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BACTERIA   Bacteria    Cells are prokaryotic and amongst the smallest known cells ( length 0.5-20
BACTERIA Bacteria Cells are prokaryotic and amongst the - presentation

alida-mead

Lack a nucleus. DNA is naked, a single loop not bound in a chromosome. May contain plasmids (small circular fragments of DNA). Have ribosomes, but no other organelles.. DNA present as a long circular molecule..

Bacteria Kingdoms  Archaebacteria
Bacteria Kingdoms Archaebacteria - presentation

phoebe-cli

. & Eubacteria. What do you already know?. What are the characteristics of life?. Review the following terms:. Prokaryote. Autotroph. Heterotroph. Aerobic Respiration. Anaerobic Respiration. What are .

Bacteria
Bacteria - presentation

natalia-si

By: Dylan Sexton. About Me. About Me. Dylan Sexton. Age 15. Grade 10. Favorite Subject is Science. Dream Job Working for NASA. Enjoys Volunteering . Full Time FLVS Student. Currently Enrolled in 6 Courses.

Purple Non Sulfur Bacteria
Purple Non Sulfur Bacteria - presentation

min-jolico

Hopkins Microbiology Course. Ann . Lesnefsky. . . 7-15-2011. Metabolism of PNS Bacteria. Organic acid electron donor. Photosynthesis for energy generation. Bacterial chlorophyll b.

1 Bacteria
1 Bacteria - presentation

karlyn-boh

Structure and Function. 2. Prokaryote & Eukaryote. Evolution. 3. Cellular Evolution. Current evidence indicates that . eukaryotes evolved from prokaryotes. between 1 and 1.5 billion years ago. Two theories:.

1 Bacteria Structure and Function
1 Bacteria Structure and Function - presentation

luanne-sto

2. Prokaryote & Eukaryote. Evolution. 3. Cellular Evolution. Current evidence indicates that . eukaryotes evolved from prokaryotes. between 1 and 1.5 billion years ago. Two theories:. 1. . Infolding theory.

There are one hundred thousand bacteria squirming around on
There are one hundred thousand bacteria squirming around on - presentation

min-jolico

Bacteria. In this video clip, watch for the shapes of the different bacteria.. Bacteria . Parts of a bacteria (see board for diagram):. Cell wall (eubacteria with peptidoglycan). Cell membrane (sometimes called plasma membrane).

I went to the beach and brought back sand: a story of anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria.
I went to the beach and brought back sand: a story of anoxyg - presentation

luanne-sto

Lorena Rangel. Microbial Diversity Course 2013. MBL. Introduction. Anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria. chlorophyll-based photosynthetic energy. Overmann 2006. The Prokaryotes. www.nau.edu. Indole-3-acetic acid (IAA).

What are coliform bacteria and why should I be concerned Coliform bacteria are found in the environment and in the feces of humans and animals
What are coliform bacteria and why should I be concerned Col - pdf

tatyana-ad

Most coliform bacteria do not cause illness but they can indicate that other diseasecausing organisms are present in the water Waterborne illness from these other organisms can cause nausea vomiting fever and diarrhea Total coliform fecal coliform a

 0 Bacteria and  Archaea Chapter 26 Opening Roadmap.
0 Bacteria and Archaea Chapter 26 Opening Roadmap. - presentation

natalia-si

© 2017 Pearson Education, Inc.. Introduction. Bacteria. and . Archaea. Are two of the three largest branches on the . tree of . life. Third major branch (domain) is . Eukarya. Most are unicellular, and all are prokaryotic.

 Bacteria, Protista and fungi
Bacteria, Protista and fungi - presentation

danika-pri

prokaryotes. Chapter 27. Prokaryote Life. Can withstand harsh environments (. extremophiles. ). Can move between aquatic and land environments easily. Are small, mostly . single celled. , well organized (remember large SA:V ratio).

Bacteria, Viruses and Biotechnology
Bacteria, Viruses and Biotechnology - presentation

tatyana-ad

BY: Selena & Nicole. Foundations of biotechnology . Biotechnology can be defined as the manipulation of living organisms or their components to provide products or to serve useful purpose. As result the DNA of plants, animals and other organisms can be manipulated in the laboratory ..

Some bacteria are able to produce an enzyme called urease t
Some bacteria are able to produce an enzyme called urease t - presentation

jane-oiler

Urease test is used screen lactose negative . gram-negative Enterobacteriaceae . on differential media plated with materials from stool specimen, helping to differentiate Salmonella and Shigella species which are urease negative from the urease positive non-pathogen. Proteus, and some .

The World of Bacteria What does a bacterium look like?
The World of Bacteria What does a bacterium look like? - presentation

phoebe-cli

Internal Structures:. cytoplasm. nucleoid. ribosomes. Boundaries:. cell membrane. cell wall. capsule. Appendages:. flagellum. pili. Shapes of Bacteria. Bacteria Identification Criteria. Shapes.

Some bacteria are able to produce an enzyme called urease t
Some bacteria are able to produce an enzyme called urease t - presentation

liane-varn

Urease test is used screen lactose negative . gram-negative Enterobacteriaceae . on differential media plated with materials from stool specimen, helping to differentiate Salmonella and Shigella species which are urease negative from the urease positive non-pathogen. Proteus, and some .

Bacteriology     Basic features of bacteria
Bacteriology    Basic features of bacteria - presentation

aaron

 . Bacteria form a large group of parasitic, saprophytic, and free-living microorganism .  . 1. Bacterial cell wall (protects against osmotic damage).  . Bacterial cell is prokaryotic. Contains high concentration .

Sulfate-reducing Bacteria
Sulfate-reducing Bacteria - presentation

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detection using. electrochemical impedance technique. Yi Wan. Institute of oceanology, . CAS. 27-10-2014. Bacteria. Sulfate-reducing bacteria. E. coli. Staphylococcus . Aureus. Ebola virus. Bacillus Cereus.

BACTERIA V iruses YEASTS
BACTERIA V iruses YEASTS - presentation

tatiana-do

Microbes. Bacteria are single-celled organisms. Bacteria have the tools to reproduce themselves, by themselves. They are filled with fluid, and may have threadlike structures to move themselves, like a tail..

Introduction to bacteria:
Introduction to bacteria: - presentation

conchita-m

Bacteriology. Kingdom of bacteria. Sub-kingdom: . Eubacteria. Sub-kingdom: Cyanobacteria . Nomenclature. Binomial. (scientific) nomenclature . Genus. – . always . capitalized. species. . -, . lowercase.

Introduction to Bacteria
Introduction to Bacteria - presentation

kittie-lec

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly…. What are bacteria?. Unicellular (single-celled) organisms. Prokaryotic (no nucleus). Microscopic (very small). Can be found on most materials and surfaces. Billions on and in your .

Introduction to Bacteria
Introduction to Bacteria - presentation

lois-ondre

. USDA NIFSI Food Safety in the Classroom. ©. University of Tennessee, Knoxville 2006. What are bacteria?. Single celled organisms. Very small. Need a microscope to see. Can be found on most materials and surfaces.

Classification of Bacteria
Classification of Bacteria - presentation

briana-ran

Biology CP. What is Bacteria?. Prokaryotic. Can be: . Eubacteria. Archaebacteria. What is Bacteria?. Prokaryotic: does NOT have a nucleus. Can be: . Eubacteria. Archaebacteria. What is Bacteria?. Prokaryotic: does NOT have a nucleus.

BACTERIA
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giovanna-b

CLS 311: Basic Microbiology. Mrs. . Amany. Ahmed . Niazy. Bacteria are the smallest and most versatile independently living cells known. . Microorganisms. Acellular. Cellular. Prokaryotes. Eukaryotes.

Bacteria
Bacteria - presentation

alexa-sche

continued. Gram Stain. When bacteria are treated with a dye made up of crystal violet and iodine they react in one of two ways. . Bacteria . cells that appear purple are gram-positive and bacteria that change to pink are gram-negative. .

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