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Bacteria: Classification and Structure
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What are the 6 Kingdoms? Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protists Fungi Plants Animals
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We are looking at the first two Archaebacteria Eubacteria
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Classification of Bacteria Archaebacteria: extremists Eubacteria: Heterotrophs Photosynthetic autotrophs Chemosynthetic autotrophs
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Archaebacteria Live in extreme locations : Oxygen-free environments Concentrated salt-water Hot, acidic water
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Eubacteria - Heterotrophs Found everywhere Parasites: live off of other organisms Saprobes: live off of dead organisms or waste (recyclers)
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Eubacteria: Photosynthetic Autotrophs Photosynthetic: make their own food from light Cyanobacteria: blue-green,
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Unformatted text preview: yellow, or red ponds, streams, moist areas Eubacteria: Chemosynthetic Autotrophs Get energy by breaking down inorganic substances like sulfur and nitrogen Make nitrogen in the air usable Make nitrogen in the air usable for plants for plants { Very Important } Structure of Bacteria Two parts to Bacteria Structure: Arrangement Shape Arrangement Paired: diplo Grape-like clusters: staphylo Chains: strepto Shape Rod: bacillus Spheres: coccus Spirals: spirillum Examples Streptococcus : chains of spheres Staphylospirillum : Grapelike clusters of spirals Streptobacillus : Chains of rods...
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course BIO 110 taught by Professor Harmon during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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