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Fungi. Vocabulary. Fungi – eukaryotes, cell walls, heterotrophs (absorb food), use spores to reproduce, need moist and warm places to grow. Hyphae – threadlike ...
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Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, Fungi. Chapter 7. Grade 7 Science. Viruses _____ - a tiny, non-living particle invades and then multiplies inside of a living cell.
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Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi ... and Disease PowerPoint Presentation Fungus-like Protists Kingdom Fungi Fungus Structure PowerPoint ...
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I. Is a virus a living thing? A. Viruses, although not technically living due to the lack of cellular structure, are classified as microorganisms.
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Protists are eukaryotes that are not animals, plants, or fungi. ... Bacteria, Viruses, Protists, and Prions Author: UNC Last modified by: Brooke Sauer Created Date:
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Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi Chapter 7 Are viruses living? Why or why not? Viruses are not living. The only way viruses are like organisms is that they can ...
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... food poisoning Can cause disease in animals but also in plants, protists, fungi and other bacteria ... 2_Paper 3_Paper Bacteria and Viruses BACTERIA ...
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Bacteria and Viruses. ... plant, animal, protista, fungi, monera. Present: 6 kingdoms: eubacteria, archaebacteria, ... Monerans, Protists, & Viruses
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... Eukaryotes Protists (protoctists) Plants Fungi Animals ... Plants Fungi Animals Eukaryotes Archeans Bacteria ca. 4 bya now Viruses? Prokaryotes vs ...
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Bacteria and Archaea. ... protists, fungi and other bacteria. ... One group of viruses attacks only bacteria. Many of these look like spacecraft.
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Examples: bacteria, viruses, protists and fungi (yeast) Virus. ... True or False. A microscope is not required to see all microorganisms.
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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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Are these things alive? Plant air wind. animals . bacteria . viruses protists. rocks fungi soil. fire water. Living. Living. Living. Living. Living
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Features of microorganisms. Bacteria, fungi, helminths and protozoa are cellular where as viruses are not. Distinction is based on structure, chemical composition ...
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Viruses and Asexual ... Protists, bacteria, and fungi can reproduce this way Binary Fission One cell splits into 2 separate cells First the parent cell copies ...
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Pathogens. There are four types of pathogens that infect the human body. Viruses. Bacteria. Protists. Fungi
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Immune System Important system that helps fight off pathogens ... Bacteria Viruses Fungi Protists/Parasites Made of different types of cells each with a
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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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... Diseases Caused by Bacteria and Viruses. ... or produced by pathogens (bacteria, viruses, fungi). ... Protists: Trypanosoma.
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... Important in fighting infected cells as well as Fungi and Protists T ... Cells and THEN reproduce Viral Infections Like Bacteria Viruses disrupt the body ...
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Bacteria and VirusesChapter 6. After completing this section students will be able to: explain why scientists organize living things into groups; ...
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Chapter 19, Section 1 Infectious ... Bacteria Viruses Fungi Protists Bacterium ... cont’d Bacterium Viruses Fungi Protists Pasteurization Ways ...
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Chapter 19. Bacteria and Viruses. ... 19-2 Viruses. Categorized by what they infect: Plant, ... 20-3 Plantlike Protists (Unicellular Algae)
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... Lyme disease, malaria, West Nile virus, rabies Viruses Protists Worms Fungi Disease ... Antigens are chemicals present on the surface of viruses, bacteria, ...
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Viruses What is a Virus? Not bacteria Pathogen Very, very small Virus Reproduction Attach to a host cell, inject DNA Viral DNA attaches to host DNA Host makes copies ...
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Bacteria, Viruses, Protists & Fungi The Story of Microbiology From the time of the Romans to the late 1800’s it was believed that life could arise spontaneously ...
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Chapter 31: Defense Against Diseases: The Immune Response
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... (bacteria, viruses, some protists & fungi) ... complicated chain reaction that leads to the bursting of viruses and bacteria made in the liver ...
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introduction. diversity of life. viruses, bacteria, protists (algae and protozoa) and fungi evolved very early in the history of the earth (before plants and animals).
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Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi. Chapter Seven: Viruses. Section 1: ... Bacteriophage: is a virus that infects bacteria. All viruses have tow basic parts: ...
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Agents of disease include viruses, bacteria, protists, worms, fungi, ... Viruses. Protists. Worms. Fungi. ... the immune system .
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Bacteria, Viruses, and Humans. Lecture. Chapter 21: Protists. Section 1: ... Protists. Chapter 22: Fungi. Chapter 23: Plant Diversity and Life Cycles. Chapter 24:
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Which of the following statements correctly ... bacteria. B.fungi. C. plants. D. protists. 7. ... Which of the following statements best explains why viruses do not ...
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What Causes Disease? Microbes - bacteria, protists, fungi, and viruses. Most live in water or the soil. most that live in animal bodies but do not harm them and may ...
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Summarize the relative burden of human disease caused by microbes. ... Fungi. Viruses. ... They include bacteria, algae, protozoa, fungi, ...
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The 3 domains Eukarya Plants, animals fungi and protists Bacteria (with peptidoglycan) Archaea With unusual cell walls, ... Classification of viruses?
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Viruses. Fungi. Bacteria. Protists. 0.02-.2 µm. 0.5 - 5 um. 10-20+ µm. 2- 10 µm* Microorganisms. Viruses. ... but do not compete well with bacteria. Mycotoxin ...
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... of all living things with specialized parts that perform specific functions and that viruses are different from ... Includes bacteria. Includes protists, fungi, ...
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Animals Viruses Eukaryotes Fungi Plants Eubacteria & Archea-bacteria Protists Prokaryotes Viruses Reproduction Cell Strucutre & Complexity (Multicellular ...
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Fungi (in Kingdom Fungi) Viruses. Most microbes live as . ... bacteria. and . cyanobacteria. ... Includes protists, fungi, animals & plants.
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Microbes Bacteria Fungi Protists Viruses Bacteria Small Efficient Biochemically diverse Fast growth Marine Freshwater Sediments Subsurface ... Bacteria. Fungi. Algae.
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Can be caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi, protists ... Natural selection favors pathogens with ... Antibiotics can kill bacteria (but CANNOT kill viruses) ...
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Infectious Diseases What is the role of microorganisms in our world? ... Bacteria Viruses Fungi Protists Parasites Infectious disease How are infectious diseases ...
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A disease causing agent like bacteria, viruses, protists and fungi are called ... Harmful bacteria harm cells by damaging tissue or producing poisons that travel ...
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Viruses are smaller than bacteria Viruses can’t be ... Bacteria 2. Fungi Example ... Common Bacteria Identify the Shapes Protists are grouped by how they move and ...
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Can be caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi, protists and parasites. Except for parasites, all others known as pathogens. 35.1 Infectious Disease. Koch’s Postulates: 1.
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Microbes. Germ = microbe that causes disease. Microbes cause most infectious diseases. Microbes include Protists, Bacteria, Fungi, and Viruses. Since viruses are not ...
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Kinds of pathogens . The four major groups of human pathogens are bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protists. Bacteria are one celled microorganisms, which cause a wide ...
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... Opportunistic infection * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * A disease that is caused by pathogenic bacteria, viruses, fungi, or protists ...
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