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Table 9.2 Fig 9.6 Archaeobactria: extremophiles able to exploit the unusual habitat of a “black smoker” vent -@ 3100 meters below sea level (below pressure of water) @ 360degrees C -obtain energy from sulfur compounds Fig 9.8 Protists (know examples) Fig 9.9 fungi Fig 9.10 kingdom animalia The 3 Domains -a new category even higher than kingdom 1.archaea 2. bacteria 3.eukarya (branched from archaea) Fig 9.12 Table 9.3 Criteria for Classifying Bacteria -table 9.5 DNA hybridization Fig 9.20 Table 9.7 Table 9.8 Categories of Viruses Fig 9.16 Herpesvirus- DNA, enveloped Adenovirus- DNA, naked Retrovirus- RNA, enveloped Picornavirus- RNA, naked
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Virus = poison (latin) General Characteristics of Viruses -viruses are infectious agents that are too small to be seen with a light microscope and that are not cells -when they invade susceptible host cells, viruses display some properties of living organisms and so appear to be on borderline between living and nonliving -viruses can replicate, or multiply, only inside a living host cell (obligate intracellular
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2011 for the course BIO 250 taught by Professor Datt during the Spring '09 term at South Carolina.

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