Study Guide Exam 2

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Study Guide Exam 2 DO NOT USE THIS AS AN ALL INCLUSIVE STUDY GUIDE a. Mycoplasma b. Thermoplasma c. Sulfur d. Magnetite e. Glycogen f. Polyphosphate g. Poly-B-hydroxybutyrate h. Plasmids i. Pili j. Capsule k. S layer l. Gas vesicles m. Endospore n. Clostridium o. Bacillus p. Lysozyme q. Penicillin genus of bacteria that do not contain a cell wall genus of archaea that do not contain a cell wall inclusion granule that serves as an energy source allow cells to respond to magnetic fields inclusion granule that can be degraded and used for nucleic acid and phospholipids extrachromosomal structures Enables bacterium to adhere to host cell transfers DNA between cells Protect cell from phagocytosis Protects cell from dessication Virulence factor Difficult to stain by conventional methods, so negative staining is used Protects bacterium from harmful enzymes or changes in environment buoy the cells to the surface survival structures that endure heat, dessication, radiation
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2011 for the course BIOL 2051 taught by Professor Brininstool during the Spring '07 term at LSU.

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Study Guide Exam 2 - Study Guide Exam 2 DO NOT USE THIS AS...

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