Class Notes for MIP 300 at Colorado State University (CSU)

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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Protozoa, Protist, Golgi Apparatus

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27 Jun 2014
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Start of class clicker points: 10 days (mostly fridays) if you get the answer correct you can get 1 point of xc, total = 10. If you do not miss more th
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Chemotroph, Primary Nutritional Groups, Thiobacillus

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27 Jun 2014
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Modify substances for use by others: c, n, s, fe, metals. Produce microbe inhibiting substances: limit survival of plants and animals. The carbon cycle
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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Lysogenic Cycle, Endonuclease, Prophage

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27 Jun 2014
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Cell produces phage dna, rna & proteins, cellular dna degraded (endonuclease snips dna, exonuclease cleaves nucleotides off fragments) Phage dna enters
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Human Microbiota, Rumen, Termite

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27 Jun 2014
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Organisms that spend any portion of their life associated with an organism of another species. 1 benefits, the other is neither harmed nor benefits. Al
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Dengue Fever, Spasticity, Escherichia Coli

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27 Jun 2014
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Proteins, made by gram + and gram . E. g. botulism inhibits stimulatory neurotransmitter release from nerves, no nerve impulses, flaccid paralysis. Tet
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Heterotroph, Covalent Bond, Light-Dependent Reactions

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26 Jun 2014
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Each species has a very specific set of inorganic e- donors and inorganic e- acceptors. Energy derived from oxidation of inorganic molecules is used to
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Pediococcus, Microbiological Culture, Gram Staining

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26 Jun 2014
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Maintain pure cultures that may be used for fermentations. Propagate yeast to keep fermentations consistent and clean of contamination. A single strain
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Bacterial Conjugation, Pilin, Plasmid

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26 Jun 2014
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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Bactericide, Ethylene Oxide, Therapeutic Index

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26 Jun 2014
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Sterilization no living cells, spores, or viruses. Disinfectant/disinfection killing, inhibiting, removing organisms that cause disease, from inanimate
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Soy Sauce, Gamma Globulin, Ergotism

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25 Jun 2014
26
Usually takes a few days to develop virus must initiate infection. Keep cold foods cold (<40 f, <4 c), hot foods hot (>140 f, 63 c). Leftovers should b
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Heterotroph, Citric Acid Cycle, Mannose

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25 Jun 2014
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Fatty acids undergo beta-oxidation (products: nadh, fadh, acetyl-coa) Degraded into acetyl-coa subunits which enter tca cycle. Nadh, fadh produced, go
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Plasmid, Bacteriocin, Deoxyribonuclease

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25 Jun 2014
25
Prokaryotes may pick up exogenous dna in 3 ways. No integration into host cell dna, independent replication, plasmids. Replicons: contain origins of re
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