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Introductory Environmental Microbiology

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MICB 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Chemotroph, Macromolecule, Protozoa

MICB 201 Chapter 8 REVIEW OF CONCEPTS IN METABOLISM 8.1 Overview: Anabolism & Catabolism Metabolism- All enzyme-catalyzed reactions in an organism ...

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MICB 201
Wade Bingle
MICB 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Magnetotaxis, Environmental Law, Correlation Does Not Imply Causation

MICB 201 Chapter 5 SENSINGRESPONDING TO ENVIRONMENT Introduction Prokaryotes senserespond to environment o Mechanisms used are proteinbased 2 basic responses as a result from sensing the environment o Change in behaviour u...

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MICB 201
Wade Bingle
MICB 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Nitrogen Fixation, Photophosphorylation, Heterocyst
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Bacteria (and Archaea) on the Farm Lecture 21 (Nov 28) Nitrogen fertilizers are used more environmentally-damaging - Lots of electrons required (for reduction) - Comes from burning fossil fuels Nitrogen ...

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Wade Bingle
MICB 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Nitrification, Denitrification, Nitrite
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Bacteria (and Archaea) on the Farm Lecture 22 (Nov 30) Nitrification - Loss of fertilizer by bacteria - 2 Types: Nitrification & Denitrification Nitrification: + - Ox...

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Wade Bingle
MICB 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Nitrogen Assimilation, Glutamine, Light-Independent Reactions
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The Autotrophic Way of Life Lecture 20 (Nov 23) Phototrophs - Primary producers in ecosystems - As long as you got light, doesnt matter if aerobic or anaerobic Example: Cyanobacteria - Uses electro...

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MICB 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Purple Bacteria, Photosystem I, Atp Synthase
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The Autotrophic Way of Life Lecture 19 (Nov 16) Chlorophyll-based Phototrophic Bacteria - Not found in the Archaea - Purple bacteria is named for a particular member of the group (not all bacteria is nece...

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Wade Bingle
MICB 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Light-Independent Reactions, Anammox, Redox
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The Autotrophic Way of Life Lecture 18 (Nov 14) Organisms that use CO as 2arbon face a big problem - The dichotomy of their food and what they are made of For autotrophs, they are made of organic molecules but c...

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MICB 201
Wade Bingle
MICB 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Oxidative Phosphorylation, Electrochemical Gradient, Heterotroph
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The Heterotrophic Way of Life Lecture 16 (Nov 7) Heterotrophs - Use carbon (from organic molecules), energy, and electrons as a source of energy A common example of organic source: glucose - A lot of pr...

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Wade Bingle
MICB 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Heterotroph, Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide
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The Heterotrophic Way of Life Lecture 17 (Nov 9) Electrons come from an organic energy source before entering the ETC - Organic source usually glucose - Electrons are carried usually by NAD - End ...

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MICB 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Redox, Electron Donor, Photosystem
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Nutrition Lecture 15 (Nov 2) Using nutrients to extract energy and electrons - Use these in (combination with other nutrients) to produce other things - Metabolism will produce waste products as a result ...

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MICB 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Exponential Growth, Doubling Time, Sea Salt
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Growth & Environment Lecture 12 (Oct 24) Prokaryotes can grow under environmental conditions that were once thought to be inhospitable for life. We can measure how the environment affects prokaryotic growth through th...

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Wade Bingle
MICB 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Autoclave, Thermophile, Catalase
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Growth & Environment Lecture 13 (Oct 26) Organisms are dependent on their environment - Some have adapted to extreme environmental conditions - Taking organisms out of their environment will lead to deat...

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MICB 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Bunsen Burner, Ultraviolet, Marshall Mcluhan
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Growth & Environment Lecture 14 (Oct 31) Wire loop - First heat it with a bunsen burner (burns off environmental archaea and bacteria) - Dip into cool media - Tubes with nutrient media - Co...

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MICB 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Correlation Does Not Imply Causation, Chemotaxis, Mutation
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Sensing and Responding to the Environment Lecture 11 (Oct 19) Prokaryotes can sense and respond to the environment based on proteins Two types: 1. Via existing proteins 2. By making new proteins (involves tran...

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MICB 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Horizontal Gene Transfer, Multiple Drug Resistance, Lipid Bilayer
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Antibiotics and Antibiotic Resistance in Bacteria Lecture 8 (Oct 5) Polarity, charge and size determines if chemicals can pass through membranes. Note: Although antibiotics have significant polar content/are charged, t...

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