacteriochlorophyll a is blue (Fig 15.2, 12 th ed) Proteo6
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flat sheets (lamellae) of photosynthetic membrane spherical vesicles of photosynthetic membrane Ectothiorhodospira mobilis Allochromatium vinosum chromatophores (Fig 15.3, 12 th ed) Proteo7
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PHB inclusions Rhodobacter capsulatus (Fig 20.12a, 12 th ed) Proteo7a
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blooms of purple sulfur bacteria : (Fig 15.5, 12 th ed) Proteo8
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Proteo8a
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BBlecture14S09s - Proteo1 The Bacteria (overview of...

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