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Microbes
Microbes
bacteria
Protist
Virus
Any microscopic organism. Mainly bacteria, protists, some fun…
A member of a large group of unicellular microorganisms lacki…
A type of microbe that require moist environments. It is alwa…
A kind of microbe that is not living. It needs a host to mult…
Microbes
Any microscopic organism. Mainly bacteria, protists, some fun…
bacteria
A member of a large group of unicellular microorganisms lacki…
30 terms
Microbes
Microorganisms
The major groups of microbes are:
Name all the Acellular organisms
Viruses are made up of:
_________ are small organisms - observed with a Microscope
bacteria, Achaea, algae, fungi, protozoa & viruses
Viruses and Prions
Nucleic acid encased in protein
Microorganisms
_________ are small organisms - observed with a Microscope
The major groups of microbes are:
bacteria, Achaea, algae, fungi, protozoa & viruses
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…
Microbes
Waterborne disease caused by vibrio ch…
which of the following is NOT an examp…
True or false: foodborne botulism is c…
which of the following disease is caus…
an infection
cilitated cells beat mucous up the esophagus to help prevent…
True
Hemolytic uremic syndrome
Waterborne disease caused by vibrio ch…
an infection
which of the following is NOT an examp…
cilitated cells beat mucous up the esophagus to help prevent…
33 terms
Microbes
Bacteria, Archaebacteria, Eukaryotes
spherical, rod-shaped, spiral-shaped
positive, negative
plasmids
What domains of life include microbes?
What are the three shapes of bacteria?
Gram ________________________________ bacteria can be stained…
In addition to the circular chromosome, bacteria have smaller…
Bacteria, Archaebacteria, Eukaryotes
What domains of life include microbes?
spherical, rod-shaped, spiral-shaped
What are the three shapes of bacteria?
7 terms
Microbes
microbes (micro-organisms)
organism
fungi
bacteria
very very small organisms; four main types are fungi, protozo…
any thing that has life
eat dead animal and plant material
single-celled organisms; most are round or sausage-shaped; th…
microbes (micro-organisms)
very very small organisms; four main types are fungi, protozo…
organism
any thing that has life
microbes
Plasmophora viticola
Candida albicans
Pseudoperonospora cubensis
ustilago zeae
grape mildew... yeast
yeast infection/thrush
downy mildew... yeast
corn smut... yeast
Plasmophora viticola
grape mildew... yeast
Candida albicans
yeast infection/thrush
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
19 terms
Microbes
Animal Characteristics
Animal Types
Plant Characteristics
Plant Types
Move, don't make own food, multi-celled
Vertebrates and Invertebrates
Don't move, make own food, multi-celled
Flowering and non-flowering
Animal Characteristics
Move, don't make own food, multi-celled
Animal Types
Vertebrates and Invertebrates
11 terms
Microbes
Microbe
Pathogen
virus
Host cell
is any living organism that spends its life at a size too tin…
A bacterium, virus, or other microorganism that can cause dis…
a small infectious agent that replicates only inside the livi…
a living cell in which a virus reproduces
Microbe
is any living organism that spends its life at a size too tin…
Pathogen
A bacterium, virus, or other microorganism that can cause dis…
26 terms
MICROBES
Prions
Viruses
Archaea
Bacteria
Proteinaceous infectious particles, associated with a number…
Acellular and consists of a piece of nucleic acid (DNA or RNA…
Similar to bacteria - prokaryotic. Cell walls last peptidogly…
Prokaryotic cell and lives in all environments, in spherical,…
Prions
Proteinaceous infectious particles, associated with a number…
Viruses
Acellular and consists of a piece of nucleic acid (DNA or RNA…
13 terms
Microbes
Infectious diseases are diseases cause…
The most common infectious disease-cau…
The diseases may be transmitted by:
Epidemiologic triangle
microbes
bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa (a type of parasite)
person to person, animal carrier ( e.g. mosquito bite), or an…
agent, host, and environment
Infectious diseases are diseases cause…
microbes
The most common infectious disease-cau…
bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa (a type of parasite)
61 terms
microbes
grow within host cell
contains DNA or RNA
able to mutate
treated by antibiotics
virus
virus
bacteria and virus
bacteria
grow within host cell
virus
contains DNA or RNA
virus
36 terms
Microbes
Microbe
Measles
Chickenpox
Bacterial Meningitis
A living organism that is so small it can only be seen with a…
Disease caused by a virus. Symptoms include: fever, rash that…
Disease caused by a virus (varicella-zoster). Symptoms includ…
Disease caused by bacteria (neisseria meningitidis). Symptoms…
Microbe
A living organism that is so small it can only be seen with a…
Measles
Disease caused by a virus. Symptoms include: fever, rash that…
12 terms
Microbes
Antibiotic
Bacteria
Dose
Fungi
A chemical that kills bacteria or slows their growth without…
A single-celled organism with no nucleus; structured as eithe…
A prescribed amount of medicine.
A eukaryotic, non photosynthetic, spore forming organism. The…
Antibiotic
A chemical that kills bacteria or slows their growth without…
Bacteria
A single-celled organism with no nucleus; structured as eithe…
Microbes
Bacteria
Fungi
Bacteria
Bacteria
Taking an antibiotic will help
Penicillin comes from this
Named for their 3 shapes: rods, spirals, round
Prokaryotic
Bacteria
Taking an antibiotic will help
Fungi
Penicillin comes from this
44 terms
Microbes
Escherichia coli (E. coli)... a) Gram Rea…
Escherichia coli (E. coli)... b) oxygen use
Escherichia coli (E. coli)... a) Gram Rea…
Escherichia coli (E. coli)... Diseases
Procaryote... a) Gram - random rod... b) Facultative anaerobe... A )…
b) Facultative anaerobe
a) Gram - random rod
DISEASES... UTI, traveler's diarrhea, gastroenteritis, hemolytic…
Escherichia coli (E. coli)... a) Gram Rea…
Procaryote... a) Gram - random rod... b) Facultative anaerobe... A )…
Escherichia coli (E. coli)... b) oxygen use
b) Facultative anaerobe
24 terms
Microbes
antibiotic
antibody
antigen
antiseptic
a substance that kills bacteria
a substance made by white blood cells that stops infection
a marker substance on the outside of cells
a substance that kills micro-organisms in wounds
antibiotic
a substance that kills bacteria
antibody
a substance made by white blood cells that stops infection
5 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…
Microbes
microbe
Virus
Bacteria
Fungi
germs that are so tiny that they can only be seen with a micr…
the smallest of germs. They make you sick. They attach to cel…
larger than viruses. They can multiply on their own. They are…
Most do not cause disease. An example is mushrooms. They can…
microbe
germs that are so tiny that they can only be seen with a micr…
Virus
the smallest of germs. They make you sick. They attach to cel…
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
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
6 terms
Microbes
Bacteria
Mould
Yeast
Fungi
A type of microorganism which rots fruits and vegetables.
A type of fungi which decays bread.
A type of fungi which ferments fruit juices.
A type of microorganism which includes yeast and mould.
Bacteria
A type of microorganism which rots fruits and vegetables.
Mould
A type of fungi which decays bread.
12 terms
Microbes
virus
parasite
classification of virus
structure of virus
are all parasites and can only live and reproduce inside livi…
lives in or on another organism called the host, which suffer…
- only behaves like a living thing when inside another living…
-extremely small, can only be seen with electron microscope... -…
virus
are all parasites and can only live and reproduce inside livi…
parasite
lives in or on another organism called the host, which suffer…
12 terms
Microbes
Bacteria
Fungi
Virus
Viruses reproduce by
An example of this microbe is Salmonella
An example of this microbe is yeast
An example of this microbe is HIV
using the host cell.
Bacteria
An example of this microbe is Salmonella
Fungi
An example of this microbe is yeast
11 terms
Microbes
Microbe
Pathogen
virus
Host cell
any living organism that spends its life at a size too tiny t…
a biological agent that causes disease or illnesses to its host
a small infectious agent that replicates only inside the livi…
a living cell in which a virus reproduces.
Microbe
any living organism that spends its life at a size too tiny t…
Pathogen
a biological agent that causes disease or illnesses to its host
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
60 terms
Microbes
Candida albicans
Cryptococcus neoformans
Histoplasma capsulatum
Pneumocystis jiroveciii
Thrush, Yeast infections
Cryptococcosis
Histoplasmosis
Pneumonia(PCP)
Candida albicans
Thrush, Yeast infections
Cryptococcus neoformans
Cryptococcosis
35 terms
Microbes
Shape of TMV
Adinivirus causes
Starter in curd
Benefits of lab
Rod-shape
Infection respiratory
Lactobacilus lab
(a)^ vit b12... (b)checks stomach pathogans
Shape of TMV
Rod-shape
Adinivirus causes
Infection respiratory
103 terms
Microbes
Staph aureus
Staph epidermidis
Strep pyogenes
Strep agalactiae
Gram positive cocci; sinusitis, stye, boil, carbuncles, furun…
Gram positive cocci; bacteremia, wound infections, UTI, common
Gram positive cocci; strep throat, otitis, sinusitis, erysipe…
Gram positive cocci; pneumonia, septicemia, endocarditis, neo…
Staph aureus
Gram positive cocci; sinusitis, stye, boil, carbuncles, furun…
Staph epidermidis
Gram positive cocci; bacteremia, wound infections, UTI, common
Microbes
Cation
Anion
Buffer
Macromolecules
An ion that carries a positive charge - causing it to migrate…
An ion that catties a negative charge - causing it to migrate…
A combination of a Weak Acid and a weak Base that prevent pH…
Small organic molecules joined together
Cation
An ion that carries a positive charge - causing it to migrate…
Anion
An ion that catties a negative charge - causing it to migrate…
62 terms
Microbes
Rabies
EEE (encephalitis)
WEV
VEE
Virus
Virus
Virus
Virus
Rabies
Virus
EEE (encephalitis)
Virus
Microbes
Trichinella spiralis
Taenia saginata
Taenia solium
Herpesvirus
Trichinosis
Beef tapeworm
Pork tapeworm
Herpes simplex 1- cold sores, herpes simplex 2-std, chicken pox
Trichinella spiralis
Trichinosis
Taenia saginata
Beef tapeworm
Microbes
streptococcus
streptococcal pharyngitis
staphylococcus
saccharomyces
(genus) of strep throat
strep throat
(genus) - found on skin
(genus) - yeast... used to make ethanol found in wine & beer, br…
streptococcus
(genus) of strep throat
streptococcal pharyngitis
strep throat
12 terms
Microbes
Symbiosis
Commensalism
Mutualism
Parasitism
Two organisms coexisting
No harm to either organism
Beneficial to both organisms
Harmful to one and beneficial to the other
Symbiosis
Two organisms coexisting
Commensalism
No harm to either organism
29 terms
Microbes
Cryptococcus neoformans
Bacillus cereus
Candida albicans
Branhamella catarrhalis
Cryptococcus neoformans
Bacillus cereus
microbes
Mechanisms of resistance of an antibio…
Random mutation
How antibiotics target microbe
Pasteurization
-Limiting access of the antbiotic... - Failure to activate the a…
UV light, copying of DNA, chemical
inhibits: cell wall synthesis, protein synthesis, plasma memb…
Extreme heating and cooling, without boiling, to kill any har…
Mechanisms of resistance of an antibio…
-Limiting access of the antbiotic... - Failure to activate the a…
Random mutation
UV light, copying of DNA, chemical
33 terms
Microbes
What is a microbe
Why study microbial ecology?
Functional groups of microbes
Primary productivity
A diverse collection of organisms, many of which having nothi…
• Microbes cause diseases of macroscopic organisms, including…
Phototrophs =autotrophic ... Chemotrophs = Heterotrophy (organic…
PP = the rate at which biomass (organic carbon) is produced p…
What is a microbe
A diverse collection of organisms, many of which having nothi…
Why study microbial ecology?
• Microbes cause diseases of macroscopic organisms, including…
63 terms
Microbes!
eukaryotic microorganisms
red and green algae
rhodophytes
phycoerythrin
- protists... - fungi... - red and green algae
- large and diverse group of eukaryotic organisms containing…
- also known as red algae... - mostly marine but some freshwater…
- gives red algae its red color by masking the green color of…
eukaryotic microorganisms
- protists... - fungi... - red and green algae
red and green algae
- large and diverse group of eukaryotic organisms containing…
80 terms
Microbes!
microbiology
two themes
how old?
importance of microorganisms
study of microorganisms - single celled microscopic organisms
1. understanding basic life processes... 2. applying knowledge t…
- first cells 3.8 - 3.9 bya... - atmosphere was anoxic until ~2…
- oldest form... - largest mass... - carry out necessary chemical r…
microbiology
study of microorganisms - single celled microscopic organisms
two themes
1. understanding basic life processes... 2. applying knowledge t…
20 terms
Microbes
microbes
bacteria
virus
fungi
organisms that are microscopic ( to small for visible eye)
single-celled organisms that lack a nucleus, prokaryotic. Rep…
a nonliving, infectious particle composed of a nucleic acid a…
These are simple, plant-like organisms that live on dead orga…
microbes
organisms that are microscopic ( to small for visible eye)
bacteria
single-celled organisms that lack a nucleus, prokaryotic. Rep…
60 terms
Microbes
Virus
Lytic Cycle
Lysogenic cycle
Retrovirus
Nonliving
Destroys host cell
Doesn't harm host cell
Rna
Virus
Nonliving
Lytic Cycle
Destroys host cell
12 terms
Microbes
Respiration
Dormant
Cell respiration
Metabolic
Breathing, bringing oxygen into the blood
not active or growing now but able to become active or to gro…
The process cells use to convert oxygen into carbon dioxide a…
A chemical reaction that happens inside a living organism
Respiration
Breathing, bringing oxygen into the blood
Dormant
not active or growing now but able to become active or to gro…
9 terms
Microbes
Microbe
Bacteria
Virus
Protein Coat
A very small microorganism that can cause disease
A microbe that can be treated using antibiotics. They multipl…
The smallest microbe. This type of microbe can cause Ebola
The outside layer of a virus
Microbe
A very small microorganism that can cause disease
Bacteria
A microbe that can be treated using antibiotics. They multipl…
37 terms
Microbes
All living things on earth classified…
Domains bacteria & archaea
domain eukarya
microbes are in what domain
-bacteria... -archaea... -eukarya
-singled celled ... - microscopic
4 kingdoms ... -plants... -animals ... -fungi... -protists
ALL 3
All living things on earth classified…
-bacteria... -archaea... -eukarya
Domains bacteria & archaea
-singled celled ... - microscopic
18 terms
Microbes
Bacteria, Archaebacteria, Eukaryotes
coccus (spherical), bacillus (rod), sp…
plasmids
conjugation
What domains of life include microbes?
What are the three shapes of bacteria?
In addition to the circular chromosome, bacteria have smaller…
In the process of ______________________________________, a b…
Bacteria, Archaebacteria, Eukaryotes
What domains of life include microbes?
coccus (spherical), bacillus (rod), sp…
What are the three shapes of bacteria?
19 terms
Microbes
Type of plankton that is the base of t…
Type of plankton that is heterotrophic
Three groups of prokaryotes that are p…
Rhodophyta
phytoplankton
zooplankton
eubacteria, cyanobacteria, archaea
Red algae
Type of plankton that is the base of t…
phytoplankton
Type of plankton that is heterotrophic
zooplankton
51 terms
microbes
AIDS
Chicken Pox & Shingles
Common Cold
Dengue Fever
...
...
...
AIDS
Chicken Pox & Shingles
...
Microbes
Disease
Microbiology
Microorganism (Microbe)
Unicellular
An abnormal functioning of the body or part of body, sometime…
The study of organisms that are too small to see without a mi…
A living organism that is so small that it can only be seen w…
An organism composed (made up) of only one cell
Disease
An abnormal functioning of the body or part of body, sometime…
Microbiology
The study of organisms that are too small to see without a mi…
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