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An ecosytem can be depicted by the simplified food chain shown; autotrophs form
the foundation of the ecosystem, above them are different levels of heterotrophs
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Effect of Oxygen on the Growth of
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CH 17 Microbial Phylogeny
A unifying theme of biology is the evolution of life from a common
Descent with modification; evolution is branching
tree of life
Offspring acquire random mutations from parents
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The Microbial World and You
What are microbes?
Who are microbes? Characteristics/Classification
Microbial genetics, molecular biology & biotechnology
Benefits of microorganisms
History of Microbio
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Which of the following is false regarding control of microbial growth?
In the disk diffusion method, disinfectants that exhibit greater
effectiveness will yield smaller zones of inhibition.
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Bacterial Growth, Part 2
Biofilms & Prokaryotic
Bacteria divide by binary fission: 1 cell 2 4; the number of
cells in each generation can be expressed