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Bacteria:

Bacteria:

Bacteria: Classification and Structure What are the 6 Kingdoms? Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protists Fungi Plants Animals We are looking at the first two Archaebacteria Eubacteria Classification of Bacteria Archaebacteria: extremists Eubacteria: Heterotrophs

By issac
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HACCP and Food Safety

HACCP and Food Safety

HACCP and Food Safety. Information for all SchoolFood Employees. Sept 2006. Table of Contents. Introduction What is HACCP? Why use HACCP? Who is responsible for HAACP? When is HACCP used? How is HACCP learned? HACCP Principles Seven Steps of HACCP The SchoolFood HACCP Program

By Antony
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Introduction

Introduction

“Our ChlorFree Mission is to provide the World with Pure, Clean, Healthy and Safe Water without the need for Chemicals or Electricity. The ChlorFree Family of Products was designed to aide in the “Quality of Life” . Introduction. About Us

By Anita
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A Partnership: Garden to Table

A Partnership: Garden to Table

A Partnership: Garden to Table. Using the Master Gardener Network to Educate Home Gardeners About Food Safety. Project Funded by CSREES/USDA. Project 2003-5111001713. Garden to Table: Food Safety Practices of the Home Gardener. HOME GARDENER FOOD SAFETY TRAINING FOR MASTER GARDENER VOLUNTEERS.

By DoraAna
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Hydrothermal Vents- Chapters 2, 5, 16

Hydrothermal Vents- Chapters 2, 5, 16

Hydrothermal Vents- Chapters 2, 5, 16. Hydrothermal Vent. Hydrothermal vent - a deep-sea hot spring where heated seawater forces its way up through the crust. Discovered rich communities in 1977. Temperatures range from 10-20⁰C (50-68⁰F) to 350⁰C (660⁰F).

By Roberta
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Bacteria:

Bacteria:

Bacteria:. Classification and Structure. What are the 6 Kingdoms?. Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protists Fungi Plants Animals. We are looking at the first two. Archaebacteria Eubacteria. Classification of Bacteria. Archaebacteria: extremists Eubacteria: Heterotrophs

By Audrey
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CLASSIFICATION OF LIFE

CLASSIFICATION OF LIFE

CLASSIFICATION OF LIFE. Terms To Know Prokaryote : Simple cells that have no nucleus Eukaryote : Complex cells, with a nucleus and many organelles Unicellular : Organisms made of one cell Multicellular : Organisms made of two or more cells Autotroph :

By Rita
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Chapter 27

Chapter 27

Chapter 27. Bacteria and Archaea. Overview: Masters of Adaptation. Prokaryotes thrive almost everywhere, including places too acidic, salty, cold, or hot for most other organisms. There are more prokaryotes in a handful of fertile soil than the number of people who have ever lived.

By Gabriel
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ISO Mold Filings

ISO Mold Filings

ISO Mold Filings. CAS Special Interest Seminar. Agenda. Claims Situation Goal of Filings Present Coverage, Proposed Changes Personal Lines, Commercial Property, CGL Current Approvals. Property Problems Associated with Mold. Costs of remediation and clean up are considerable

By libitha
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Classification of Life…sooooo many organisms!

Classification of Life…sooooo many organisms!

Classification of Life…sooooo many organisms!. Why Classify?. So we can understand other organisms better So we know the needs of living things So we can more easily identify new species. All life is first classified into three very large groups called Domains. Eukaryota. Eubacteria.

By andrew
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Viruses, Bacteria, Protists and Fungi

Viruses, Bacteria, Protists and Fungi

Viruses, Bacteria, Protists and Fungi. Chapter 7.

By niveditha
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GROWTH OF MICROORGANISMS

GROWTH OF MICROORGANISMS

GROWTH OF MICROORGANISMS. Nutritional Classification. Based upon energy and carbon sources Energy source- electron donors Phototrophs (light nourishment) Photosynthesis. Electron Donors. Chemotrophs Oxidation Reduction Breaking & forming bonds. Carbon Source. Autotrophs (self)

By Thomas
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Lecture Notes 1

Lecture Notes 1

Lecture Notes 1. Biology A Eaton Rapids High School K.Coppins. I. What is Biology?. A. Biology is the study of __________. B. Themes of Biology 1. _____________________—all life is made of tiny units called cells.

By bernad
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BACTERIA

BACTERIA

BACTERIA. Biology Chapter 24. Bacteria are very small. This is a pore in human skin and the yellow spheres are bacteria. Bacteria are very small compar-ed to cells with nuclei. Bacteria compared to a white blood cell that is going to eat it. Bacteria.

By paul
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CHARACTERISTICS OF PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC CELLS

CHARACTERISTICS OF PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC CELLS

CHARACTERISTICS OF PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC CELLS. CHAPTER 4.

By Leo
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BIOPRESERVATION

BIOPRESERVATION

BIOPRESERVATION. By: Alyzza Loren D. Luansing BSED-TLE 311. BIOPRESERVATION.

By emily
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Useful Microbes

Useful Microbes

Useful Microbes. Microbes can be beneficial to us?!?. Useful Microbes. There are billions of microbes and lots more we haven’t discovered yet Most of these microbes are either Necessary for our survival Good for us Can be used for our benefit in industry. Roots. Microbes. In Nature.

By andrew
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DISTINGUISHING PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS

DISTINGUISHING PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS

DISTINGUISHING PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS. Pathogenic organisms can be macroscopic or microscopic. Macroscopic organisms: can be seen with the unaided eye Microorganisms: cannot be seen with the naked eye Pathogens: any organism that causes a disease

By niveditha
(309 views)

Management of Wells for Drinking Water

Management of Wells for Drinking Water

Management of Wells for Drinking Water. Possible Well Contaminants. Fertilizers Pesticides Septic systems Animal feed lots Leaking fuel storage tanks. Well Location. Locate wells uphill from: septic systems. animal feed lots. fertilized farm fields. fuel storage tanks.

By ostinmannual
(158 views)

The Immune System

The Immune System

The Immune System. the Human Battle against the Microbe World Presented by Patricia A. Lafleur Harvard - HHMI Summer Outreach Program 2004. Our 1 st Line of Defense. The Integumentary System… Skin Mucous membranes Mucous provides a physical barrier preventing microbial access .

By jacob
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