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anthrax, tetanus, staph and MRSA infections ostrep throat oscarlet fever àrheumatic fever otuberculosis and leprosy §ARCHAEA oincludes extremophiles and methanogens ohalophiles §high 20% salt environments
Copyright Kriti Gaur, 2016, Student at Texas A & M University. All rights reserved.othermophiles §high heat environments, thrive at or close to boiling point omethanogens §produce methane as a byproduct of anaerobic respiration §first discovered in marshes §methanogens produce methane as a byproduct of anaerobic respiration, methanogens break down the methane in the body §methane is in farts obut also many live in normal conditions ono human disease causing archaeans ocompletely non-pathogenic Protists §Anton von Leuwenhoek invented the microscope §Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic cells §Origin Hypotheses of Eukaryotes osingle ancestor of all eukaryotes oa heterotrophic archaean gained nucleus and ER from infolded plasma membrane ogained mitochondrion from endosymbiosis of aerobic heterotrophic bacterium, bacteria enters by endocytosis but is not digested oeukaryote with mitochondria gained chloroplast from endosymbiosis of cyanobacteria oeukaryotes engulfed eukaryotic alga cell which became unique plastids in several protist lines §Eukaryotic Organization ounicellular §entire life cycle as a single cell §diversity of organelles = diverse forms ocolonial §daughter cells remain connected together §share resources §some have specialized but changeable roles omulticellular §cell specialization, interdependence §cell junctions §cell communication and coordination omultinucleate §nuclear division w/o cytokinesis §Eukaryotic Diversity ofamiliar multicellular kingdomsplants, animals, fungi oprotists are all other eukaryotes and are mostly aquatic or live in tissues
Copyright Kriti Gaur, 2016, Student at Texas A & M University. All rights reserved.omulticellularity evolved several times §Excavata Supergroup oall are unicellular, have flagella, and no cell wall oDiplomonads §anaerobic, reduced mitochondria §mostly parasitic §Giardia intestinal parasitegive you really bad diarrhea §durable cysts consumed in water, get in your system and start metabolizing and make you sick oParabasalids §anaerobic, reduced mitochondria §no plastids §most are symbiotic §Trichomonas vaginalis - human vaginal parasite oEuglenazoans-Euglena §unicellular, no cell wall, flagella with a supportive crystalline rod §free-living, has an eyespot §autotroph with chloroplasts §contractile vacuole takes water outside the cytoplasm and expel it outside §can switch to being heterotroph or mixotrophs depending on environment §complex pellicle protein that underlies plasma membrane §stores carbs in paramylon oEuglenazoans-Kinetoplastids §Trypanosoma is a blood parasite that causes sleeping sickness, through the tsetse fly feces §kinetoplast stores fat, also has mitochondria DNA §Stramenopiles oDiatoms §

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