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Bacteria. Fungi. 0 of 29. Which of these diseases is NOT caused by a virus? 0 of 29. Mumps. Chicken pox. Aids. Strep throat. Which of the following is NOT true about viruses? 0 of 29. They have a commensalistic symbiotic relationship. They ... Dead or weakened protists. Dead or weakened bacteria ...
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Taxonomy of Life. In the 1750’s, a scientist by the name of Carolus Linnaeus devised a naming system for organisms called binomial nomenclature.
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Title: Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi Author: wcpss Last modified by %REGOWNER% Created Date: 4/20/2009 6:41:31 PM Document presentation format
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Virus, Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi Chapters 19-21 ... Maintaining good health Clean water supplies Disease Pathogen Prevention Section 19-3 Common Diseases Caused by Bacteria Oncogenic viruses Retrovirus Adenoviruses Herpesviruses Poxviruses DNA RNA DNA DNA DNA Cancer Cancer, ...
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Protists. Vocabulary. Protists – eukaryotes, cannot be classified as animals, plants, or fungi (junk drawer) VERY DIVERSE. Protozoans – animal-like protists
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Title: Bacteria, Viruses, Protists, and Prions Author: UNC Last modified by: Brooke Sauer Created Date: 4/13/2007 1:19:10 AM Document presentation format
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Protists PROTISTS We have already learned about Bacteria and Viruses Now it’s time to study Protists MICROBES: Viruses Bacteria Protists ? PROTISTS Protists can be very different from each other.
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Fungi FUNGI We have already learned about Bacteria, Viruses, and Protists Now it’s time to study Fungi MICROBES: Viruses Bacteria Protists Fungi FUNGI The plural of fungus is fungi Fungi = EUKARYOTES Fungi have CELL WALLS Fungi = HETEROTROPHS Fungi use SPORES to reproduce They live in moist ...
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Virus Bacteria Protists Mold/Fungi What type of medicines work ... in multi-cellular organisms Contains DNA and RNA DNA mainly in nucleus Protist Characteristics Much larger than bacteria and viruses Animal-like though 1 makes its food by photosynthesis Made up of eukaryote cells—You ...
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Title: How do viruses, bacteria, and protists effect our lives in both positive and negative ways? Author: User Last modified by: User Created Date
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Virus Bacteria Protists Mold/Fungi What type of medicines work against ... in multi-cellular organisms Contains DNA and RNA DNA mainly in nucleus Protist Characteristics Much larger than bacteria and viruses Most Heterotrophs- need food source Made up of eukaryote cells—You can see nucleus ...
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Decomposers and Autotrophs Aquatic Decomposers: Viruses, Archaea, Bacteria, Protists, Fungi Autotrophs: Chemoautotrophs, Anoxygenic Phototrophs, Cyanobacteria, Eukaryotic “Algae”, Non-Vascular Plants, Vascular Plants
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Microorganisms . Bacteria. Fungi. Archaea. Protists. Viruses and prions are not considered micro organisms – also studied
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Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, & Fungi (Part 2) What is a Protist? Protists are organisms w/ very different characteristics. There are, however, some similarities among them: They are all eukaryotic.
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Final Exam Review Evolution & Classification Bacteria & Viruses Protists & Fungi Plants & Animals Human Body Systems Spring Semester 2008-2009 Types of Adaptations Structural Bird’s beak Thorns on a rose bush Spines on a sea urchin Physiological DDT in mosquitos (chemical resistance) Poisonous ...
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Bacteria Viruses Protists Fungi Worms Carcinogens Genes/Mutations Pathogens Pathogens are disease causing agents. Diseases caused by pathogens are generally called “infectious diseases.” Carcinogens or genetic disorders which cause disease are not pathogens.
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Examples: bacteria, viruses, protists and fungi (yeast) Virus. a small infectious agent that can reproduce only inside a living cell (host) Made of a nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) and a protein coat (capsid) Microorganisms organisms not visible without a microscope.
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Bacteria and Viruses ... monera Present: 6 kingdoms: eubacteria, archaebacteria, protista, animal, plant, fungi Prokaryotes Traditionally all prokaryotes were classified as Monerans Gr. 1. ... Protists, & Viruses Author: Freeman High School Last modified by: Freeman High School
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KINGDOMS (bacteria plants) & Viruses Fungi (Mycota) Fungi are important because Medically importance: are often used for genetic manipulation (GMOs) and produce insulin for humans, they can cause diseases like athletes foot and yeast infections and cure diseases (antibiotics like penicillin ...
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Algae – the plant-like protists Slime molds – the fungi-like protists Protozoans – the animal-like protists Algae- The plant like protists Key Characteristics: Autotrophs Use chloroplasts to make food. Examples include Euglenoids, ...
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Chapter 1 Microbiology is the study of microorganisms such as bacteria Archaea Viruses Fungi Protists Animals Bioremediation Bacteria degrade organic matter in sewage.
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Times Arial Comic Sans MS Calibri Blank PROTISTS AND FUNGI Similarities and Differences in the Protist Kingdom 3 categories of Protists: Animal-like Protists (Protozoans) ...
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Pathogenic bacteria attack plants, animals, protists, fungi and other bacteria. Scientists have genetically engineering plants to be resistant to disease causing bacteria. ... One group of viruses attacks only bacteria. Many of these look like spacecraft. Virus .
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Agents of Disease Agents of Disease Pathogens that can cause disease include: viruses bacteria protists worms fungi Agents of Disease Viruses Viruses are tiny particles that invade and replicate within living cells.
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Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, Fungi, and Worms. How are they spread? Physical Contact, Contaminated food and water, infected animals In the past, people thought diseases were the result of curses, evil spirits or night vapors!
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Taxonomy Bacteria & Viruses Protists & Fungi Plants & Animals Potpourri Final Jeopardy 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500
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Microbiology Study of microscopic (living ) things E.g. viruses, bacteria, algae, protists, fungi History of Microbiology 1590 – First compound light microscope Zacharias Janssen History 1676 –first observation of bacteria “animalcules” Anton Von Leeuwenhoek History 1796 ...
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Fungi – Protists kingdom(uni-multi) ... Helminth and protozoa are called parasites. Features of microorganisms. Bacteria, fungi, helminths and protozoa are cellular where as viruses are not. ... Most protozoa and some bacteria are motile while fungi and viruses are non-motile.
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... 4 major groups bacteria, fungi, protists, viruses Viruses are not made up of cells and are not considered organisms by many microbiologists. Bacteria, fungi and protists have a cellular structure, ...
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The 6 Kingdoms of Life (and Viruses) Remember… Prokaryotes don’t have a nucleus (bacteria) Eukaryotes do have a nucleus (protists, fungi, plants, animals)
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... Adhere to specific host cells Invade/colonize host tissues Inflict damage to tissues 5 agents of infectious disease Viruses Fungi Bacteria Protists worms 2 Categories of infectious disease Emerging infectious disease Re ... Viruses and Bacteria Author: School District of Grafton ...
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... protista, fungi, monera. Present: 6 kingdoms: eubacteria, archaebacteria, protista, animal, plant, fungi. Prokaryotes. Traditionally all prokaryotes. ... bacteria can reproduce very quickly. A small colony can double in 20 minutes. ... Protists, & Viruses
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... microscopic organisms Bacteria Fungi Viruses Protists Etc. * Bacteria=Prokaryotes Prokaryotes Eukaryotes No organelles except Lots of organelles ribosomes INCLUDING NUCLEUS NO NUCLEUS * Prokaryotic History Oldest organisms: ...
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... fungi growing from mature ... * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Viruses Virus characteristics _____ enclosed in a protein ... shapes How bacteria grow Binary fission _____ Food and medicine Harmful bacteria Diseases caused by bacteria Protists Protist ...
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Bonus (dress up) Disease Spreading Agents Viruses Bacteria Protists Fungi Not a living cell; can only reproduce in living cells (you) One-celled organism that damages body cells directly or by releasing toxins Enter through direct contact with contaminated food, ...
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Pseudopods, cont. Reproduce by binary fission like bacteria. Contractile vacuole - it collects extra H2O & expels it ... Viruses lack DNA B. Viruses lack a protein covering ... Times Arial Calibri Times New Roman Blank PROTISTS AND FUNGI Commonalities / Differences in the Protist ...
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... Important in fighting infected cells as well as Fungi and Protists T Cell ... damages living cells Virus Nucleic Acid in a Protein Coat Enter Living Cells and THEN reproduce Viral Infections Like Bacteria Viruses disrupt the body’s normal equilibrium * * * ...
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... eukaryotic; heterotrophic Fig. 26-21 Fungi EUKARYA Trypanosomes Green algae Land plants Red algae Forams Ciliates Dinoflagellates Diatoms ... 28.6, 28.11a, and 28.18 Figure 28.10 Figure 28.25 Lecture - Viruses, Bacteria, and Protists Lecture - Viruses, Bacteria, and Protists Lecture ...
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Viruses Viruses are nucleic acids ... Bacteria? Fungi Anatomy Hyphae basic structural unit of a fungus made up of branching filaments Mycelium tangled network ... animals, fungi, protists and other bacteria E. coli infection Salmonella infection Some bacterial diseases include: strep ...
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Game Board * * * * * * * * * * * Bacteria & Viruses Protists & Fungi Plants Animals Miscellaneous 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 Bacteria & Viruses 100 Is the following a bacterium or virus?
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Immune System Important system that helps fight off pathogens What is a Pathogen? Microorganism that causes infection or a disease: Bacteria Viruses Fungi Protists/Parasites
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Bacteria, Protists, Fungi, and Viruses Not all microorganism are pathogenic Infectious disease – Any disease caused by the presence of pathogens in the body. Where do diseases come from? The main source of human disease pathogens is the human body itself.
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... Animals, Plants, Fungi, Protists *We will explore each Kingdom in more detail throughout the remainder of the year ... Bacteria, and Viruses Classification Classification Classification Classification Classification Classification Domain Bacteria Domain Bacteria ...
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Fungi, Protists, and worms Produce ... Droplet transmission: less than 1 meter thru air Transmission-2 Vehicles Water: various viruses, bacteria, protozoa, mostly that cause diarrhea and enter water supply. Food: unpasteurized or contaminated food, either improperly grown, processed, or prepared.
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... fungi, plants, animals (all eukaryotes) Chapter 16: Prokaryotes & Viruses Archaea vs. Bacteria 1) Archaea—many are extremophiles can live in harsh ... Bacteria—prokaryotes 3) Eukarya—protists, fungi, plants, animals (all eukaryotes) Chapter 16: Prokaryotes & Viruses ...
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Fungi are eukaryotic organisms belonging to the Kingdom Fungi All are heterotrophic ... and marine environments Archaea Bacteria Eukarya Protists Animals Fungi Plants The Microbial World Microorganisms are the ... available to other primary producers Viruses Although they may ...
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... Pox Polio Chicken Pox Measles Warts Aids Rabies Fungi live in moist places Skin, hair follicles, nail beds, lung pH of skin, fatty acid content of skin cells, cell cycle time Treated with fungicides Protists cause African sleeping virus ... Bacteria, Viruses, and Pathogens Author:
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... animals, fungi, protists, bacteria, all are affected by viruses 8b. Which list is arranged from biggest to smallest? Eukaryotes ... Which type of living thing does not get viruses? Plants, animals, fungi, protists, bacteria, all are affected by viruses 8b. Which list is arranged from ...
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