Chapter12Eukaryotes0

Chapter12Eukaryotes0 - Lecture 18 Intro to the Eukaryotes...

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Lecture 18 – Intro to the Eukaryotes Algae Protozoa Fungi Arthropod disease vectors Helminth parasites
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Learning Objectives Understand the basis for algal classification (photosynthetic pigment colors). Describe two diseases caused by algal toxins. Understand the basis for protozoal classification (motility). List two diseases caused by flagellates. List two protozoal causes of dysentery. Know what group the following protozoans belong to: Trypanosoma, Giardia, Leishmania, Malaria, Toxoplasma, Cryptosporidium Be able to describe the difference between trophozoite and cyst forms of protozoans. Understand the basis for fungal classification (formation of sexual reproductive structures). Differentiate between Zygomyces, Ascomyces and Basidiomyces. Know that dimorphic fungi cause the most serious human fungal diseases. Be able to list three human fungal diseases and to associate them with risk factors. Understand the difference between a biological and a mechanical vector. List three common insect vectors and one arachnid vector for disease transmission. Understand how mites cause diseases like scabies and mange. Be able to compare the severity of infestations by intestinal worms, pinworms and filarial worms. Understand the infection cycle of the hookworm. Understand the infection cycle of the tapeworm. Know why pork tapeworms are more dangerous than other types. Understand the infection cycle of schistosomes (causative agent of bilharzia).
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Algae dinoflagellate red tide paralytic shellfish poisoning Pfiesteria Protozoa Flagellate Amoeba Ciliate Sporozoan Apicomplex endocytosis trophozoite cyst schizogony Fungi yeast mold mushroom dimorphic fungus Zygomycetes Ascomycetes Basidiomycetes ergot aflatoxin mycosis systemic / cutaneous / superficial tinea mechanical / biological vector arthropod insect arachnid Helminths
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2011 for the course BIOL 221 taught by Professor Walter during the Fall '08 term at Purdue.

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Chapter12Eukaryotes0 - Lecture 18 Intro to the Eukaryotes...

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