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15 terms
Bacteria
prokaryotic
unicellular
autotroph
heterotroph
unicellular organism that doesn't have a nucleus or membrane…
Made of a single cell
An organism that makes its own food
An organism that cannot make its own food and gets food by co…
prokaryotic
unicellular organism that doesn't have a nucleus or membrane…
unicellular
Made of a single cell
15 terms
BACTERIA
Antibiotic
Bacteria
Pathogen
Vaccine
Medicine that kills bad bacteria
Single celled organisms that are procaryotic
Any disease-producing agent (especially a virus or bacterium…
A chemical that prepared that is is given before infection oc…
Antibiotic
Medicine that kills bad bacteria
Bacteria
Single celled organisms that are procaryotic
14 terms
Bacteria
Archaebacteria
Eubacteria
aerobe
anaerobe
bacteria that live under extreme conditions such as: high tem…
known as "true bacteria", this is the most common type of bac…
an organism that uses oxygen for respiration
any organism that is able to live without oxygen
Archaebacteria
bacteria that live under extreme conditions such as: high tem…
Eubacteria
known as "true bacteria", this is the most common type of bac…
12 terms
Bacteria
conjugation
binary fission
flagellum
vaccine
The type of reproduction where one bacterium gives some DNA t…
The type of reproduction where the cell copies the DNA and sp…
The hair-like part that some bacteria use to move
An immunity booster that prevents someone from getting sick
conjugation
The type of reproduction where one bacterium gives some DNA t…
binary fission
The type of reproduction where the cell copies the DNA and sp…
23 terms
Bacteria
bacterium
bacilli
diplococci
streptococci
tiny, primitive cell without a nucleus which secret toxic sub…
rod-shaped bacterium
pairs of single round bacteria
strings of bacteria
bacterium
tiny, primitive cell without a nucleus which secret toxic sub…
bacilli
rod-shaped bacterium
Bacteria
conjugation
binary fission
flagellum
vaccine
The type of reproduction where one bacterium gives some DNA t…
The type of reproduction where the bacterial cell copies the…
The whip-like part that some bacteria use to move
An immunity booster that prevents someone from getting sick
conjugation
The type of reproduction where one bacterium gives some DNA t…
binary fission
The type of reproduction where the bacterial cell copies the…
19 terms
Bacteria
Archaebacteria
Eubacteria
aerobe
anaerobe
bacteria that live under extreme conditions such as: high tem…
known as "true bacteria", this is the most common type of bac…
an organism that uses oxygen for respiration
any organism that is able to live without oxygen
Archaebacteria
bacteria that live under extreme conditions such as: high tem…
Eubacteria
known as "true bacteria", this is the most common type of bac…
12 terms
Bacteria
Bacteria
Binary Fission
Bacteria Shapes
Archaea
The simplest form of life on earth. Single celled, no nucleus.
The way that bacteria reproduces. One cell splits into 2 iden…
Round, Rod, Spiral
Single celled organisms, similar to bacteria, but more comple…
Bacteria
The simplest form of life on earth. Single celled, no nucleus.
Binary Fission
The way that bacteria reproduces. One cell splits into 2 iden…
Bacteria
conjugation
binary fission
flagellum
vaccine
The type of reproduction where one bacterium gives some DNA t…
The type of reproduction where the bacterial cell copies the…
The hair-like part that some bacteria use to move
An immunity booster that prevents someone from getting sick
conjugation
The type of reproduction where one bacterium gives some DNA t…
binary fission
The type of reproduction where the bacterial cell copies the…
12 terms
Bacteria
Antibiotic
Bacteria
Pathogen
Vaccine
Medicine that kills bad bacteria
Single celled organisms that are prokaryotic
Any disease-producing agent (especially a virus or bacterium…
A chemical that prepared that is is given before infection oc…
Antibiotic
Medicine that kills bad bacteria
Bacteria
Single celled organisms that are prokaryotic
12 terms
Bacteria
Prokaryote
Bacteria Cell Shapes
Flagellum
Archaebacteria
An organism that does not have a nucleus.
They can be spherical, rodlike, or spiral shaped.
A long whiplike structure that extends from the cell membrane…
Live in extreme environments and are considered the most simp…
Prokaryote
An organism that does not have a nucleus.
Bacteria Cell Shapes
They can be spherical, rodlike, or spiral shaped.
35 terms
Bacteria
prokaryotic cell
eukaryotic cell
binary fission
Archaebacteria
A type of cell lacking a membrane-enclosed nucleus and other…
A type of cell with a membrane-enclosed nucleus and membrane-…
A method of asexual reproduction in bacteria in which the cel…
microorganisms that are similar to bacteria in size and simpl…
prokaryotic cell
A type of cell lacking a membrane-enclosed nucleus and other…
eukaryotic cell
A type of cell with a membrane-enclosed nucleus and membrane-…
23 terms
Bacteria
bacterium
bacilli
diplococci
streptococci
tiny, primitive cell without a nucleus which secret toxic sub…
rod-shaped bacterium
pairs of single round bacteria
strings of bacteria
bacterium
tiny, primitive cell without a nucleus which secret toxic sub…
bacilli
rod-shaped bacterium
10 terms
Bacteria
bacteria
binary fission
pathogen
antibody
living cells found in most places
asexual reproduction
disease causing organism
neutralizes microbes
bacteria
living cells found in most places
binary fission
asexual reproduction
11 terms
Bacteria
Serratia marcescens
Micrococcus luteus
Escherichia coli... E.coli
Bacterial strains are identified by th…
Ubiquitous in environment... Dirt... Damp locations in bathroom…
Found in soil, water, dust, and air... Normally on mammalian ski…
Normally present in intestines of humans and other mammals... Do…
O - on lipopolysaccharides (LPS), which is part of the outer…
Serratia marcescens
Ubiquitous in environment... Dirt... Damp locations in bathroom…
Micrococcus luteus
Found in soil, water, dust, and air... Normally on mammalian ski…
Bacteria
Flagella
Capsule
Cell Wall
Cell Membrane
Identify Structure A; help bacterium move
Identify Structure B; help evade immune system and adhere to…
Identify Structure C; rigid
Identify Structure D; semi-permeable
Flagella
Identify Structure A; help bacterium move
Capsule
Identify Structure B; help evade immune system and adhere to…
bacteria
bacteria
bacteria are classified into: ______ &…
each of these domains are ______
archaebacteria
- are microscopic prokaryotes... - are the most numerous organis…
1. domain archaea... 2. domain (eu)bacteria
its own kingdom
found in harsh... environments:... ((undersea volcanic vents, acidi…
bacteria
- are microscopic prokaryotes... - are the most numerous organis…
bacteria are classified into: ______ &…
1. domain archaea... 2. domain (eu)bacteria
Bacteria
Pathogen
Bacteria
Protist
Vaccine
Anything that can cause disease.
single celled organism that reproduce quickly on their own ;m…
single celled organism ,some of which that can be harmful.
A medicine that prevent viral illnesses by exposing people to…
Pathogen
Anything that can cause disease.
Bacteria
single celled organism that reproduce quickly on their own ;m…
27 terms
Bacteria
Flagella
Pilli
Cytoplasm
Ribosomes
Identify Structure A; help bacterium move
Identify Structure E; allow bacteria to stick to surfaces
Identify Structure F; jelly-like
Identify Structure G; site of protein synthesis
Flagella
Identify Structure A; help bacterium move
Pilli
Identify Structure E; allow bacteria to stick to surfaces
Bacteria
Saprotrophic
Parasitic
Photosynthetic or chemosynthetic
Cell Wall
Bacteria that sends out digestive enzymes into the environmen…
Bacteria that cause diseases, such as strep throat or gangrene.
Make organic molecules utilizing inorganic molecules. ... cyano…
protect bacterial cells (plant)... contain peptidoglycan.
Saprotrophic
Bacteria that sends out digestive enzymes into the environmen…
Parasitic
Bacteria that cause diseases, such as strep throat or gangrene.
12 terms
Bacteria
Antibiotic
Bacteria
Pathogen
Vaccine
Medicine that kills bad bacteria
Single celled organisms that are prokaryotic
Any disease-producing agent (especially a virus or bacterium…
A chemical that prepared that is is given before infection oc…
Antibiotic
Medicine that kills bad bacteria
Bacteria
Single celled organisms that are prokaryotic
73 terms
Bacteria
First characteristic of Bacteria
Second characteristic of Bacteria
Third characteristic of bacteria
Fourth characteristic of bacteria
Single-celled
Reproduce asexually by binary fission
Prokaryotic
Contain DNA made of a single chromosome
First characteristic of Bacteria
Single-celled
Second characteristic of Bacteria
Reproduce asexually by binary fission
Bacteria
Prokaryote
Binary fission
Aerobic enviroment
Bioremediation
a cell with simple cell structure (no nucleus)
asexual reproduction used by bacteria
an environment with oxygen
when bacteria is used to fight pollution
Prokaryote
a cell with simple cell structure (no nucleus)
Binary fission
asexual reproduction used by bacteria
191 terms
Bacteria
pyogenes
pyogenes
pyogenes
pyrogenic toxin
Streptolysin o
Streptococcal TSS
Scarlet fever
Scarlet fever exotoxin
pyogenes
Streptolysin o
pyogenes
Streptococcal TSS
19 terms
Bacteria
monera kingdom
flagellum
coccus
spirillium
contains all bacteria
whip like tail
spherical shaped bacteria
spiral shaped bacteria
monera kingdom
contains all bacteria
flagellum
whip like tail
20 terms
Bacteria
Neisseria meningitidis
Neisseria gonorrhoeae
Haemophilus influenzae... &... Bordetella pe…
Camplylobacter jejuni
Gram negative... Diplococci... Maltose fermenter... Throat
Gram negative... Diplococci... Maltose NONfermenter... Throat
Gram negative... "Coccoid" rods... Haemophilus - throat
Gram negative ... Comma shaped/vibrio... Oxidase positive... Grows in…
Neisseria meningitidis
Gram negative... Diplococci... Maltose fermenter... Throat
Neisseria gonorrhoeae
Gram negative... Diplococci... Maltose NONfermenter... Throat
100 terms
Bacteria
everywhere
one
prokaryotic
nucleus
Bacteria are found almost ________.
All bacteria are ________-celled organisms.
Bacteria cells are ________ because they do not have their ge…
Bacteria are prokaryotic because they do not have their genet…
everywhere
Bacteria are found almost ________.
one
All bacteria are ________-celled organisms.
20 terms
Bacteria
Food Poisoning
Toxins
Antibioitic
Autotroph
an illness caused by eating food caused by a bacterial infect…
harmful chemicals that are produced by bacteria
a medicine designed to inhibit (slow) bacteria growth
Living things that are able to use convert light energy into…
Food Poisoning
an illness caused by eating food caused by a bacterial infect…
Toxins
harmful chemicals that are produced by bacteria
Bacteria
Vaccine
Bioremediation
Flagella
Aerobe
A solution made from dead viruses that is used to prevent vir…
Process that uses bacteria to break down wastes and pollutants
Whip-like structure that helps bacteria to move
An organism that uses oxygen for respiration
Vaccine
A solution made from dead viruses that is used to prevent vir…
Bioremediation
Process that uses bacteria to break down wastes and pollutants
Bacteria
bacteria
prokaryotes
bacilli
cocci
prokaryotes, unicellular, have a cell wall
have no cell nucleus, nor a cell membrane
rod shaped bacteria
sphere shaped bacteria
bacteria
prokaryotes, unicellular, have a cell wall
prokaryotes
have no cell nucleus, nor a cell membrane
13 terms
Bacteria
microorganism
kingdom
binary fission
virus
Also called microbe, is a small living organism that is not v…
A large group of living things that all have something in com…
A form of reproduction where a single-celled organism makes a…
A nonliving, disease-causing particle made of protein and gen…
microorganism
Also called microbe, is a small living organism that is not v…
kingdom
A large group of living things that all have something in com…
15 terms
Bacteria
Bacteria
Prokaryote
Flagellum
Cocci
"A single-celled, microscopic prokaryotic organism"
A single‐celled organism that lacks a membrane‐bound nucleus…
A long, whiplike structure that helps a cell to move
Round shaped bacteria
Bacteria
"A single-celled, microscopic prokaryotic organism"
Prokaryote
A single‐celled organism that lacks a membrane‐bound nucleus…
9 terms
Bacteria
Bacteria
Bacteria shapes
Structures of Bacteria
Archaebacteria
PROKARYOTES--small, simple, they have DNA, no membrane bound…
Spirillum (spiral)... Bacillus (rod)... Coccus (Circle)
Cell membrane, cell wall, cytoplasm, DNA, Ribosomes, some hav…
Live in extreme environments--hot springs, ocean vents, Great…
Bacteria
PROKARYOTES--small, simple, they have DNA, no membrane bound…
Bacteria shapes
Spirillum (spiral)... Bacillus (rod)... Coccus (Circle)
Bacteria
monera kingdom
flagellum
coccus
spirillium
contains all bacteria
whip like tail
spherical shaped bacteria
spiral shaped bacteria
monera kingdom
contains all bacteria
flagellum
whip like tail
13 terms
Bacteria
normal flora
opportunistic pathogen
nosocomial infection
selective medium
refers to microbes that live in and on certain areas of the h…
cause disease when the host's defenses are compromised or whe…
an infection acquired during hospitalization
inhibits the growth of undesired organisms
normal flora
refers to microbes that live in and on certain areas of the h…
opportunistic pathogen
cause disease when the host's defenses are compromised or whe…
Bacteria
capsule
cell wall
cell membrane
Pilus
a sticky protein cover found in some bacteria
a protective coating of all bacteria
controls what goes in and out of the cell
a protein tube that attaches to other bacteria (letter A in t…
capsule
a sticky protein cover found in some bacteria
cell wall
a protective coating of all bacteria
62 terms
Bacteria
prokaryotic
the cell has no/few organelles
unicellular
they can be autotrophs or heterotrophs
type of cell bacteria have
what does prokaryotic mean?
# of cells for bacteria
how do bacteria obtain food?
prokaryotic
type of cell bacteria have
the cell has no/few organelles
what does prokaryotic mean?
17 terms
Bacteria
Bacteria
Decomposer
Pathogen bacteria
Prokaryotes
A single-celled organism with no nucleus; structured as eithe…
An organism that breaks down wastes and dead organisms
bacteria that cause diseases like strep throat, pneumonia, an…
An organism whose cells lack a nucleus and some other cell st…
Bacteria
A single-celled organism with no nucleus; structured as eithe…
Decomposer
An organism that breaks down wastes and dead organisms
Bacteria
Bacteria
Three shapes bacteria takes
Shape 1
Shape 2
a member of a large group of unicellular microorganisms that…
Streptococcus pyogenes, Paenibacillus polymyxa, aquaspirillum…
Streptococcus pyogenes
Paenibacillus polymyxa
Bacteria
a member of a large group of unicellular microorganisms that…
Three shapes bacteria takes
Streptococcus pyogenes, Paenibacillus polymyxa, aquaspirillum…
5 terms
Bacteria
bacterium (bacteria)
conjugation
endospore
(binary) fission
a unicellular,microscopic, prokaryote
In bacteria, the direct transfer of DNA between two cells tha…
A thick-walled protective room that forms inside a bacterial…
asexual reproduction where DNA is copied the cell splits into…
bacterium (bacteria)
a unicellular,microscopic, prokaryote
conjugation
In bacteria, the direct transfer of DNA between two cells tha…
25 terms
Bacteria
prokaryotic cell
eukaryotic cell
binary fission
Archaebacteria
A type of cell lacking a membrane-enclosed nucleus and other…
A type of cell with a membrane-enclosed nucleus and membrane-…
A method of asexual reproduction in bacteria in which the cel…
microorganisms that are similar to bacteria in size and simpl…
prokaryotic cell
A type of cell lacking a membrane-enclosed nucleus and other…
eukaryotic cell
A type of cell with a membrane-enclosed nucleus and membrane-…
7 terms
Bacteria
binary fission
extremophile
bacilli
endospore
asexual reproduction in bacteria, where the parent cell divid…
prokaryotes, usually Archaea, that live in extreme environments
rod-shaped prokaryotes
a hard outer coating resistant to drying out, boiling, and ma…
binary fission
asexual reproduction in bacteria, where the parent cell divid…
extremophile
prokaryotes, usually Archaea, that live in extreme environments
24 terms
Bacteria
cocci
bacillus
spiral
bacteria size
spherical. may be oval, elongated, or flattened on one side.
rod-shaped. Most bacilli appear as single rods, but some are…
they have one or more twists. Some look like a curved rod, so…
Most are 0.2 um in diameter and 2-8 um in length
cocci
spherical. may be oval, elongated, or flattened on one side.
bacillus
rod-shaped. Most bacilli appear as single rods, but some are…
16 terms
Bacteria
prokaryotic
unicellular
autotroph
heterotroph
unicellular organism that doesn't have a nucleus or membrane…
Made of a single cell
An organism that makes its own food
An organism that cannot make its own food and gets food by co…
prokaryotic
unicellular organism that doesn't have a nucleus or membrane…
unicellular
Made of a single cell
12 terms
Bacteria
Bacteria
Microscopic
Rod
Round
A single-celled, microscopic prokaryotic organism, classified…
Too small to be seen with a "naked eye".
Oval, hot dog, or long shape of some bacteria.
Sphere or circle shape of some bacteria.
Bacteria
A single-celled, microscopic prokaryotic organism, classified…
Microscopic
Too small to be seen with a "naked eye".
14 terms
Bacteria
prokaryotic
unicellular
autotroph
heterotroph
unicellular organism that doesn't have a nucleus or membrane…
Made of a single cell
An organism that makes its own food
An organism that cannot make its own food and gets food by co…
prokaryotic
unicellular organism that doesn't have a nucleus or membrane…
unicellular
Made of a single cell
Bacteria
Bacteria
Petri Dish
Agar
Bacteria Colony
"A single-celled, microscopic prokaryotic organism"
A round, short, flat dish, it may have a cover. Used to grow…
The nutrient jelly on which many microorganisms are cultured.
Mass of bacteria large enough to see.
Bacteria
"A single-celled, microscopic prokaryotic organism"
Petri Dish
A round, short, flat dish, it may have a cover. Used to grow…
8 terms
Bacteria
capsule
cell wall
cell membrane
Pilus
a sticky protein cover found in some bacteria
a protective coating of all bacteria
controls what goes in and out of the cell
a protein tube that attaches to other bacteria (letter A in t…
capsule
a sticky protein cover found in some bacteria
cell wall
a protective coating of all bacteria
12 terms
Bacteria
conjugation
binary fission
flagellum
vaccine
The type of reproduction where one bacterium gives some DNA t…
The type of reproduction where the cell copies the DNA and sp…
The hair-like part that some bacteria use to move
An immunity booster that prevents someone from getting sick
conjugation
The type of reproduction where one bacterium gives some DNA t…
binary fission
The type of reproduction where the cell copies the DNA and sp…
31 terms
Bacteria
prokaryotic cell
eukaryotic cell
binary fission
Archaebacteria
A type of cell lacking a membrane-enclosed nucleus and other…
A type of cell with a membrane-enclosed nucleus and membrane-…
A method of asexual reproduction in bacteria in which the cel…
microorganisms that are similar to bacteria in size and simpl…
prokaryotic cell
A type of cell lacking a membrane-enclosed nucleus and other…
eukaryotic cell
A type of cell with a membrane-enclosed nucleus and membrane-…
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