G chloramphenicol that inhibit bacterial protein

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Unformatted text preview: ) that inhibit bacterial protein synthesis do not inhibit archeabacterial protein synthesis Ribosomal complementation yeast and archaebacterial protein synthesis closely relate Ribosomal complementation in in vitro protein synthesis EUKARYOTIC Archea isolate ribosomes isolate ribosomal subunits Yeast Eubacteria 70s 80s 70s 50s 30s 40s 60s 30s 50s E.COLI EX in vitro system mRNA + tRNA-AA + etc. HAS INVITRO PROTEIN SYNTHESIS Text CARTOON REP. NO INVITRO PROTEIN SYNTH WHEN 60S AND 30S ARE COMBINED peptide synthesis +/-?? PROTEIN SYNTHESIZING MACHINERY IS MORE EUKARYOTIC THAN IT IS PROKARYOTIC. EVEN THOUGH CELL LOOKS LIKE BACTERIA, IT BEHAVES MORE EUKARYOTIC. Cell structure/function: HAPLOID AND CIRCULAR JUST LIKE BACTERIA Chromosomes: Haploid/circular Metabolism: Chemoheterotrophs/Chemoautotrophs HALOPHILIC ORGANISMS REQUIRE HIGH SALT AND REQUIRE ATLEAST 10 TIMES PHYSIOLOGICAL SALT CONCENTRATION AND GROW AROUND SATURATION (TINY AMOUNT OG H20) Extreme halophiles: Halophillic habitats: Great Salt Lake/Dead Sea/S F Bay salt ponds Halophillic archaebacteria (Halobacterium sp.): BACTERIORHODOPSIN IS A L...
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