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ENH 222 Lecture Notes - Motility, Teichoic Acid, Neisseria


Department
Environmental Health
Course Code
ENH 222
Professor
Corrine Ong

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ENH 222 Bonus In-Class Assignment on Bacteria Puzzle
Worth 1%
Question: What bacteria am I? What organelles and features do I have?
Answers
1. I have been resting for years but can still spring back to live
because I have a
strong coat and am a gram-positive bacterium.
-Bacillus or Clostridium
DNA, cytoplasm, ribosomes, plasma membrane, cell wall
peptidoglycan (multi-layers), teichoic acids, and endospores
2. I can swarm and am a motile, gram-negative bacteria.
-E. coli
DNA, cytoplasm, ribosomes, plasma membrane, cell wall
peptidoglycan (thin layer), lipopolysaccharides, and flagella
3. I can spin around and am a motile non-gram staining spirochete
bacterium.
-Treponema pallidum
DNA, cytoplasm, ribosomes, plasma membrane, cell wall
peptidoglycan (thin layer), and axil filaments
4. I can stick on to cells and am an adherent gram-negative
bacterium.
-Neisseria gaonorrheae
DNA, cytoplasm, ribosomes, plasma membrane, cell wall
peptidoglycan (thin layer), lipopolysaccharides, and fimbriae
5. I can avoid being engulfed by the white blood cells and am a
gram-positive bacterium
-Streptococcus pneumonia
DNA, cytoplasm, ribosomes, plasma membrane, cell wall
peptidoglycan (multi-layers), lipopolysaccharides, teichoic acids,
and capsule
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