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  • Bacteria are most widely distributed organisms. These are unicellular micro-organisms. A scientist named Leeuwenhoek discovered bacteria in 1677 for the
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  • sulfur bacteria) Chloroflexi (greeen nonsulfur bacteria) Chrysiogenetes (chemolithoautotrophic bacterium) Cyanobacteria (oxygenic photosynthetic bacteria and
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  • Spots are circular lesions found on the leaves of plants, caused by either bacteria of fungi. Initial infections are small, circular spots, usually with a
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  • Bacteria makes up one of the three domains of life. It is part of the prokaryotic domain and is often referred to as "Eubacteria" to distinguish its domain
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  • Kingdom Eubacteria will be explored. Bacteria are omnipresent; they are in our bodies and in our foods. Bacteria are also prokaryotes; the great majority
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  • plant diseases. A bacterium (plural: bacteria) is a single celled organism belonging to the Domain Bacteria, in the three domain scheme. It can also
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  • prevent osmotic lysis. The bacteria cell wall, like most lipid bilayers, is porous and semipermeable. Gram positive bacteria have a very thick peptidoglycan
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  • Bacteria are prokaryotes, which means they are unicellular and have no nucleus. They come in various shapes: rodlike, spherical or spiral. Bacteria are
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  • perspective Prokaryotes vs. eukaryotes Bacteria What are bacteria? Common bacterial characteristics Classifying bacteria by cell wall Gram Positive Gram Negative
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  • Bacteria belong to the subgroup of prokaryotic microorganisms. They can be found in many habitats on the planet, living bodies of plants and animals, and
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  • Prokaryota. The Prokaryota domain was split into the two separate domains of Bacteria and Archaea. Woese was able to look at the similarities and differences
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  • constructed tester strain of Salmonella is placed on a petri plate. T hese bacteria are unable to grow in the absence of histidine, because a mutation is present
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  • known bacteria only are 0.2 microns in length, so most bacteria are only visible under the microscope. Bacteria are mostly single-celled, bacteria have
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  • Biology/Classification of Living Things/Eubacteria. Proposed as separate group from (eu)bacteria by Carl Woese based on structure and metabolic pathways inhabit extreme
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  • plants they lack chloroplasts and are heterotrophic (with exceptions). Bacteria - Ubiquitous, single-celled prokaryotes a few microns in size, with varying
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  • and to the back molars where it is easier for bacteria to hide. Brush your tongue, removing the bacteria that cause bad breath will freshen your breath
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  • Lynn Margulis into 3 equally distinct groups (bacteria, archaea, and eukarya). Woese argued that the bacteria, archaea, and eukaryotes each represent a primary
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  • bacteria colonies. The structure of Penicillium is C6H5CH2 and contains the β-lactam ring that activates the antibiotic attack against the bacteria.
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  • mouthparts, they feed on plant sap and can transmit plant-infecting viruses and bacteria. Species that are significant agricultural pests include the potato leafhopper
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  • Even though there are numerous drugs to kill bacteria, there always remains a small percentage that cannot be killed with the available medicines. Scientists
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