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Microbiology Practical I

Microbiology Practical I

Microbiology Practical I. The following slides were contributed by your fellow BIO 251 students…. Use side “ ” key to view slides…. Lab 1: Eukaryotes and Microscopy. Know the parts of the microscope…. Lab 1: Eukaryotes and Microscopy. Paramecium caudatum. Lab 1: Eukaryotes and Microscopy.

By umeko
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Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis. Process which changed a planet. “Goals” of Photosynthesis. To trap sunlight (radiant energy) To produce glucose (photons converted to chemical energy) Accidental Event: Making Oxygen Gas!! (0 2 ). The full range of radiation is called the electro-magnetic spectrum.

By kristy
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Microbiology Practical I

Microbiology Practical I

Microbiology Practical I. The following slides were contributed by your fellow BIO 251 students…. Use side “ ” key to view slides…. Lab 1: Eukaryotes and Microscopy. Know the parts of the microscope…. Lab 1: Eukaryotes and Microscopy. Paramecium caudatum. Lab 1: Eukaryotes and Microscopy.

By salena
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5.4 Eutrophication

5.4 Eutrophication

5.4 Eutrophication . What words can you come up with that start with “eu”. Some examples of “eu” words are: eulogy euphonic euphoria euthanasia eureka euphemism eugenics eukaryote (versus prokaryote)

By dominic
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Yr 11 Earth and Environmental Science

Yr 11 Earth and Environmental Science

Yr 11 Earth and Environmental Science. Planet Earth and its Environment- FA4. DP1-Identify photosynthetic bacteria as the first organisms to release oxygen into the environment. Cyanobacteria , the first organisms capable of photosynthesis, appeared earlier than 3000 million years ago.

By qamar
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Precambrian Era

Precambrian Era

Precambrian Era. Simple life starts in the oceans. 4,600,000,000 years ago to 570,000,000 years ago 85% of Earth’s History. The Earth Forms. 4.6 BYA. A molten Earth forms. Surface cools, forming the crust Oldest rock found in Western Australia

By reya
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Kingdom identification

Kingdom identification

Kingdom identification. Amoeba. Yeast. Maple Tree. Green Algae. Cyanobacteria. Geranium. Sponge. Frog. Corn. Moss. E. coli. Bread mold. Hydra. Earthworm. Mushroom. Paramecium. Jellyfish. Pine tree.

By paxton
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Bacteria

Bacteria

Bacteria. Prokaryotes are single cell organisms that lack a nucleus. Their size range form 1-5 micrometers which is smaller than most eukaryotic cell. Epulopiscium fisheloni is a gigantic prokaryote measuring at 500 micrometers long.

By vadin
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Chapters 15, 16, and 17

Chapters 15, 16, and 17

Chapters 15, 16, and 17. Evolution. The Theory of Evolution. Theory – well-tested explanation that unifies a broad range of observations Evolution – change in a kind of organism over time; process by which modern organisms have descended from ancient organisms Can theories change over time?

By jela
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Origins and Structure: Earth and It’s Oceans

Origins and Structure: Earth and It’s Oceans

Origins and Structure: Earth and It’s Oceans . Unit 1: Chapter 2 in Garrison 6 th Edition. Humankind appears. A Timeline of Earth’s History. Fig. 1.12, p. 12. The Milky Way is not just a candy bar….

By mateo
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TOOLS OF MICROBIOLOGY-1 (MICROSCOPY) SAMUEL AGUAZIM (MD)

TOOLS OF MICROBIOLOGY-1 (MICROSCOPY) SAMUEL AGUAZIM (MD)

TOOLS OF MICROBIOLOGY-1 (MICROSCOPY) SAMUEL AGUAZIM (MD). HISTORY. Many people experimented with making microscopes Was the microscope originally made by accident? (Most people were creating telescopes) The first microscope was 6 feet long!!!

By corbin
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Chloroplasts

Chloroplasts

Chloroplasts. Katiusca Gonzalez. What is Chloroplast? . Chloroplast- are organelles special units in a plant and algal cells They conduct photosynthesis in plants , the photosynthetic pigment chlorophyll that captures the energy from sunlight

By ailsa
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Remote Sensing of Global Warming-Affected Inland Water Quality

Remote Sensing of Global Warming-Affected Inland Water Quality

Remote Sensing of Global Warming-Affected Inland Water Quality. Lin Li (PI) Meghna Babbar - Sebens (Co-I) Kaishan Song ( Postdoc ) Lenore Tedesco (Collaborator) Graduate Students: Slawamira Bruder , Shuai Li, Shuangshuang Xie Tingting Zhang Department of Earth Sciences

By karim
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Comparing Archaea and Bacteria

Comparing Archaea and Bacteria

Comparing Archaea and Bacteria. Recall. Archaea and Bacteria more different than an apple tree and a blue whale!. Scientists then assigned the rank of Domain to highlight these differences. Tree of Life - Domains. Archaea. Three m ajor types of a rchaea Methanogens Halophiles

By frey
(340 views)

Putting it Altogether

Putting it Altogether

Putting it Altogether.

By urian
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GEBA A genomic encyclopedia of bacteria and archaea

GEBA A genomic encyclopedia of bacteria and archaea

TM6. Proteobacteria. Nitrospira. OS-K. Termite Group. OP8. Chlorobi. Marine GroupA. WS3. Synergistes. Firmicutes. Deferribacteres. Chrysiogenetes. Fusobacteria. OP9. Actinobacteria. Cyanobacteria. NKB19. Coprothmermobacter. OP3. Thermomicrobia. Chlamydia. Spriochaetes.

By sal
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Course Project Engineering electricity production by living organisms

Course Project Engineering electricity production by living organisms

Course Project Engineering electricity production by living organisms http://biophotovoltaics.wordpress.com/. General principle: Bacteria transfer e - from food to anode via direct contact, nanowires or a mediator. H + diffuse to cathode to join e- forming H 2 O.

By ivo
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Prokaryotes and Viruses

Prokaryotes and Viruses

Prokaryotes and Viruses. West Nile Virus. West Nile Virus. One of several mosquito-borne viruses in the United States that can infect people The virus exists in nature primarily through a transmission cycle involving mosquitoes and birds.

By karsen
(128 views)

Welcome to Introduction to Bioinformatics Friday, 12 September

Welcome to Introduction to Bioinformatics Friday, 12 September

Welcome to Introduction to Bioinformatics Friday, 12 September. Introduction to Scenario 2 Finding biologically important sites in DNA How to avoid being fooled by imposters?. Scenario 1: Genomic comparisons Problem Sets 1M and 1P. Scenario 2. Finding biologically important sites in DNA.

By bryga
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Increases in Cyanobacteria during Summer in Mesohaline

Increases in Cyanobacteria during Summer in Mesohaline

Increases in Cyanobacteria during Summer in Mesohaline Chesapeake Bay, 1985-2006 Ann Marie Hartsig, R.V. Lacouture, A.L. Imirie 1 1 Morgan State University Estuarine Research Center, St. Leonard, MD USA. Results. Abstract

By heller
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