Questions after lecture 3

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Questions for lecture 3. Be comfortable with the following terms Biofilm Gliding Motility Light microscopy Stain Gram stain Gram positive/Gram negative Phase-constrast microscopy Fluorescence microscopy Green Fluorescent Protein GFP-tagged protein Confocal Laser Scanning Microsocpy Electron Microscopy TEM SEM Atomic Force Microscopy Freeze-Fracture preparation “Artifact” in the sense of “an artifact of preparation” MreB Cytoskeleton Polyhydroxybutyrate Storage Granule Vesicle Gas Vesicle Magnetosome Nanocompartment Compare motility using flagella, twitching motility, and gliding motility. What structures are characteristic of each? What is the source of energy for each? Which is most appropriate for low-viscosity liquids, for high viscosity gels or for moving on surfaces? Look through your textbook or other reference source, and pay attention to the micrographs. Learn how to identify different types of microscopy, and what different types of microscopy are useful for. What are the particular advantages and disadvantages of each? How is a biofilm similar to a multicellular organism?
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