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Leprosy is a disease caused by
Bacteria
an animal commonly associated is the armadillo
Seaweed today is classified in the kindom
of protista
these are typically single celled Eukaryotes
Carl Woese in 1974 came up with what classification
Eubacteria Archeabacteria and Eucarya
3 kingdoms
Q fever is a
rickettsial disease
In evolutionary schemes where did mitochondria and chloroplast come from
process of endosymbiosis
Muramic acid based cell walls aka
peptidoglycan layers are found in
all bacteria and gram positive and negative means there are differing amounts of the peptidoglycan layers
Carl woese
he decided to split up the bacteria into the 3 eu archea and eukarya
true for for prokaryotes
they have an illdefined nuclear region
they lack a nuclear membrane
they reproduce by asexual means
they lack gametes and a zygote
What is important about Slime MOLDS
Myxomycota - presently classified as protozoans
Protista
thought fungi
produces spores
Slime molds have flagellated single cell organisms congregating together
TRUE
Plasmodial Slime Molds
individual flagellated cells swarm together and fuse
one large bag of cytoplasm with many diploid nuclei
Cellular slime molds
single celled amoeboid protists release of a chem signal makes them swarm
labyrinthulomycota
third group of slime molds
LVPT
Lymphogranuloma Venerum Psittacosis and Tracoma
Parrot fever
LVPT
Chlamydia
they are obligate intracellular parasites
used to be thought of as large parasites aka LVPT now in the energy parasites
slime molds present as both
protista and fungi
animacules is a term from a
Dutchman Leeuenhoek who wrote 300 letters to private scientists in his native toungue
epizootic may be described as
disease an epidemic limited to animals
epi-upon
zootic - animal
epizootic
outbreak of species that Appears as new cases in a given animal population
and the rate exceeds what is expected based on previous ones
cyanobacteria
is an early life form that is classified between bacteria and fungi
cyanobacteria
blue green algae
unicellular
prokaryotic
oxy photo
possess the Z scheme PI and PII
cyanobacteria are a life form with classification with/in
bacteria and algae
diseases like
Plague
St Louis encephalitis
Lyme Disease
all are transmitted by insect vector
Fleas
Mosquitos
and Ticks
Discovery of first chemotherapeutic agent salvarsan that was used to treat syphilis
Paul Ehrlich also known as compound 606 sleeping sickness
somewhat of a arsenic sickness
transitional organisms have phenotypes that allow them to be classified into two taxonomic groups
euglena
slime molds
Prokaryotes include
eubacteria
Archeabacteria
and cyanobacteria
break down Eubacteria
Rickettsiae and chlamydia
mycoplasma
members are smallest organism lacking cell walls that are capable of self replication and cause various diseases
infectious parotitis is the name of the irus which causes
MUMPS
the most common cause is staph aureus/ and the most common viral cause is....
Which organisms are known to carry out oxygenic photosyntheis
PLANTS do
Algae DO
and some bacteria do
which of the following carbon compounds can be used as growth or energy substrate by autotrophs
CO2
mycoplasma are unique procaryotes because they are
laking a rigisd cell wall
and have L forms that are filterable just like virus'
the actinomycetes (considered by some to be filamentous bacteria) are a class of microorganisms that have produced many useful antibiotics. they fall somewhere in size and complexity between
Bacteria and molds
molds cus they have branching filaments
a thixotrophic compound like agar is useful in microbiology because it
is a not readily degraded by bacteria
complex polysaccharide
and remaint a solid or liquid at the 40-90c
a disease that can trasmitt by drinnking an unpasturized cows milk is
BAAAAANGS Brucella abortus
Meningitis a disease if referred to HIB
leading cause of bacterial meningitis
Klebs Loeffler disease refers to
diptheria a corynebacterium
aerobic
nonmotile
rodshaped
bacteria
snapping looks like chinese
Chlamydia is a subclass of bacteria
large virus
found to be a cellular entity
of ENERGY parasites
could not synthesize high energy compounds
disease that can transmit from goat's milk
Brucella melitensis
Brucellosis affects cows in what manners
spontaneous abortion and can be transmitted to humans
varicella
CHICKEN POX
Variola
Smallpox
German measles
Rubela
BACTERIA DO CARRY OUT OXYGENIC OR NON OXYGENIC PHOTOSYNTHESIS
YES NON OXYGENIC
carbon compound used as growth or energy substtrate by autotrophes
CO2
Mycoplasma are unique prokaryotes
have L form that are filterable
and lack a rigid cell wall
largest virus Vaccinia and Variola which are
.25microns
smallest ones are
viroids which are small circular single stranded RNA
nad prions
infectious proteins