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Bio 102 test 1 Sg - Chapter 19 What are some...

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Chapter 19 What are some characteristics of prokaryotic cells? What are photoautotrophic cells? How do bacteria reproduce? What are some pathogenic bacteria? What is E. Coli? What is Rhizobium ? What are Methanogens? What are Archaebacteria? What are some characteristics of viruses? What is the lysogenic pathway of viral infection? What is prions? Have a few rare organelles but no nucleus have a permeable cell well, most have bacterial flagella Build organic compounds by photosynthesis “self-feeders” sunlight for energy, carbon dioxide as their carbon source When it nearly has doubled it divides in two. Each daughter cell inherits a single bacterial chromosome Bacteria that causes a disease; Streptacocal Live in mammalian gut- make vitamin K, helps digest fat, keeps food bourne pathogens in check Causes nitrogen- fixing nodules to form on roots of peas Methane makers Known as the 3 rd domain, resemble the first cells on earth. Most like Methanogens, extreme halophiles. Poison, protein coat surrounding a nucleic acid core; can’t reproduce itself, use host to reproduce. Viral DNA is integrated into the hosts chromosome. The cell divides and replicates into recombination molecule, then stimulates to reactivate cycle. Infectious proteins which can cause “mad cow disease” through.
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What does endemic refer to? What are two modern-day pandemics? What are antibiotics? Chapter 20 What are some descriptors of protists? How do trypanosomes enter a vertebrate body? What is paramecium? What single-celled organisms have a hardened shell? What organism causes red tide? What caused the Irish potato famine? What is Plasmodium and what does it infect? contaminated meat. They are not alive, so they can not be killed. Such as TB, are more or less always present in a population but are confined to a small part of it AIDS and SARS Compounds synthesized by one organisms that can kill another- we use them as weapons against bacterial pathogens. Have a nucleus, large ribosomes,
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Bio 102 test 1 Sg - Chapter 19 What are some...

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