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Chapter3Appendages2 - Lecture 7 Structures Internal and...

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Lecture 7 - Structures Internal and External Structures
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Learning Objectives Describe the structural differences between capsules and slime layers. List two functions of capsules and slime layers. Discuss two examples of how formation of glycocalyces by bacteria affect human life and health. Compare the structure of a flagellum to that of a type III secretory system. Understand how reversal of flagellar rotation leads to running and tumbling. Understand that bacteria only move towards continually increasing concentrations of a nutrient. List four major functions of pili. Contrast flagella-based motility with pilus-based motility. Explain why bacteria form storage granules under some growth conditions. List three major types of storage granules. Explain how bacteria increase the efficiency of some enzymes by concentrating them in intracellular inclusion bodies. List four types of bacterial intracellular inclusion bodies. List the seven steps involved in endospore synthesis.
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2011 for the course BIO 221 taught by Professor Walter during the Spring '10 term at Purdue.

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