Chapter 2 Bacteria part 1
Chapter 2 Bacteria part 1 BIO 3304
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Date Created: 09/06/16
Friday, August 26, 2016 14:54 *The slides for the notes are in reference to the ones posted on my courses. The first slide titled slide one is always the slide that proceeds the coverof the book.* Slide one Blanks- spherical, spiral We are talking about the different shapes that bacteria can appear in Slide two Blanks-mycelia Here we are talking about how the bacteria can becomemulticellular groups. Also bacteria can grow in multicellular organizations as well Slide three Blanks-smaller, eukaryal The size of bacteria is smaller than eukaryal cells is what is important from here Slide four Blanks-mycoplasma There are of course a few exceptions to the size for bacteria. Which are the ones listed here Slide five Blanks-nucleoid Here we are learning what is basically in the cytoplasm. We also get informed that DNA is like a phone cord how it winds itself up into a ball of coils. Slide six Blanks-macromolecules Here we learn about the macromoleculesof the cytoplasmused from a variety of different uses such as directions, storage, and movementto name a few Tuesday, September 6, 2016 15:36 Slide seven Blanks-cytoskeleton,cell division, internal components Here we learn about the cytoskeletonand how it is used in the bacteria for things such as the cell wall and is also used to keep things in the bacteria itself. Slide eight Blanks-plasma membrane, phospholipid bilayer Here is where we start to talk about the structure of the bacterial cell envelope. This is where we here about the plasma membrane(alsoknown as the cell membrane if you learned it that way) and the phospholipid bilayer Slide nine Blanks-aquaporin, osmosis Here we learn about the plasma membrane and how items get accros and into the cell ex. Some gases diffuse across and water is helped by aquaporin. Slide ten Blanks-facilitated diffusion, active transport Some terms that we learned from here is symport which means the same direction and anti-port which means opposite direction as a way for nutrients to cross the plasma membrane Slide eleven Here we have a picture demonstrating how facilitated diffusion and co-transportwork. Facilitated diffusion uses a way of no energy is needed for the nutrients to get into the cell it just goes by way of concentrationbases. Whereas co-transport requires the use of ATP(energy) for the movementto accrue in the cell. Slide twelve Here we have a picture showing ABC Transporters it starts off with a nutrient moleculethat interacts with a solute binding protein. After that interaction the hydrophobic channel undergoes changes to use ATP hydrolysis to allow the movementof the solute.