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MICB 306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Dna Replication, Mutation Rate, Motility

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Microbiology
MICB 306
Francois Jean
MICB 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Start Codon, Membrane Transport Protein, Mhc Class I Polypeptide-Related Sequence B

Chapter 3 - Genomes, Genomics and Gene Expression 3.1 Some terms and definitions Proteins possessed by an organism in any given time is reflected by the phenotype Proteins can be grouped into functional c...

Microbiology
MICB 201
Dave Oliver
MICB 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Polymyxin, Lactam, Autolysin

Origin of ABs Archaea dont cause illnesses in humans information we have regarding antibiotics only applies to bacteria Deaths from infectious diseases has dramatically declined since 1900 b/c impro...

Microbiology
MICB 201
Dave Oliver
MICB 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Anaerobic Respiration, Planctomycetes, Anammox

10. The Autotrophic Way of Life Autotrophs use inorganic C (usually CO2) as Csource widely distributed in prokaryotic world, where most of bacterial + archaeal phyla have autotrophic members Diff organisms perform assimila...

Microbiology
MICB 201
Dave Oliver
MICB 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Membrane Transport Protein, Cyanophycin, Lithotroph

7. Nutrition 7.1-7.3. What are Nutrients? All organisms require nutrients (chemicals + light) 2 main classes (chemical) = organic + inorganic organic (CHX) = has C + at least one C...

Microbiology
MICB 201
Dave Oliver
MICB 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Anaerobic Respiration, Oxidative Phosphorylation, Heterotroph

9. The Heterotrophic Way of Life Heterotrophs use organic molecules (CHX) to satisfy all nutritional requiremenets: carbon, energy, and electrons Heterotrophs are ubiquitous in Nature: found in E...

Microbiology
MICB 201
Dave Oliver
MICB 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Oxidative Phosphorylation, Cell Membrane, Periplasm

8. From Cells to Planets: (Mostly a) Review of Concepts in Metabolism Metabolism = sum total of all enzyme-catalyzed (metabolic) reactions that occur in an organism = Catabolism + Anabolism Catab...

Microbiology
MICB 201
Dave Oliver
MICB 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Rumen, Cellulase, Digestive Enzyme
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Chapter 11: Bacteria (and Archaea) on the Farm (continued) 11.3 Meat and dairy production Cows and methane (Natural gas, CH ) 4 Cows release methane into the environment CH4is 25X more potent than CO a...

Microbiology
MICB 201
Wade Bingle
MICB 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Fritz Haber, Root Nodule, Rhizobium
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Chapter 11: Bacteria (and Archaea) on the Farm 11.1 N-fixation and green N fertilizer Industrial N-fixation and (ammonium) fertilizer Industrial nitrogen fixation uses 2 to produce N-fertilizer ...

Microbiology
MICB 201
Wade Bingle
MICB 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Cologne Cathedral, Light-Independent Reactions, Cysteine
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Chapter 10: The Autotrophic Way of Life (continued) 10.6 Biodeterioration and biotechnology Biodeterioration the destruction of the environment by microbes because of an initial disturbance by humans...

Microbiology
MICB 201
Wade Bingle
MICB 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Planctomycetes, Anaerobic Respiration, Cellular Respiration
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Chapter 10: The Autotrophic Way of Life 10.1 Definition and distribution Autotroph is an anabolic term: an organism that uses inorganic C (e.g. CO 2 as a C- source Autotrophy is widely distributed:...

Microbiology
MICB 201
Wade Bingle
MICB 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Mahoney Lake, Atp Synthase, Oxidative Phosphorylation
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Chapter 10: The Autotrophic Way of Life (continued) Cyanobacteria (Blue green bacteria) Thylakoids membrane sacs derived from, but not continuous with, the cytoplasmic membrane Thylakoid membrane: functional equ...

Microbiology
MICB 201
Wade Bingle

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