Bacteria, Virus, Protist &Fungi Test: Monday

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Protist: any organism that is not a plant, an
animal, a fungus or a prokaryote.
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What is an example of a prokaryote?
Heterotrophs or Autotrophs mostly?
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Know Chemoautotrophs, photoautotrophs…
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Photo mean what? Chloroplast…plant…
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Vaccinations can end up causing what?
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Penicillin: kills bacteria by interfering with the
ability to synthesize cell wall
Phage: means viral…So what is a
bacteriophage? What is a prophage?
Pathogen: infectious agent: bacteria, virus
What do plant cells have that animal cells
do not have? How does this protect the
plant? Fungi also have this too.
Know Malaria, what causes it…
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Are the components of DNA the same in
humans and bacteria?
Do prokaryotic cells have ribosomes? Cell
wall? Chloroplast? Nuclear membrane?
Plasma membrane?
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What is Mutualism? Parasitism? Predation?
Commensalism?
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Aerobic/Anaerobic Respiration?
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Vaccines…
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Bacteria vs. Viruses
Eukaryote vs. Prokaryote
Archaebacteria vs. Eubacteria
 arch: methanogens/halophiles
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Homeostasis/Hypertonic/Hypotonic
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2 Flagella – wrap around the organism
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Bioluminescence – chemical light
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Dinoflagellates
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Study Bacteria/Virus Mapping Worksheet
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What is a pathogen?
 Bacteria that cause disease
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