Symbiosis, normal flora, parasitism, infectivity, invasiveness, pathogenic potential

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Department
Microbio, Immun, Pathology
Course
MIP 300
Professor
Erica Suchman
Semester
Spring

Description
13 FebruaryExam 2 startSymbiosisOrganisms that spend any portion of their life associated with an organism of another species3 types of relationshipsCommensal1 benefits the other is neither harmed nor benefitsEg bacteria on our skin gut etcMutualisticBoth benefitEg lichensFungi provides supportProtection from elementsAlgae or cyanobacterium provide organic material and O photosynthesis2Deep sea HS vents2Chemolithotroph autotrophic bacteria use for energy and e source to fix CO into organic material2Organic materials used by tube wormsTube worms provide protection and HS to bacteria2RuminantsCattle sheep goats etc eat large quantities of foodEnters rumen with large s of bacteriaDigest cellulose walls of grasses
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