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Virus to protist reviewChapter 2
Virus-Protist Topics Viruses Protists True/False Bacteria FungiShort Answer Short Answer
A virus is considered to be nonliving because…It does not use energy It cannot reproduce It’s a bad house guest People get sick from them
The type of protist that uses pseudopods to obtain food.paramecium dinoflagellate amoeba algae
Which of the following is a fungus?bacteria yeast cheese yogurt
Which of the following foods is created with the help of healthy bacteria?yogurt meat broth Bleu cheese
Two examples of viruses:Ebola and Strep Throat Ear infection and a cold Influenza and Chicken Pox Rabies and Athlete’s Foot
Animal-like protists have the ability to _________ to get ______.Move; food Jump; exercise Eat; full Sing; famous
Some types of fungi are decomposers, they help _______ _____ organisms.Build up Break down Sort out Throw up
Bacterial infections are destroyed through the use of fungus in:Vaccines White Blood Cells Bacteriophages Antibiotics
A substance that is introduced to the body to fight off viruses is called…Pathogen Bacteria Vaccine
Which of the following shows a protist that moves to get food with the help of a flagellum?
Which of the following are ways that fungi affects our lives?Food production Medicine Diseases Decomposition of organisms All of the Above
Bacteria are ________________ and most are ___________ to animals.Unicellular; helpful Multicellular; helpful Unicellular; harmful Multicellular; harmful
Antibiotics prevent bacterial infections.True False
Viruses are nonliving because they lack most characteristics of living things.True False
Fungi-like protists use seeds to reproduce.True False
What are the main differences between antibiotics and vaccines?Answer
Antibiotics treat bacterial infectionsAntibiotics treat bacterial infections. Vaccines prevent/fight viral infections. Back
Algae are types of plant-like protists. How do they get their food?Answer
Algae are autotrophs, they make their own food by absorbing sunlightBack
Chapters 2 & 3. Viruses Protists Angiosperm Plant Cell Bacteria Fungi Angiosperm Monocot Dicot Gymnosperm Nonvascular VascularPlant Structure Monocot.
Microorganisms and Disease Chapter 1 Lesson 5
Diseases. Two Types of Diseases Infectious Noninfectious.
INTRODUCTION TO MICROBES. WHAT IS A MICROORGANISM? A microorganism or microbe is a tiny living thing that we cannot see without the aid of a microscope.
Bacteria, Virus, Protist & Fungi
12.1 Notes – Causes of Communicable Diseases
Single-Celled Organisms Single-Celled organisms are simple life-forms – They move, find food, grow, and reproduce © LoveLearning 2014.
Review from last Week infectious disease disease that can pass from one organism to another.
Bacteria Bacteria: –are unicellular –are prokaryotic –have cell walls –are either autotrophic or heterotrophic.
INFECTIOUS DISEASES. MICROBES True / False page 399 Living things too small to be seen without a microscope Most are harmless Pathogens – microbes that.
Microorganisms What is “micro”? What is an organism?
Effects of Microorganisms ASA lesson 5. Helpful microbes Some act as decomposers – an organism that gets energy by breaking down and feeding on the wasted.
Microbe Jeopardy Scientific Method Good of Microbes Bad of Microbes Characteristics of Microbes Other Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200.
2.5 Cell Wars Text pages The Big ideas Some diseases are caused when cells are invaded by microscopic living things You health depends on how well.
Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi Review. What is an antibiotic? Medicine used to treat bacterial diseases.
Communicable Disease. What is a communicable disease??? What do you think it is? Disease-Any condition that interferes with the normal or proper.
Single Celled Organisms Plants & Animals are multi-celled organisms. –Most cells depend on the other cells in the body to survive (eg: muscle cells require.
Microbiology Review EOG Review May Microbe Small organism you can only see with a microscope Ex. Virus, bacteria, protist, protozoa.
Microbes. Microbe- a microscopic organism Another word for microorganism Usually unicellular Many different shapes Carry out life functions.
Diseases. Infectious Diseases Disease that can pass from one organism to another. Caused by: Viruses Bacteria Fungus Protists.
Virus and Bacteria Review. Kingdom Bacteria ProtistaFungi Number of Cells ALL are unicellular (1) some are uni- and some are multicellular BOTH (most.
What organism breaks down plants? Mold, fungi, worms, bugs, and bacteria break down plants.
D ISEASES a disordered or incorrectly functioning organ, part, structure, or system of the body resulting from the effect of genetic or developmental errors,
Ch. 18 Fighting Disease Section 1: Infectious Disease.
Infectious Diseases Chapter 11.3: page Chapter 12.1: page
Communicable Diseases: Diseases that are spread from one person / animal to another.
Mrs. McNutt And Mrs. Brown
Bacteria and Viruses Our Microscopic World.
LO: SWBAT understand and explain how our body comes under attack. DN: List some ways in which you can get sick. What causes you to be sick? HW: read pages.
Chapter 19-3: Diseases Caused by Bacteria and Viruses
Comparing Microbes Microbes and Infectious Disease The who, what, when, and how of microbes and infectious disease.
S. Jett, NBCT Montevallo Middle School. How do people catch colds and flu? Beside each pathogen listed on the board, list the common diseases that.
The Immune System The Body’s Defense.
Viruses and Bacteria TAKS Objective 3 (4C &4D). Viruses Not living Noncellular 2 cycles –Lytic and Lysogenic Cannot grow or replicate on their own –Can.
Pathogens Bacteria and Viruses.
Classifying Life Lesson 2.
Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi
Chapter – Unicellular Organisms. Unicellular Organisms We are multicellular organisms We are multicellular organisms However, many living things.
Infectious Diseases. Bacteria- e.coli, salmonella, tuberculosis, gonorrhea Viruses- HIV, influenza, ebola, chickenpox Protists- giardia, malaria.
Microbes Notes Microscopic Organisms and Your Body’s Immune System.
Microbiology It’s a small world… Chapters 7 and 19.
Viruses Chapter 7.1. POINT > Describe what a virus is POINT > Describe virus structure POINT > Define bacteriophage POINT > Explain how viruses reproduce.
Living Things and Viruses
The Immune System. Your immune system is very important to us! Without your immune system, you would be SICK all of the time!
Six Kingdoms of Life Seventh Grade Science. Six Kingdoms Archaebacteria Archaebacteria Eubacteria Eubacteria Protists Protists Fungi Fungi Plants Plants.
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