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77 terms
Microbes Good and Bad
What kind of microbe causes a cold?
What kind of microbe causes strep?
How many microbial cells are there in…
Average bacterium length
Virus
Bacteria
Somewhere between 10:1 and 3:1
1mm (microns)
What kind of microbe causes a cold?
Virus
What kind of microbe causes strep?
Bacteria
14 terms
Good & Bad Microbes
Good effects of Decomposition in bacte…
Bad effects of decomposition in bacteria
Toxins
The making of yoghurt
It returns nutrients to the soil that can be used by plants a…
Bacteria will begin to decompose and ruin food if left out of…
Poisonous chemicals that may cause food poisoning
Bacteria are added that use the sugar in the milk as food, tu…
Good effects of Decomposition in bacte…
It returns nutrients to the soil that can be used by plants a…
Bad effects of decomposition in bacteria
Bacteria will begin to decompose and ruin food if left out of…
25 terms
sewage and good microbes
potable
polluted
flocculation
alum
water fit for human consumption
water rendered useless for a particular purpose
the precipitation of insoluble particles by the addition of a…
aluminum potassium sulfate, added to water to purify it
potable
water fit for human consumption
polluted
water rendered useless for a particular purpose
11 terms
Microbes: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Virus
Capsid
Capsomeres
Bacteriophages
A small organism with nucleic acid enclosed in a protein coat.
Protein shell which surrounds the viral genome.
Protein subunits which make up the capsid.
Viruses with more complex capsids, a head which encloses thei…
Virus
A small organism with nucleic acid enclosed in a protein coat.
Capsid
Protein shell which surrounds the viral genome.
24 terms
Final Exam- lecture 3, Good Microbes
Bacteria has how many genes compared t…
What does the microbiome do for us? 4…
Where do we initially get our microbes…
What 2 things happen to microbiome whe…
microbes- >1,000,000... human >23,000
DVIP... digestion, vitamins, immune, prevent colonization
vagina- lactobacillus-digest milk
1. gut cleared= clostridium difficle takes over... 2. vagina lac…
Bacteria has how many genes compared t…
microbes- >1,000,000... human >23,000
What does the microbiome do for us? 4…
DVIP... digestion, vitamins, immune, prevent colonization
10 terms
Microbes
Microbes
bacteria
Fungi
Protozoa
Any microscopic organism. Mainly bacteria, protists, some fun…
A member of a large group of unicellular microorganisms lacki…
A type of microbe that absorbs its food from its environment.…
A type of microbe that require moist environments. It is alwa…
Microbes
Any microscopic organism. Mainly bacteria, protists, some fun…
bacteria
A member of a large group of unicellular microorganisms lacki…
10 terms
Microbes
microbes
obvious
Beneficial
pathogens
germs
Easy to see or understand
good for you
microbes that cause disease
microbes
germs
obvious
Easy to see or understand
41 terms
Microbes
capsid
DNA/RNA
bacteriophage
viral spikes
outer protein layer
a virus can have either; also classified by shape
a virus that infects bacteria
spikes that help it attach to a cell
capsid
outer protein layer
DNA/RNA
a virus can have either; also classified by shape
11 terms
microbes
germs
bacteria
virus
mucous
Microscopic organisms that may transmit disease or cause anot…
A one-celled microorganism, where some are good and some are…
A microorganism smaller than the smallest bacterium that has…
boogers
germs
Microscopic organisms that may transmit disease or cause anot…
bacteria
A one-celled microorganism, where some are good and some are…
22 terms
Microbes
Microorganism
Microscope
Fungi
Protozoan
And organism which is too small to be seen with the naked eye
Technology used to view microorganisms
Yeast, mushrooms that are heterotrophs
Amoeba, daphnia, diatoms
Microorganism
And organism which is too small to be seen with the naked eye
Microscope
Technology used to view microorganisms
48 terms
Chapter 8 Microbes part 2
Microbes respond to changing environme…
Microbes response to the environment r…
Sensor histidine-kinase in the cell me…
Response Regulator
To survive adverse conditions... To thrive in good conditions... To…
Sensing the environment... Changing gene expression
Sense specific environmental stimuli ... Activates itself via ph…
Activated via phosphorylation by Sensor Kinase. ... Mediates "th…
Microbes respond to changing environme…
To survive adverse conditions... To thrive in good conditions... To…
Microbes response to the environment r…
Sensing the environment... Changing gene expression
microbes
acne
antibiotic diareha
asma
autoimmune disease
p acne with hair follicles leads to pimples
when the antibioitcs kill the good bacteria too this is bad
overactive immune system
immune system attacks own tissues
acne
p acne with hair follicles leads to pimples
antibiotic diareha
when the antibioitcs kill the good bacteria too this is bad
18 terms
Microbes Bootcamp
Virus
Vaccine
Bacteria
Antibiotic
A nonliving pathogen that reproduces inside of a living host.…
Can be used to prevent viruses. It contains a weakened or dea…
A one-celled organism that has a variety of shapes. Some are…
Drugs that kill bacteria or slow their growth
Virus
A nonliving pathogen that reproduces inside of a living host.…
Vaccine
Can be used to prevent viruses. It contains a weakened or dea…
15 terms
Microbes Vocab Review
Microbe
Pathogen
Virus
Host cell
A very small living thing, especially one that causes disease…
An organism that can cause disease.
A NON-LIVING unicellular infectious particle.
A cell that provides a place for the virus to live and reprod…
Microbe
A very small living thing, especially one that causes disease…
Pathogen
An organism that can cause disease.
10 terms
AQA B1.3 - Microbes
Microbes
bacteria
Fungi
Protozoa
Any microscopic organism. Mainly bacteria, protists, some fun…
A member of a large group of unicellular microorganisms lacki…
A type of microbe that absorbs its food from its environment.…
A type of microbe that require moist environments. It is alwa…
Microbes
Any microscopic organism. Mainly bacteria, protists, some fun…
bacteria
A member of a large group of unicellular microorganisms lacki…
55 terms
Microbes exam 3
sterilizing
sanitation
microbicidal
bactericidal
the destruction or removal of all living microbes, spores and…
reducing the number of pathogenic microbes to a level conside…
agents that kill microbes (also called germicides)
agents that kill bacterial cells
sterilizing
the destruction or removal of all living microbes, spores and…
sanitation
reducing the number of pathogenic microbes to a level conside…
Microbes Vocabulary
Amoeba
Bacteria
Capsid
Capsule
an animal-like protist that live in water or soil
Unicellular organism that has no nucleus or lack membrane bou…
The protein shell that surrounds a virus
A surface layer on some bacteria that helps them stick to eac…
Amoeba
an animal-like protist that live in water or soil
Bacteria
Unicellular organism that has no nucleus or lack membrane bou…
30 terms
Microbes and Food Preservation
virus
microbe
yeast
endospore
a tiny, nonliving particle that invades and then reproduces i…
a microscopic organism
a colorless, unicellular fungi that uses sugar for food
a small, round, thick-walled resting cell that forms to prote…
virus
a tiny, nonliving particle that invades and then reproduces i…
microbe
a microscopic organism
12 terms
Microbes and disease
Microbes
Pathogens
Disease
Virus
Any microscopic organism. Mainly bacteria, protists, some fun…
Microbes that cause disease
An abnormal state in which the body is not functioning normally
ultramicroscopic infectious agent that replicates itself only…
Microbes
Any microscopic organism. Mainly bacteria, protists, some fun…
Pathogens
Microbes that cause disease
63 terms
Microbes and Man Exam 1
Bubonic Plague
field of bacteriology began in..
beneficial aspects of microbes
why are microbes useful in research?
Europe in the middle ages... - wiped out 1/3 of the population... -…
late 1800s
- balance of nature... - important link in food chain... - food ind…
- simple structures... - large numbers... - reproduce quickly
Bubonic Plague
Europe in the middle ages... - wiped out 1/3 of the population... -…
field of bacteriology began in..
late 1800s
33 terms
Good Friends and Germs Learning Set 2
Symptom
Gastrointestinal
Infection
Parasite
An indication in your body that you have a disease.
Related to the stomach and intestines.
The growth of germs in your body.
Organism that lives and feeds either inside of or attached to…
Symptom
An indication in your body that you have a disease.
Gastrointestinal
Related to the stomach and intestines.
Bacteria Microbes Test
Bacteria
Antibiotics
Antibiotic Resistance
Shapes of bacteria
Single-celled spherical or spiral or rod-shaped organisms lac…
Drugs that block the growth and reproduction of bacteria
When bacteria adapt to antibiotics and the adaptation becomes…
Cocci, Bacilli, Spiralli
Bacteria
Single-celled spherical or spiral or rod-shaped organisms lac…
Antibiotics
Drugs that block the growth and reproduction of bacteria
28 terms
Microbes
What kind of cells are bacteria made of?
Draw and label diagram of a bacteria c…
List 3 characteristics of bacteria
What are the domains of bacteria? What…
Prokaryotic Cells
...
1. Prokaryotic (no nucleus)... 2. Unicellular (but can cluster)…
Eubacteria:... - newer (bacteria commonly come in contact with)…
What kind of cells are bacteria made of?
Prokaryotic Cells
Draw and label diagram of a bacteria c…
...
15 terms
Microbes
Good
No bacteria
Microbes
Virus
Is the majority of microbes good or bad?
At birth you are born with.....
Do you have more Microbes or Cells?
What Infectious contagious disease cannot live without a host?
Good
Is the majority of microbes good or bad?
No bacteria
At birth you are born with.....
Good friends and Germs Vocabulary 1
SImulation
Patient Zero
Model
Antibiotics
an imitation of an event; a reproduction of an event that is…
The inital patient in the population to develop the infection
A pattern, plan, representation, or description designed to s…
Drugs that block the growth and reproduction of bacteria
SImulation
an imitation of an event; a reproduction of an event that is…
Patient Zero
The inital patient in the population to develop the infection
16 terms
Microbes multi-celled
Multi celled
Microorganism
Harmful
Ecoli
Many cells
Too small to be seen with the naked eye
Bacteria, fungi, Protozoa, algae, and viruses
Harmful bacteria
Multi celled
Many cells
Microorganism
Too small to be seen with the naked eye
57 terms
Exam 3: Microbes and Humans
Three types of pathogens
Commensal pathogen
Primary pathogen
Opportunistic pathogen
Commensal... Primary... Opportunistic
microbe that is part of normal microbiota, and sometimes ca…
microbe that causes disease in healthy people
microbe that causes disease only in people with compromised h…
Three types of pathogens
Commensal... Primary... Opportunistic
Commensal pathogen
microbe that is part of normal microbiota, and sometimes ca…
84 terms
Ch 17
Host
Disease
Infection
Microbiota
An organism infected by a pathogen.
Any change from the general state of good health.
The state produced by the establishment of an infective agent…
The term for the microbes that are normally present in and on…
Host
An organism infected by a pathogen.
Disease
Any change from the general state of good health.
14 terms
Good Friends and Good Germs (LS 2.4 - 2.10)
bacteria
eukaryote
prokaryote
microbe
the most common form of one-celled organisms
an organism whose cells have nuclei
a single-celled organism that does not have a nucleus
an organism that can be seen only through a microscope
bacteria
the most common form of one-celled organisms
eukaryote
an organism whose cells have nuclei
20 terms
Microbes
Micro-organism
Heterotrophs
Saporophytes
Mutualists
Very small organisms that can be obersevered only with a micr…
Microbes that feed on other organisms or organic matter made…
Hetrotrophs that feed on organic matter
Hetrotrophs that feed within a host organisms gut. They both…
Micro-organism
Very small organisms that can be obersevered only with a micr…
Heterotrophs
Microbes that feed on other organisms or organic matter made…
12 terms
Microbes
Microbes
Protists
Bacteria
Virus
Very small organisms that can be good bad or deadly. Can caus…
Eukaryotic organisms that are not animals, plants, or fungi.…
Single celled microbes that have no nucleus or membrane-bound…
Small infectious agent that replicates only inside the living…
Microbes
Very small organisms that can be good bad or deadly. Can caus…
Protists
Eukaryotic organisms that are not animals, plants, or fungi.…
18 terms
Microbes
Micobiology
Microorganisms/Microbes
Ubiquitous
Bacteria
the branch of biology dealing with the structure, function, u…
any organism too small to be viewed by the unaided eye, as ba…
Everything
ubiquitous one-celled organisms, spherical, spiral, or rod-sh…
Micobiology
the branch of biology dealing with the structure, function, u…
Microorganisms/Microbes
any organism too small to be viewed by the unaided eye, as ba…
Microbes
large numbers
free of microbes
birth
Normal flora
Microbes grow on /in the bodies of higher organisms in ______…
In the utero, the fetus is
What establishes the normal flora that do not produce disease
most of the organisms we carry around on our skin, mouth, and…
large numbers
Microbes grow on /in the bodies of higher organisms in ______…
free of microbes
In the utero, the fetus is
13 terms
Microbes
What is microbiology? and what is the…
Where do microbes live?
What causes infectious disease?
How can microbes be beneficial in the…
The study of organisms too small to be seen clearly by the un…
Basically everywhere, the live in mixed populations (microbia…
pathogens, can be controlled by vaccination, antibiotics, goo…
Making cheese, vinegar, sauerkaut, certain saussages, beer, w…
What is microbiology? and what is the…
The study of organisms too small to be seen clearly by the un…
Where do microbes live?
Basically everywhere, the live in mixed populations (microbia…
Good Friends and Germs Vocabulary 3
tissue
constrict
organs
body system
groups of cells that are similar in structure and function
To draw together or become smaller
structures that have a specific function and are made up of d…
groups of organs that work together
tissue
groups of cells that are similar in structure and function
constrict
To draw together or become smaller
30 terms
Microbes
Micro organisms
Pathogen
3 types of microbes
Bacteria
Living things that are only visible with the use of a microsc…
Disease causing micro organisms
Bacteria, fungi and viruses
Unicellular organisms. Most widely distributed on Earth
Micro organisms
Living things that are only visible with the use of a microsc…
Pathogen
Disease causing micro organisms
21 terms
Microbes
Cellulase
2kg
100 Trillion
800
The enzyme that digests fibre
Amount of bacteria in our microbiome (kg)?
Amount of bacteria in our microbiome (number)?
Amount of species in mouth?
Cellulase
The enzyme that digests fibre
2kg
Amount of bacteria in our microbiome (kg)?
32 terms
Microbes and Disease Part 1 - 2015
infectious disease
toxin
bacteria
virus
disease that can be spread
a poison that can harm an organism
unicellular organism; can be parasitic and cause disease; an…
a small, non-living piece of genetic material and protein tha…
infectious disease
disease that can be spread
toxin
a poison that can harm an organism
14 terms
Microbes
3 : Bacteria, virus, fungi (yeast)
Yeast , bacteria, virus
Because they do not carry out any of t…
bread dough rise, beer, wine
How many main types are there in microbes? Named?
Put 3 main type in other of size
Why virus are not the living thing?
What are yeast use to make?
3 : Bacteria, virus, fungi (yeast)
How many main types are there in microbes? Named?
Yeast , bacteria, virus
Put 3 main type in other of size
Good Friends and Germs All
chicken pox
immunization
small pox
protein
...
...
...
...
chicken pox
...
immunization
...
35 terms
Snails, Microbes, and AG
mollusk
air pore
crop
ectothermic
the group of animals that snails belong to (there are clams,…
a breathing chamber that the snails breathe into
the area where the snail's food gets ground up
their body temperature is the same as their surroundings
mollusk
the group of animals that snails belong to (there are clams,…
air pore
a breathing chamber that the snails breathe into
19 terms
Microbes
attachment
Injection
Production
assembly
the virus connects to a specific host cell (1st step.)
the virus injects its nucleic acid into the host cell (second…
the virus nucleic acid takes over the cell and causes the cel…
the virus parts are put together (4th step.)
attachment
the virus connects to a specific host cell (1st step.)
Injection
the virus injects its nucleic acid into the host cell (second…
15 terms
Microbes BI25M5
Staphyloccoci aures
Streptococcus pyogenes
Streptococcus pneumoniae
Clostridium difficile
penicillin resistant, skim commensal through puncters
strep throat... "Strep throat" or Streptococcal pharyngitis. Cau…
most common cause of bacterial meningitis in adults
Often called C. difficile or C. diff, is a bacterium that can…
Staphyloccoci aures
penicillin resistant, skim commensal through puncters
Streptococcus pyogenes
strep throat... "Strep throat" or Streptococcal pharyngitis. Cau…
190 terms
Microbes and Man Exam 3 Study Guide
Contamination
Infection
Infestation
Disease
microbes are present but our body can protect against them
multiplication of microbes in or on, can usually fight this off
infection of worms or insects
Host can not carry out normal, problems begin to occur
Contamination
microbes are present but our body can protect against them
Infection
multiplication of microbes in or on, can usually fight this off
22 terms
Microbes Lecture 22
applied microbiology
potable
polluted
human feces
microbes are good
water that is fit for human consumption
water rendered useless for a particular purpose
human pathogens in water usually come from this
applied microbiology
microbes are good
potable
water that is fit for human consumption
24 terms
Microbes and Disease MOD
Infectious disease
Toxin
Bacteria
Virus
disease that can be spread
a poison that can harm an organism
unicellular organism; can be parasitic and cause disease; an…
a small, non-living piece of genetic material and protein tha…
Infectious disease
disease that can be spread
Toxin
a poison that can harm an organism
12 terms
Microbes
Single cells that are also known as mi…
They are both.
True
False
What is a Microbe?
Are Microbes good or bad?
True or False? Viruses need to live in something to survive.
True or False? You can see bacteria with your naked eye.
Single cells that are also known as mi…
What is a Microbe?
They are both.
Are Microbes good or bad?
23 terms
Good Person Vocabulary ed9s
convention
predisposes
ethical
mundane
custom
make susceptible
moral
boring
convention
custom
predisposes
make susceptible
24 terms
health problems and microbes
good health:
what causes bad health?
poor health:
communicable diseases:
good mental and physical health
disease... smoking... misuses of drugs... excersise... poor diet... stress... l…
often caused by more than one factor
infectious... caused by pathogens... bacteria, virus, fungi and pro…
good health:
good mental and physical health
what causes bad health?
disease... smoking... misuses of drugs... excersise... poor diet... stress... l…
20 terms
Microbes
02 replenishment... N2 fixation... Cellulose…
TB... Influenza... Bubonic plague
N2 fixation
Consumption
Good things
Bad things
Bacteria & fungi convert N2 to usable forms
Where do humans get N2 from?
02 replenishment... N2 fixation... Cellulose…
Good things
TB... Influenza... Bubonic plague
Bad things
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