Lecture 9-10 study guide

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Lecture 9-10 study guide Understanding the role of microorganisms in the Environment. What are the types of ecosystems that are present on this planet? What types of microorganisms would you expect to find in each of these ecosystems? Why? How does the environment present in these ecosystems effect the types of microorganisms present? What is the ecological niche that each type of microorganism plays in an ecosystem? Why are microorganisms considered primary producers? How do bacteria compete with each other? Why are natural environments a mixture of microorganisms? Why can bacteria be classified as recyclers? How do bacteria interact with eucaryotic organisms in the environment? Understanding how we exploit microorganisms What is the difference between a sewage treatment plant and a septic tank, with respect to how sewage is bioremediated? How do we measure the growth potential of sewage? How do we monitor the environment for the presence of bacterial pathogens derived from
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course BSCI 223 taught by Professor Stein during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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