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Highlights from Section 2 – Bacteria in Your Life
Antibiotic A chemical produced by bacteria that limits the growth of other bacteria.
Saprophyte Any organism that uses dead organisms as an energy source.Saprophytic bacteria help recycle nutrients.
Nitrogen-Fixing BacteriaChange nitrogen from the air into forms that can be used by plants and animals.
Bioremediation Using organisms to help clean up or remove environmental pollutants.
Pathogen Any organism that causes disease.
Toxin Poisonous substance produce by some bacterial pathogens.
Endospore Thick walled structure produced by pathogenic bacteria when growing conditions are unfavorable.
Pasteurization Process of heating food to a temperature that kills most harmful bacteria.
Vaccine Used to prevent some bacterial diseases.Made from damaged or killed bacteria. Cause the body to produce antibodies.
A cell without any membrane bound structures prokaryotic 1.
Chapter 7 Bacteria. What are bacteria? Bacteria are microscopic, living cells. –live almost everywhere, even extreme environments –sphere-shaped, rod-shaped,
Chapter 7 Bacteria. Ch 7.1 – What are Bacteria? A. Bacteria – microscopic living cells 1. They live almost everywhere even in extreme environments 2.
Chapter 7 Bacteria and Viruses. Chapter 7 Lesson 2 Bacteria in Nature.
BACTERIA BACTERIA IN YOUR LIFE *SKIM THE HEADINGS IN SECTION 2. *What do you think are two major ideas that will be discussed in this section? SLIDE 1.
Bacteria. Structure One celled organisms that occur alone or in chains or groups Three basic shapes – Spheres, called cocci – Rods, called bacilli – Spirals,
Jeopardy Start Final Jeopardy Question Beneficial Bacteria Harmful Bacteria Characteristics of Bacteria Characteristic of Viruses Viral Diseases & Treatments.
Classification. Classifying: _______________________________________ _________________________________________________ Taxonomy: ________________________________________.
Cat1 Cat2Cat3Cat4 Potpourri.
Bacteria. General Characteristics Prokaryotic: single-celled organisms that lack nuclei & about 1-5 microns in size Move about using cilia or flagella.
Mr. Faia 2/10/15 6 th Grade Science. Bacteria help the environment in 3 main ways: Nitrogen Fixation Recycling Bioremediation.
10.2. Warm upWarm up What is a prokaryote? Give some examples where you might find bacteria. Which one is more important: prokaryotes or eukaryotes?
Bacteria Information Also known as Monerans. Definition / Characteristics Unicellular (one-celled) Prokaryote (no nucleus) Some are good and some are.
Bellringer Are harmful bacteria more of a problem or less of a problem to people now than they were 200 years ago? Name some major historical events involving.
Lesson 1 Reading Guide - Vocab bacterium flagellum fission conjugation endospore What are Bacteria?
Kingdom: BACTERIA AND ARCHAEA These are Prokaryotes!!
Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi Ch. 7. Section 2: Bacteria The Bacterial Cell A Dutch merchant named Anton van Leeuwenhoek found bacteria in the.
Bacteria, Protists, Fungi, and Plants. An Amoeba.
Monera Chapter 8 Notes Section 8.1. What is a Moneran? General Characteristics: General Characteristics: _______________ _______________ Unicellular Unicellular.
Bacteria Smallest and simplest organisms on the planet Smallest and simplest organisms on the planet Also the most abundant Also the most abundant 1 gram.
Activity 80 Nature’s Recyclers. Producer (autotroph) Produce their own food using sunlight (photosynthesis) or chemicals (chemosynthetic). Ex. Plant,
BACTERIA. Structures in a Typical Bacteria Flagella—long hairlike structures growing from a cell that aid in movement Chromosome—usually a single, circular.
Chapter 5: Viruses, Bacteria and Your Health Key Vocabulary.
Microbiology Jeopardy aka: Help, they’re all over me!!
20.3 Diseases Caused by Bacteria and Viruses Diseases Caused by Bacteria and Viruses Bacteria and viruses are everywhere in nature, but only a few cause.
Chapter 7. 1. spherical – cocci (singular coccus) 2. rod shaped – bacilli (singular bacillus) 3. spiral – spirilla (singular spirillum)
Bacterial G & R (Growth and Reproduction). Types Asexual Sexual Spore Formation.
Bacteria All are Prokaryotic-NO NUCLEUS. All are unicellular (means one cell) and survive independently. All reproduce by binary fission. Cynobacteria.
Our Microscopic World. smallest, simplest organism, unicellular Most abundant organism Prokaryotic cell…very simple, NO nucleus, ribosomes, cytoplasm,
Aim: What are the characteristics of bacteria? Bacteria Antonie van Leeuwenhoek discovered bacteria Are in the air, foods, surfaces of things we touch.
Microorganisms and Disease Chapter 1 Lesson 5. Microorganisms Microorganisms are organisms that are microscopic, or too small to be seen with just the.
Chapter 7 Bacteria. The Bacterial Cell Cell Structures – Bacteria are prokaryotes. The genetic material in their cells is not contained in a nucleus –
I. Disease Caused by Disease – a condition of ill health; one or more body parts are not functioning properly. I. Disease.
Viruses and Monerans Biology I Unit 7. Your Name One-celled Monerans that contain chlorophyll Blue-green algae.
VIRUSES & BACTERIA CHAPTERS 2.3, 7.1, AND 7.2. WHAT ARE VIRUSES? A virus is a nonliving strand of hereditary material surrounded by a protein coating.
Word Bank: 1.Lyse 2.Assembly 3.Remove 4.Lysogenic Cycle 5.Lytic Cycle 6.Cell Replication 7.Wait 8.Prophage 9.Prophage 10.Cell DNA 11.Integration 12.Injection.
Bacteria. The Bacteria Cell Not discovered until 1600 by our buddy Anton van Leeuwenhoek Bacteria are prokaryotes (have no nucleus) Their genetic material.
Characteristics of Living Things Living things are made of cells. Living things reproduce Living things are based on genetic code Living things grow and.
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Diseases Caused by Bacteria and Viruses Section 19-3 Section 19-3 This section describes bacterial and viral diseases.
Bacteria & Viruses. Bacteria The earliest known fossils are of 3.5 billion year old bacteria Most bacteria come in 1 of 3 possible shapes: spherical,
Bacteria What kind of microorganisms are bacteria? Why do we study bacteria? How do we grow bacteria in our lab? How do we count and analyze bacteria?
To return to the chapter summary click Escape or close this document. Chapter Resources Click on one of the following icons to go to that resource. life.msscience.com.
Chapter 10 Bacteria and Viruses A membrane containing inactive cell material Click for Term.
Microorganisms and Disease Chapter 1 Lesson 5. What are some common microorganisms? Bacteria Some fungi Some protists.
Bacteria & Viruses. 4 Ways to Identify Bacteria 1.Shape CocciBacillusSpirochete.
L5 Preventing and Treating Disease Learning Objectives: 1.Recall that antibiotics (such as penicillin) are used to treat disease. 2.Describe how to prevent.
Chapter 18 Bacteria. Section Concept Map are classified into the kingdoms of live in harsh environments such as include a variety of lifestyles.
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