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Title: Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi Author: wcpss Last modified by %REGOWNER% Created Date: 4/20/2009 6:41:31 PM Document presentation format
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Bacteria. Fungi. 0 of 29. Which of these diseases is NOT caused by a virus? 0 of 29. Mumps. Chicken pox. Aids. Strep throat. Which of the following is NOT true about viruses? 0 of 29. They have a commensalistic symbiotic relationship. They ... Dead or weakened protists. Dead or weakened bacteria ...
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Eukarya Kingdoms. There are currently four kingdoms in the Eukarya Domain: Protist Kingdom. A group of eukaryotic organisms that can either be unicellular or multicellular.
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Virus, Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi Chapters 19-21 ... Maintaining good health Clean water supplies Disease Pathogen Prevention Section 19-3 Common Diseases Caused by Bacteria Oncogenic viruses Retrovirus Adenoviruses Herpesviruses Poxviruses DNA RNA DNA DNA DNA Cancer Cancer, ...
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Virus Multiplication. 1) attach to cell (lock and key) 2) enters cell. 3) virus’s genetic material takes over functions. 4) instructs cell to produce virus’s proteins and genetic material
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Protists PROTISTS We have already learned about Bacteria and Viruses Now it’s time to study Protists MICROBES: Viruses Bacteria Protists ? PROTISTS Protists can be very different from each other.
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I. Is a virus a living thing? A. Viruses, although not technically living due to the lack of cellular structure, are classified as microorganisms.
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Bacteria, Viruses, Prions, and Protists Protists Protists are defined by what they are not. Protists are eukaryotes that are not animals, plants, or fungi.
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Virus Bacteria Protists Mold/Fungi What type ... in multi-cellular organisms Contains DNA and RNA DNA mainly in nucleus Protist Characteristics Much larger than bacteria and viruses Animal-like though 1 makes ... (Bacteria Cell) Eukaryote Cells: Protists and Fungi Protist Characteristics ...
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How do viruses, bacteria, and protists effect our lives in both positive and negative ways? By kailey nelson ... Protists, along with bacteria and fungi, are responsible for decomposing and recycling nutrients.. Negative Many are parasitic. Some examples are: ...
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Fungi FUNGI We have already learned about Bacteria, Viruses, and Protists Now it’s time to study Fungi MICROBES: Viruses Bacteria Protists Fungi FUNGI The plural of fungus is fungi Fungi = EUKARYOTES Fungi have CELL WALLS Fungi = HETEROTROPHS Fungi use SPORES to reproduce They live in moist ...
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Protists are eukaryotes that are not animals, plants, or fungi. They were ... Bacteria, Viruses, Protists, and Prions ... in Bacteria Conjugation Conjugation Transformation Transduction Benefits of Bacteria What are some dangers of bacteria? Dangers of Bacteria Viruses Viruses ...
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Virus Bacteria Protists Mold/Fungi What type of ... in multi-cellular organisms Contains DNA and RNA DNA mainly in nucleus Protist Characteristics Much larger than bacteria and viruses Most Heterotrophs- need food ... Protists and Fungi Protist Characteristics Protist Pathogens ...
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Decomposers and Autotrophs Aquatic Decomposers: Viruses, Archaea, Bacteria, Protists, Fungi Autotrophs: Chemoautotrophs, Anoxygenic Phototrophs, Cyanobacteria, Eukaryotic “Algae”, Non-Vascular Plants, Vascular Plants
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Bacteria and Viruses ... monera Present: 6 kingdoms: eubacteria, archaebacteria, protista, animal, plant, fungi Prokaryotes Traditionally all prokaryotes were classified as Monerans Gr. 1. ... Monerans, Protists, & Viruses Author: Freeman High School Last modified by: Freeman High School
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MICROBES !!! Bacteria and Viruses Bacteria: Classification and Structure What are the 6 Kingdoms? Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protists Fungi Plants Animals Classification of Bacteria Archaebacteria: extremists Eubacteria: Heterotrophs Photosynthetic autotrophs Chemosynthetic autotrophs ...
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Monera PROTISTA Fungi Plantae Animalia What is a Protist? ... Algae – the plant-like protists Slime molds – the fungi-like protists Protozoans – the animal-like protists Algae- The plant like protists Key Characteristics: Autotrophs Use chloroplasts to make food.
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Protists Bacteria Viruses ... or fungi kingdoms. Why? Uni or Multi? That is the question….. Most protists are ... For example, Typanosoma causes African sleeping sickness. Malaria is also cause by a parasitic protist. Protists are found almost anywhere there is water. This includes ...
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Examples: bacteria, viruses, protists and fungi (yeast) Virus. a small infectious agent that can reproduce only inside a living cell (host) Made of a nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) and a protein coat (capsid) Microorganisms organisms not visible without a microscope.
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Microorganisms . Bacteria. Fungi. Archaea. Protists. Viruses and prions are not considered micro organisms – also studied
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Basic features of Microbes 4 major groups bacteria, fungi, protists, viruses Viruses are not made up of cells and are not considered organisms by many microbiologists. Bacteria, ... Bacteria, fungi and protists Have a cellular structure, ...
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Bacteria and Viruses. Chp 10. P. Lobosco. Bacteria and Archaea. ... Pathogenic bacteria attack plants, animals, protists, fungi and other bacteria. Scientists have genetically engineering plants to be resistant to disease causing bacteria. Viruses.
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... Sulfur C - Carbon Microbes produce food fuel air 4 major categories bacteria fungi protists viruses Pathogens disease causing ... (microorganisms) Bacteria, fungi and protists Protists Fungi Fungi Fungi Yeasts Molds Fungi Viruses Viruses Viruses Viruses What does it take to keep a ...
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Chapter 1 Microbiology is the study of microorganisms such as bacteria Archaea Viruses Fungi Protists Animals Bioremediation Bacteria degrade organic matter in sewage.
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KINGDOMS (bacteria plants) & Viruses Fungi (Mycota) Fungi are important because Medically importance: are often used for genetic manipulation (GMOs) and produce insulin for humans, they can cause diseases like athletes foot and yeast infections and cure diseases (antibiotics like penicillin ...
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Microbiology Study of microscopic (living ) things E.g. viruses, bacteria, algae, protists, fungi History of Microbiology 1590 – First compound light microscope Zacharias Janssen History 1676 –first observation of bacteria “animalcules” Anton Von Leeuwenhoek History 1796 ...
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Agents of Disease Agents of Disease Pathogens that can cause disease include: viruses bacteria protists worms fungi Agents of Disease Viruses Viruses are tiny particles that invade and replicate within living cells.
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... (protists, fungi, helminthes) Viruses and Prions Global Microbiology Applied Microbiology Water Quality Microbiology ... (bacteria) Eukaryotes (protists, fungi, ... Viruses and Prions Global Microbiology Applied Microbiology Water Quality Microbiology Conservation and Environmental ...
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BACTERIA & VIRUSES MICROBIOLOGY Is the ... own nutrients or ingest nutrients from the environment All living things respond to stimuli such as light and touch Viruses, bacteria, fungi, ... An infectious disease is one that can be passed from one DISEASES CAUSES BY PROTISTS the protists that ...
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PROTISTS AND FUNGI * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Similarities and Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings.
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Fungi – Protists kingdom(uni-multi) Protozoa – Protists kingdom. ... Most protozoa and some bacteria are motile while fungi and viruses are non-motile. Protozoa possess three different organs for locomotion i.e. flagella, cillia and pseudopodia.
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... Adhere to specific host cells Invade/colonize host tissues Inflict damage to tissues 5 agents of infectious disease Viruses Fungi Bacteria Protists worms 2 Categories of infectious disease Emerging infectious disease Re ... Viruses and Bacteria Author: School District of Grafton ...
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Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi Phone A Friend “OK Contestant…Please select a friend to help you with this one.
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... prokaryotic Kingdom Protista: single celled or colonies; eukaryotic Kingdom Fungi: single celled or colonies ... 28.11a, and 28.18 Figure 28.10 Figure 28.25 Lecture - Viruses, Bacteria, and Protists Lecture - Viruses, Bacteria, and Protists Lecture - Viruses, Bacteria, and ...
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Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, Fungi, and Worms. How are they spread? Physical Contact, Contaminated food and water, ... We learned earlier there are antibiotics (bacteria) and vaccines (viruses) available. However, our body has its own set of defenses, ...
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Immune System Important system that helps fight off pathogens What is a Pathogen? Microorganism that causes infection or a disease: Bacteria Viruses Fungi Protists/Parasites
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... Droplet transmission: less than 1 meter thru air Transmission-2 Vehicles Water: various viruses, bacteria, protozoa, mostly that cause diarrhea and enter water supply. Food: unpasteurized or contaminated food, either improperly grown, processed, ... Fungi, Protists, ...
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This includes viruses, fungi, algae, ... spelling is important and so is pronunciation What do bacteria look like? Bacteria are VERY small The microscope is an ... Eukaryotes Protists Fungi Plants Animals History of Microbiology As a science microbiology is just a few hundred years old ...
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... Animals, Plants, Fungi, Protists *We will explore each Kingdom in more detail throughout the remainder of the year ... Bacteria, and Viruses Classification Classification Classification Classification Classification Classification Domain Bacteria Domain Bacteria ...
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Viruses and Asexual Reproduction This is not mitosis or meiosis!! ... Protists, bacteria, and fungi can reproduce this way Binary Fission One cell splits into 2 separate cells First the parent cell copies DNA Second the cell splits in half.
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Bacteria, Protists, Fungi, and Viruses Not all microorganism are pathogenic Infectious disease ... are often used to kill or inhibit the growth and reproduction of bacteria Produced naturally by various species of bacteria and fungi. Do not affect viruses.
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Plants, animals, fungi, protists, bacteria, all are affected by viruses 8b. Which list is arranged from biggest to smallest? Eukaryotes ... Which type of living thing does not get viruses? Plants, animals, fungi, protists, bacteria, all are affected by viruses 8b. Which list is arranged from ...
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Viruses Viruses are nucleic acids ... They can cause diseases of plants, animals, fungi, protists and other bacteria E. coli infection Salmonella infection Some bacterial diseases include: strep throat, scarlet fever, toxic shock syndrome, pneumonia, ear infections, ...
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Types of Pathogens Infectious diseases may be caused by bacteria, viruses, eukaryotes, and other ... Bacteria Most bacteria are noninfectious Some are opportunistic pathogens: cause illness in weak and sick individuals. Others are ... many others Protists & Fungi Eukaryotes can be pathogenic ...
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