Protozoa - f) Algae f.i) Photosynthetic organisms in...

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Lecture 1 a) Protozoa a.i) Single-cell; often flagellated; microscopic a.ii) Dysentery, trypanosomiasis; leishmaniasis, malaria b) Rickettsia b.i)Microscopic; gram negative, obligate, intracellular invaders b.ii) Replicate in cytoplasm and nucleus of host c) Spiders c.i) Thousands of species c.ii) 8 leg, 2 body parts c.iii) Arachnids c.iv) Replete with myth and folklore c.v) Silk spinners, terrestrial, arboreal, aquatic d) Centipedes and millipedes d.i)Elongated, segmented, many legs (d.i.1) Millipedes = 36-400 legs; centipedes = 24-200 legs d.ii) Centipedes with poison claw behind head d.iii) Millipedes often with cyanide; 2 pair of legs per body segment e) Bacteria/fungi e.i) Bacteria are Prokaryotes; DNA is not enclosed in a cellular compartment called the nucleus e.ii) Have exponential growth by binary fission e.iii) Fungi have their own kingdom (e.iii.1) Sources of drugs (penicillin) (e.iii.2) Often have positive symbiotic relationship with plants (mycorrhizae)
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Unformatted text preview: f) Algae f.i) Photosynthetic organisms in aquatic, marine and terrestrial systems f.ii)Range from single celled to complex, multi-cellular organisms f.iii) Responsible for deadly aquatic and marine algal blooms (red tide) g) Viruses g.i)Protein-wrapped DNA or RNA; inert outside cell g.ii) Polio, rabies, Ebola, pneumonia, and host of others (many transmitted via insects) g.iii) Major target of human vaccines h) Scorpions h.i)Venomous arthropods; many habitats; >1300 species h.ii) Chelicerae, pedipalps (pincers), 12-13 abdomens h.iii) Akin to spiders i) Slugs i.i) Land snails without shells i.ii)2 pair of tentacles (one for sight, one for smell) i.iii) Hermaphroditic i.iv) Some herbivores, others predators i.v)Can be agricultural pests j) Whip scorpions j.i) Secrete vinegar j.ii)Local in Gville 2) In some areas of the world, 40 % of their protein comes from insects Lecture 1...
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