Eubacteria cytoplasmic structures, organic inclusion bodies, inorganic inclusion bodies, plasmids, procaryotic endospores

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Colorado State University
Microbio, Immun, Pathology
MIP 300
Erica Suchman

30 JanuaryEubacteria cytoplasmic structuresCytoplasmic matrix contained by plasma membrane70 water 30 enzymes salt lipids nucleic acids etcUnlike eukaryotes no lipid bilayer bound organellesMay contain storage vesicles inclusion bodiesNot bound by lipid bilayer membranes bound by membranes of protein simple lipid or no membraneTypes of inclusions can be used to help characterize bacteriaOrganic Inclusion BodiesGlycogen granules glucose energy sourceCyanophycin granules long chains of amino acidsArginine and aspartic acidNitrogen storageCarboxysomes enzymes involved in CO fixation COsugar22Gas vacuole small proteinsTrap gas allow bacteria to floatCollapse to sinkBuild new ones to floatInorganic Inclusion BodiesMetachromatic granules store phosphate used to promote nucleic acids and ATPMagnetasomes contain iron align bacteria in Earths magnetic fieldMore food closer to surface
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