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Intro to Micro

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Intro to Micro BIOL 2460 - 001

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These are the notes from the first class
Michelle L Badon
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micro, Microbiology, dr.badon, UTA





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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mobolaji Arogundade on Tuesday January 26, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to BIOL 2460 - 001 at University of Texas at Arlington taught by Michelle L Badon in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 382 views. For similar materials see NURSING MICROBIOLOGY in Biology at University of Texas at Arlington.


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Date Created: 01/26/16
Nursing Microbiology Notes (January 21, 2016)  The father of Microbiology is Louis Pasteur (Test question) Tip- on the exam she may switch the first and last name (ex: Pasteur, Louis) HOWEVER that is NOT the correct answer. The correct answer is Louis Pasteur  Why we study Microbiology; 1. We need to learn what the microorganisms are, how they work and how they affect u in our everyday lives. Main themes of Microbiology  Bacteria are the main particles that cause precipitation to occur People to remember  J. Craig Venter created the human genome project which identified all the genes in the human body What is Microbiology?  It is a specialized area of biology that focuses on the study of organisms that can only be seen with magnification  It is the most complex science The 5 kingdoms are  Monera  Protista  Fungi  Plantae  Animalia Most of the microbes are single cells or clusters of single cells; some are multicellular The oldest organism is over 3.5 billion years old Microbes are the most dominant organisms Microbes are ubiquitous, which means they are everywhere Characteristics of Microorganisms  Prokaryotes-have no nucleus  Eukaryotes- have a true nucleus Archaebacteria  Prokaryotes  Oldest living organisms  Found in harsh environments Eubacteria  Most complex  More common than archeabacteria  Live in more neutral conditions Eukaryotic organisms have a complex cellular structure 6 main types of Microorganisms  Bacterium  Fungus  Algae  Virus  Protozoan-Greek for “first animal”  Helminth – Greek for worm Penicillium Chrysogenium is the mold that produces penicillin


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