The Species Of Chlamydomonas Essay

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Eubacteria Chamydomonas (no common name) 400x

• There are some 500 species of Chlamydomonas, found in soil, ponds, and ditches, where they may color water green.
• Although photosynthesis occurs, nutrients also may be absorbed through the cell surface.
• When Exposed to sunlight in an appropriate place it will produce uniform cultures containing large numbers of motile cells.
• Flagella of Chlamydomonas are representative of eukaryotic cilia and flagella, in that they are composed of microtubules arranged in the well-documented "9 + 2" structure.
• Motile Chlamydomonas can be induced to shed their flagella or flagella can be removed mechanically. Provided the cells themselves and the basal bodies on which flagella are constructed are not damaged, they re-grow flagella following such amputation.
Pseudomonas (no common name) 400x

• The genus Pseudomonas is made up of Gram-negative, rod-shaped bacteria that inhabit many niches.
• Pseudomonas species are commonly found in the soil, water, and vegetation
• The genus is particularly noteworthy because of the fact that they infect people who are already ill or if the person’s immune system isn’t working right. Such infections are termed opportunistic infections.
• The species that comprise the genus Pseudomonas are part of the wider family of bacteria that are classified as Pseudomonadaceae.
• Pseudomonas are hardy microorganisms, and can grow on almost any available surface where enough moisture and…

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