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Microbes. 1-11-12. 1-11-12 Bell Work:. What is a microbe? A germ. What can a microbe do to you? Make you sick. Daily Review:. What is respiration?. 1-11-12 Objective:. I will discover the differences between two groups of microbes. HW: Study Guide 34-51. Vocabulary:.

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Microbes

1-11-12


1-11-12 Bell Work:

  • What is a microbe?

    A germ.

  • What can a microbe do to you?

    Make you sick.


Daily Review:

  • What is respiration?


1-11-12 Objective:

  • I will discover the differences between two groups of microbes.

  • HW: Study Guide

    34-51


Vocabulary:

  • Protists-one-celled organisms, that have a nucleus.

  • Examples: paramecium, amoeba, and kelp

  • Bacteria- one-celled organisms, spherical, spiral, or rod-shaped. Bacteria DO NOT have a nucleus.

  • Examples: Acidophilus, mold, and yeast.


Protist


Nucleus

Protist


Protists


Nucleus

Protist


Bacteria


Bacteria


Bacteria


Bacteria


Nucleus,

Larger,

organelles

Cell membrane, cytoplasm, microscopic

No nucleus, smaller

One cell, microbe


Brainpop:

  • KLVX video

  • Protists

  • Bacteria


Closure:

  • What is the main difference between protists and bacteria?

  • Bacteria does not have a nucleus.


Long Term Memory Review

  • A well designed experiment includes what?

  • Must follow all the steps in the scientific method AND

    must have a control!


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