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Bacteria Wanted Poster
Description Shape (cocci, bacilli, spirilli). Oxygen requirements (aerobic, facultative anaerobe, obligate anerobe). Spore former. Motile/non-motile. Gram stain reaction (refer to handout and the following 3 slides).
Gram Positive Bacillus anthracis
Gram Negative Bacteria
Organism’s m.o. Modus operandi (m.o.) is a characteristic pattern of methods of a repeated criminal act. Explain how the organism attacks and spreads.
Most Common Victims Individuals most likely to become infected.
Hide Out of the Culprit Where the bacterium is commonly found (Ex. Intestinal tract, lungs, blood, etc). Could also include the environment, food, objects, etc.
Most Common Injury
Armed and Dangerous ? Spores Toxins Flagella Capsule Anything that can enable the bacterium to cause infection.
Number of victims How many people have become infected and/or died. This can be from any part of the world.
Most Effective Weapons Vaccines. Antibiotics. Disinfectants. Heat, U.V. light, etc.
Other Characteristics Flagella. Capsule. Heat Resistant. Antibiotic resistant, etc.
Bacteria. Kingdom Archaebacteria Prokaryotes Single celled Cell Wall (does not have peptidoglycan) Live in harsh environments 3 major groups 1) methanogens.
BACTERIA WANTED POSTER RESEARCH PROJECT Background Information: Students will research one bacterial pathogen and produce a "Wanted Poster." Student.
BACTERIA KEY CONCEPTS. 1. LIVING UNICELLULAR ORGANISMS 1. LIVING UNICELLULAR ORGANISMS 2. PROKARYOTIC = NO NUCLEUS 2. PROKARYOTIC = NO NUCLEUS CONSISTS.
Bacteria. Bacterial Video Video Bacterial Kingdoms 1.Archaebacteria Called “Ancient” bacteria Live in harsh environments- volcanic vents, hot springs,
Bacteria and Viruses Ch. 19 Page 470. Bacteria 19-1 Bacteria are prokaryotes Bacteria are prokaryotes That is, they contain no nucleus That is, they contain.
Viruses and Bacteria. Viruses are made of two parts – A protein coat called a capsid – Genetic material, can be DNA or RNA Viruses that infect bacteria.
4.4 Microbiology. Classifying Bacteria - shape According to shape Coccus -plural Cocci Bacillus -plural Bacilli Spirillum – plural Spirilli.
The Basics of Bacteria. What are bacteria? Bacteria are single-celled prokaryotes Bacteria are single-celled prokaryotes DNA is not located in a nucleus.
Chapter 19. Identifying Prokaryotes Shape Bacilli- rod shaped Cocci- sphere shaped Spirilla- spiral shaped Cell walls- Gram staining Eubacteria stain.
Unit 6 Microorganisms & Fungi Ch. 19 Bacteria & Viruses.
Bacteria Yummy. More than 200 species live on you. Right now. Go take a bath. Well, wait until you get home.
The genera Bacillus and Clostridium belong to the same family Spore forming bacteria Natural habitat is soil.
Chapter 19 Bacteria and Viruses 19-1: Bacteria. Recently prokaryotes were split into two different groups; eubacteria and archaebacteria Bacteria are.
Identifying and Classifying Bacteria. What is a prokaryote? Cells that lack a true nucleus. Cells that lack a true nucleus. Cells that lack membrane-
Lab #3. Review of Lab #2 Gram staining record results on pg. 35 Gram positive – purple Gram negative – pink Bacillus subtilis – Escherichia coli – Klebsiella.
Chapter 21 BACTERIA AND ARCHAEA. 생물학적 진화의 성공사례인 미생물 지구환경에서의 원핵생물 그림 13. 1A. 질소고정세균.
Bacterial Infections HB Bacteria are: Unicellular Unicellular Small (1-4 m) Small (1-4 m) Prokaryotes- no nucleus or membrane bound organelles.
Bacteria. What are bacteria Prokaryotes Cell membrane is surrounded by a cell wall Chromosome is a single strand of DNA No mitochondria, chloroplasts,
Chapter 19 Bacteria and Viruses. Remember homeostasis? Maintaining proper internal conditions pH, temp., water/salt balance, O2, CO2, etc.
18.4 Bacteria and Archaea KEY CONCEPT Bacteria and archaea are both single-celled prokaryotes.
Identifying and Classifying Bacteria Ch. 23. What is a prokaryote? Cells that lack a true nucleus. Cells that lack a true nucleus. Cells that lack membrane-
PowerPoint ® Lecture Slides for M ICROBIOLOGY Pathogenic Gram-Positive Bacilli (Bacillus)
flagellum pili plasmid cell wall chromosome plasma membrance This diagram shows the typical structure of a prokaryote. Archaea and bacteria look very.
CHAPTER 19 NOTES BACTERIA CHARACTERISTICS OF BACTERIA Prokaryotic or Eukaryotic: Prokaryotic Unicellular or Multicellular: Unicellular Autotroph or Heterotroph:
Prokaryotic single cells Shapes ◦ Sphere (cocci), Rod (bacilli), or Spiral (spirilli) Organization ◦ Often clusters (staphylo-) or chains (strepto-)
Archaebacteria: bacteria that lacks the peptidoglycan layer in its structure- Older (in time) bacteria ◦ Live in oxygen free environment ◦ Produce.
Viruses and Bacteria. Viruses 2 main parts- protein coat called a CAPSID and nucleic acid (RNA or DNA) Host specific and cell specific- the cold virus.
1 Chapter 19- Bacteria. 2 I. Bacteria A. Classifying Prokaryotes 1. Prokaryotes are organisms WITHOUT a nucleus. 2. Prokaryotes can be divided into Eubacteria.
SC Standard Compare the body shapes of bacteria * Spiral * Coccus * Bacillus.
What is bacteria? By Younes Rashad. Bacteria is a single-celled organism which can only be seen through microscope. Bacteria comes in different shapes.
PART I Chapter 18 Archaebacteria & Eubacteria. Phylogeny.
Biology 112 BACTERIA AND VIRUSES. Smallest and most common microorganisms Unicellular organisms that lack a nucleus They can be divided into two.
BACTERIA Unicellular Organisms Prokaryotes (no true nucleus)
Kingdom Eubacteria Kingdom Archaebacteria. Kingdoms Eubacteria/Archaebacteria Eubacteria contain bacteria cells with cell walls made of peptidoglycan.
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A cell without any membrane bound structures prokaryotic 1.
Chap. 23 : Bacteria I. Characteristics of Bacteria 1. Unicellular – live in colonies 1. Unicellular – live in colonies 2. Prokaryotes 2. Prokaryotes 3.
Chapter 7 Bacteria. Ch 7.1 – What are Bacteria? A. Bacteria – microscopic living cells 1. They live almost everywhere even in extreme environments 2.
Bacteria. VOCABULARY Spirilla Bacilli Cocci Flagella Fission Aerobes Anaerobe Facultative Anaerobe Antibiotics Saprophytes Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria Pathogen.
Bacteria. Structure One celled organisms that occur alone or in chains or groups Three basic shapes – Spheres, called cocci – Rods, called bacilli – Spirals,
Prokaryotes- most numerous living organism group Biology Exploring Life- Chapter 16.
Bacteria Bacteria. Peptidoglycan Cell wall Cell membrane Ribosome Flagellum DNA Pili Section 19-1 Eubacterium Structure.
Jeopardy Bacteria Viruses Bacteria Lab Immune System Potpourri Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Chapter 20 BACTERIA AND ARCHAEA. A. Prokaryote Cell Structure All prokaryotes have: ] cell membrane ] cytoplasm ] ribosomes ] nucleoid region containing.
Bacterial Evolution First living cells were prokaryotes Single celled, NO NUCLEUS Change in Earths atmosphere 1 st living organism Archeobacteria.
Prokaryotes Think!!!!: What is the study of microorganisms called? What is the study of bacteria called? Think!!!!: What is the study of microorganisms.
The Wonderful World of Microbes Bacteria & Viruses Chapter 19.
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