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chapter 11 the prokaryotes domains bacteria and archaea
CHAPTER 11The Prokaryotes Domains Bacteria and Archaea
  • One _________________, not in a membrane
  • No __________
  • No __________
  • Peptidoglycan cell

walls(_______)

  • Binary fission
chapter 11 the prokaryotes domains bacteria and archaea1
CHAPTER 11The Prokaryotes Domains Bacteria and Archaea
  • One _________________, not in a membrane
  • No __________
  • No __________
  • Peptidoglycan cell

walls(_____________)

  • Binary fission
domain
Domain ___________
  • PHYLUM

_________________

    • Diverse shapes
    • Gram-______________
  • CLASSES-based on _____

sequences

    • _______proteobacteria
    • _______proteobacteria
    • _______proteobacteria
    • _______proteobacteria
    • _______proteobacteria
alphaproteobacteria
()alphaProteobacteria
  • Human pathogens:

______________

B. hensela -

Cat-scratch disease*

________ - Brucellosis

  • Obligate intracellular
  • parasites:
    • ____________ sp.
    • Arthropod-borne, spotted fevers
    • R. rickettsii - Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
the beta proteobacteria
The  (beta) Proteobacteria

___________ sp.*

Chemoheterotrophic,

Gram (-) rods

B. ___________

‘whooping cough’

____________ sp.

Chemoheterotrophic,

Gram (-) cocci

N. meningitidis

N. gonorrhoeae

the proteobacteria
The  ___________ Proteobacteria

_______________ sp.

Short, G(-) rods,

facultative anaerobes

E. coli 0157:H7*

____________ sp.

Curved, Gram (-) rods

Found in coastal water

Vibrio cholerae causes cholera*

Pasteurella

multicida:

dog, cat bites

the gamma proteobacteria
The  (gamma) Proteobacteria
  • The  (gamma) Proteobacteria
    • Enterobacteriales (enterics):
      • Peritrichous flagella, facultatively anaerobic
        • Enterobacter
        • Erwinia
        • Escherichia
        • Klebsiella
        • Proteus
        • Salmonella
        • Serratia
        • Shigella
        • Yersinia
the proteobacteria1
The  ___________ Proteobacteria

Environmental, _____________

Bdellovibrio sp. - prey on other bacteria

Desulfovibrio sp. - use S instead of O2 as final electron acceptor

Myxococcus sp. - gliding. Cells aggregate to form myxospores

the proteobacteria2
The  _________ Proteobacteria

Helicobacter sp.

Multiple flagella

H. pylori

Peptic ulcers, _____________

_______________ sp.

One polar flagellum

Gastroenteritis

the proteobacteria gram negative bacteria
The ____proteobacteria Gram-Negative Bacteria

__________ trachomatis

trachoma

urethritis-sexually

transmitted

spirochaetes
Spirochaetes
  • __________________

-Lyme’s disease

  • __________________

-Syphilis

Figure 11.23

gram positive bacteria
__________________Gram-positive bacteria
  • Low _______ ratios

Mycoplasma pneumoniae

Streptococcus sp.

S. pyogenes

scarlet fever

rheumatic fever

Staphylococcus

aureus

Clostridium

difficile

bacillales low g and c ratio gram positive bacteria
Bacillaleslow G and C ratio, Gram positive bacteria

Staphylococcus aureus

Morphology - Cocci in clusters

Diseases – _________, cellulitis, food poisoning

Portal of Entry –nasal passages; skin, _________

Transmission – air-borne, _______, ingestion

Diagnosis – microscopic and cultural morphology,

___________ assays

Treatment – penicillin; methicillin; vancomycin

*______

Figure 1.17

gram positive
_____________________Gram-positive

High G + C ratio

N. asteroides

pulmonary

infections

Actino-

mycosis-

tissue destruction

of head & neck

P. acnes-

acne

bacteria high g c ratio gram bacteria
_________BACTERIAHigh G + C ratio, Gram _________ bacteria

_______________ sp.

Morphology - filamenous, branching

Disease - rarely pathogenic

______________ sp.

Morphology – small rods; _____________

Diseases - ___________, leprosy, skin infections

Portal of Entry – _____________ tract, skin

Transmission – coughing, sneezing, __________

Diagnosis - microscopic and cultural properties,

staining characteristics, biochemical properties

Treatment – ______________, ethambutol, rifampin

____________