Ch1-3 Study Guide

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MIBO 3000 Study Guide: Test 1 This study guide is not based on what is specifically on the test. This study guide is what I would make for myself if I were taking this class and studying for the exact same exam. Sometimes it’s helpful for me to get an opinion from my friends on what information they think is most important for a test. That’s why I’m trying to give this to you guys. Also, Dr. Shearer is REALLY big on giving test questions based on information that was mentioned in class but is NOT on the Powerpoint. Therefore, it’s always good to come to class and take additional notes on information she mentions!! Chapter 1: Introduction to Microbiology Know the difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes, for example: There are more differences than JUST these, so make sure to look back at your notes! Prokaryotes ONLY unicellular Lack membrane-bound organelles Condensed region of DNA is NOT bound by a membrane (= nucleoid) Dominate immense ranges of habitats (temperatures from -10°C – 120°C; pHs between 1-10) Eukaryotes Unicellular OR multicellular Membrane-bound organelles Condensed region of DNA is bound by a membrane (= nucleus) Know information about the Tree of Life o Name the 3 Domains, 2 Superdomains Know the specific information about (1) Domain Bacteria, (2) Domain Archaea, (3) Domain Eukarya: Algae, (4) Domain Eukarya: Protozoa, (5) Domain Eukarya: Fungi
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2011 for the course MIBO 3000 taught by Professor Shearer during the Spring '11 term at UGA.

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