Compare the different categories in which organisms

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Compare the different categories in which organisms are classified based on their nutritional requirements. Explain how physical conditions such as temperature, pH, and osmotic and hydrostatic pressure affect microbial growth. Discuss the process of quorum sensing and explain the altered behavior of microorganisms in a biofilm. Discuss the criteria for choosing a growth medium for microorganisms and the culturing techniques commonly used in a lab. Describe the information that can be interpreted from a growth curve. 5. Given a nutritional requirements of a microorganism, analyze the processes of microbial metabolism. Key Concepts Compare and contrast respiration and fermentation. Discuss the role of enzymes in a cell. Describe the three stages of aerobic glucose catabolism. Describe the breakdown of lipids and proteins as source of precursors and energy. Describe the light-dependent and light-independent reactions of photosynthesis. Discuss the factors that regulate catabolic and anabolic reactions in a cell. 6. Given the characteristics of a eukaryotic organism, classify it into its right kingdom based on genetic relatedness. Key Concepts Compare the different types of eukaryotic reproduction. Describe the characteristics of protozoa, their nutritional requirements, and their mode of reproduction.
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  • Fall '14
  • Bacteria, Anton van Leeuwenhoek,  Compare,  Describe

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