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How about a trick to help us remember them? And a little “ Classification Rap ” to help as well? Image: Biological classification diagram , Peter Halasz Word to your Mat’! Classifying Living Things From ScienceProfOnline.com , free science education website.
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Domain: ________ Prokaryotic Lack peptidoglycan Binary fission Many live in extreme environments Not known to cause disease in humans or animals Had been considered bacteria until examination of their unique rRNA sequences. Include: Methanogens Extreme halophiles Extreme thermophiles Image Archaea,: Deinococcus radiodurans , Michael Daly From ScienceProfOnline.com , free science education website.
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Domain: __________ Image: Salmonella, Public Health Image Library, PHIL #10973 Prokaryotes Unicellular microorganisms found in every habitat on Earth. Peptidoglycan cell walls. Binary fission. There are all varieties… pathogen, opportunist, harmless & beneficial. From ScienceProfOnline.com , free science education website.
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Domain: _________ Five major groups that interest microbiologists: • _______________ (some can cause infectious disease) • _______________ (some can cause infectious disease) • _______________ (worms that can cause infectious disease) • _______________ (DO NOT cause infectious disease in humans) • _______________ (DO NOT cause infectious disease in humans) Includes both human pathogens and organisms vital for human life. Images: Aspergillus fumigatus spores, Janice Carr, PHIL #9998; Oral candidiasis , D. Rosenbach, WikiPD From ScienceProfOnline.com , free science education website.
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