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Microbiology I: Bacteria

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MGY377 Lecture 23: Diagram: Multiple phages infecting will encour...

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MGY377 Lecture 22: Phages affect: This is a survey done in a riv...

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MGY377 Lecture 29: Type 3: Many proteins neeec chaperone protein...

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MGY377 Lecture 32: Inhibition: Penicillin stops peptidoglycan fr...

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MGY377 Lecture 30: Despite: Fenton chemistry is where iron can r...

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MGY377 Lecture 21: Temporal: At low cell density they arent comp...

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MGY377 Lecture 26: H-NS: It identifies the NDA, sees that its fore...

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MGY377 Lecture 17: Due to their: These animals rely on their own...

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MGY377 Lecture 12: Enzymes: Denepding on the endopeptidase, it...

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MGY377 Lecture 14: When lactose: When it binds lactose, it falls...

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MGY377 Lecture 16: Diagram: There has to be asymmetri cell divisi...

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MGY377 Lecture 15 Step one: They looked at the amino acids in con...

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MGY377 Lecture 19: The matrix: The bacteria secrete out enzymes t...

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