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Prokaryotes Chapter 19. Table 18.1. Figure 5.8. Figure 9.1Ce. Cell Division in prokaryotes. Conjugation in Bacteria. Domain and Kingdom Bacteria. Peptidoglycan in cell wall Genetic differences Lipids in plasma membrane Endospore formation. Gram Positive and Negative Bacteria.

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Prokaryotes chapter 19

ProkaryotesChapter 19


Table 18 1

Table 18.1


Figure 5 8

Figure 5.8


Figure 9 1ce

Figure 9.1Ce

  • Cell Division in prokaryotes


Conjugation in bacteria

Conjugation in Bacteria


Domain and kingdom bacteria

Domain and Kingdom Bacteria

  • Peptidoglycan in cell wall

  • Genetic differences

  • Lipids in plasma membrane

  • Endospore formation


Gram positive and negative bacteria

Gram Positive and Negative Bacteria


Domain and kingdom archaea

Domain and Kingdom Archaea

  • Extremophiles

    • Hydrothermal vents

    • Hypersaline basins

    • Highly acidic habitats

    • Highly alkaline habitats


Hydrothermal vents and archaea

Hydrothermal Vents and Archaea


Metabolism

Metabolism

  • Heterotrophic

    • Saprophytic

  • Photoautotrophic

  • Chemoautotrophic


Bacterial abundance

Bacterial Abundance


Nitrogen cycle

Nitrogen Cycle


Phosphorus cycle

Phosphorus Cycle


Oil degrading bacteria

Oil Degrading Bacteria


10x as many bacteria as human cells in the human body

10X as many bacteria as human cells in the human body


Chlamydia

Chlamydia


Gonorrhea

Gonorrhea


Pelvic inflammatory disease pid

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)


Syphilis

Syphilis


Antibiotics

Antibiotics


Anthrax bacillus anthracis

Anthrax- Bacillus anthracis


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