Black09 - The Five-Kingdom System Note bias towards large things Kingdom Protista Kingdom Fungi Kingdom Animalia Kingdom Animalia Arthropod Vectors

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The Five-Kingdom System Note bias towards large things
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Kingdom Protista
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Kingdom Fungi
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Kingdom Animalia
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Kingdom Animalia Arthropod Vectors Aedes Aegyti Assorted Ticks Phlebotmine Sandfly
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Kingdom Monera Stromatolites (mounds of photosynthetic bacteria) DOMAIN BACTERIA DOMAIN ARCHAEA DOMAIN EUKARYA Aquifex Thermus Thermotoga Gram-positive bacteria Flavobacteria pJP78 pJP27 pSL17 pSL12 Pyrodictium Sulfolobus Thermoproteus Green sulfur bacteria Purple bacteria Cyanobacteria Methanopyrus Methanobacterium Thermococcus Methanococcus Archaeoglobus Halococcus Giardia Trypanosoma Euglena Entamoebae Slime molds Dinoflagellates Ciliates Diatoms Brown algae Red algae Green algae Plants Fungi Animals
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Three Cellular Domains 16S rRNA
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Three Cellular Domains
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Hierarchical Classification Here we will be most concerned with genus, species, and strains e.g., Kingdom Animals Phylum Chordates Class Mammals Order Primates Family Hominids Genus Homo Species sapiens (Humans)
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Dichotimous Key 1a. Money is made of paper- Bills, Go to 2 1b. Money is not made of paper- Coins, Go to 3 2a. Bill has Washington on front- One Dollar Bill 2b. Bill does not have Washington on front- Ten Dollar Bill 3a. Coin is made of copper- Penny 3b. Coin is not made of copper- Go to 4 4a. Coin has FDR on front- Dime 4b. Coin does not have FDR on front- Quarter
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Numerical Taxonomy
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Genetic Homology Genetic homologies (similarities) can be determined by looking at: Base compositions DNA-DNA or DNA-RNA Hybridization DNA or RNA sequencing
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Base Composition
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DNA Sequencing
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RNA Sequencing
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DNA Hybridization
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Southern Blotting Visualized DNA
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Distinguishing Strains Individual bacterial species and strains may be distinguished by: RFLP or rep-PCR analysis
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course MCB 205 taught by Professor Abedon during the Spring '11 term at Ohio State.

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Black09 - The Five-Kingdom System Note bias towards large things Kingdom Protista Kingdom Fungi Kingdom Animalia Kingdom Animalia Arthropod Vectors

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