Bacteria - Eubacteria

Bacteria - Eubacteria

Bacteria - Eubacteria Domain Prokarya Shifting Kingdoms Lumpers PlantaeMoneraBacteria-Eubacteria Splitt 2 3 5 6 ers 8 Bacteria Bacteria Bacteria Bacteria Bacteria Archaebacteri a Archaebacteria Archaebacteri a Archaebacteri a Archaebacter ia

Archezoans Archezoans Archezoans Archezoans Archezoans Euglenoids Euglenoids Euglenoids Euglenoids Euglenoids Chrysophytes Chrysophytes Chrysophytes Chrysophytes Chrysophytes Green Algae Green Algae Green Algae Green Algae Green Algae Brown Algae

Brown Algae Brown Algae Brown Algae Brown Algae Red algae Red algae Red algae Red algae Red algae Slime Molds Slime Molds Slime Molds Slime Molds Slime Molds True Fungi True Fungi True Fungi True Fungi True Fungi Bryophytes Bryophytes

Bryophytes Bryophytes Bryophytes Tracheophytes Tracheophytes Tracheophytes Tracheophytes Tracheophyte s Protozoans Protozoans Protozoans Protozoans Protozoans Myxozoans Myxozoans Myxozoans Myxozoans Myxozoans Multicellular Animals Multicellular Animals

Multicellular Animals Multicellular Animals Multicellula r Animals Ba c Ar te ch ri Ar aeb a ch ac t Eu ezo er gl an ia s e Pr noi d ot oz s oa ns Extant Original Extinct h y t wi onl e s m Ti ote g ry n

o ka L Cell ro P Al g al ae ga e n Tr u e Fu ng i ar ul t A n i ce im ll al u l s Gr ee n Al Br ga yo e ph yt Tr es ac he

op Sl i m hy t My e M es xo ol zo ds an M s Re d Ch ry so ph Br yt ow es How Many Kingdoms? 8 5 3 2 1 Bacteria - Eubacteria Ancient fossils 3.5 billion years b.p. Archetype for prokaryotic organisms

Phototrophs Chemoautotrophs Heterotrophs Saprobes Parasites (bacteria benefit, host harmed) Commensals (bacteria benefit, host unharmed) Mutualists (bacteria and host both benefit) Unicellular, colonial, filamentous Bacillus, coccus, spirillum +Chl B -Cell Wall +Parasite +tubule H2S ns su ad ul lf s fu ov r ib ri os Ri H2S H2O +Chl A H2O

+NAD +bacteriochlorophyll +NADP Extinct Gram negative Gram positive Original Cell ke tt si as My xo ba ct er i Pu r pl e Su Rh lf od ur op se Pu rp ud le om no

De on s yt e ph My c ro o Ac pla ti s m no as my Cl ce os te tr s id Sp s ir oc he te s Gr ee n Su lf Cy ur an ob ac

Pr te oc ri hl a o Bacterial Phyla Extant +Parasite +gliding motility Domain Prokarya Kingdom Bacteria roteobacteria Chlamydias Spirochetes Gram Positive Cyanobacteria to Domains Archaea and Eukarya Universal Ancestor Domain Prokarya Kingdom Bacteria roteobacteria Gram-negative photoauto-, chemoauto-, hetero-tr symbionts, parasites

Rhizobium-legumes: N2 fixation Agrobacterium-host: Recombinant DNA Rickettsias: Rocky Mountain Fever likely source of mitochondrion by endosymbiosis Universal Ancestor Domain Prokarya Kingdom Bacteria roteobacteria Gram-negative photoauto-, chemoauto-, hetero-tr nutritionally diverse Nitrosomonas in soil: NH4+ NO2ammonium nitrite Universal Ancestor Domain Prokarya Kingdom Bacteria roteobacteria Gram-negative photoauto-, chemoauto-, hetero-tr Photosynthetic: Chromatium CO2 + H2S CH2O + S(solid) Heterotrophic: LegionellaLegionnaires disease

Enterics: Escherichia coli in your intestine Salmonella food poisoning Vibrio cholerae cholera Universal Ancestor Domain Prokarya Kingdom Bacteria roteobacteria Gram-negative photoauto-, chemoauto-, hetero-tr Myxobacteria: slime secretion, aggregation, spores Bdellovibrios: rapid locomotion 100m/sec penetrate prey bacteria 100 rps Universal Ancestor Domain Prokarya Kingdom Bacteria roteobacteria Gram-negative photoauto-, chemoauto-, hetero-tr Helicobacter pylori: human stomach ulcers Universal Ancestor

Domain Prokarya Kingdom Bacteria roteobacteria ChlamydiasGram-negative parasites inside animal cells Chlamydia trachomatis: blindness Non-gonococcal urethritis: common STD (most-common in USA!) Universal Ancestor Domain Prokarya Kingdom Bacteria roteobacteria Chlamydias Spirochetes Helical heterotrophs to 0.25 mm l but very thin! Rotational bacterial filament Free-living and pathogens: Treponema pallidum = syphilis Borrelia burgdorferi = Lyme dis Universal Ancestor Domain Prokarya Kingdom Bacteria roteobacteria Chlamydias Spirochetes Gram Positive: very divers

Actinomycetes: branched chai tuberculosis, leprosy Soil: Streptomyces antibioti Solitary: Bacillus, Clostrid anthrax, botulism Staphylococcus: clusters Streptococcus: chains hospital diseases Mycoplasmas 0.1m walking pneumonia Universal Ancestor Domain Prokarya Kingdom Bacteria roteobacteria Chlamydias Spirochetes Gram Positive Cyanobacteria likely source of chloroplast by endosymbiosis unicell, colony, filament photoautotrophs: CO2 + H2O CH2O O2 + Universal Ancestorheterocysts: N 2

Recently Viewed Presentations

  • SUNY Delhi Pledge Success Conference

    SUNY Delhi Pledge Success Conference

    Danielle Schafer, Treasurer Jordan Hernandez, Sgt. At Arms Vacant, Community Service Coordinator Tiffany Julien, Senator Cailyn Bashaw, Alternate Senator Do you want to look like this? Do you want to look like this? Hazing Hazing is making a person do...
  • Patient Safety and Nurse Staffing Does it really

    Patient Safety and Nurse Staffing Does it really

    Skill-mix Requirements. Hospitals must have a minimum fixed ratio of licensed staff relative to all staff. Problems: What is the appropriate ratio? Minimum ratio could become average (like speed limit) Total staffing may not be adequate.
  • A File is Not a File: Understanding the

    A File is Not a File: Understanding the

    : W. Vogels. File system usage in Windows NT 4.0. There is still uncharted territory Little focus on home users. Little focus on individual applications. More study can inform the design of the next generation of file systems
  • Internet2

    Internet2

    The Internet was not designed for: Millions of users Congestion Multimedia Real time interaction But, only the Internet can: Accommodate explosive growth Enable convergence of information work, mass media, and human collaboration Internet2 is focused on the Internet's potential for...
  • Daniel L. Allen and Colin S. Burns Chemistry

    Daniel L. Allen and Colin S. Burns Chemistry

    4 "TI: Divalent metal cation binding properties of human prothymosin α." Nina V. Chichkova, et. al. European Journal of Biochemistry. Vol: 267.15. Pages 4745-4752. 2000. Belozersky Institute of Physico-Chemical Biology and Center of Molecular Medicine, Moscow State University, Russia.
  • The Problem of Evil and God - Bible Truths

    The Problem of Evil and God - Bible Truths

    The Problem of Evil and God Man has always wondered regarding evil, why it happens and what, if any, role God plays in the causation process. God is the Creator (Gen. 1; 2, Acts 17: 24).
  • Mittuniversitetets OH-modell 2019-01-09 Mittuniversitetet Modell redovisning och finansiering

    Mittuniversitetets OH-modell 2019-01-09 Mittuniversitetet Modell redovisning och finansiering

    GU adm. Utbproj. Utbproj. All gem adm, stödverksamhet ska delas upp i vilken koppling adm har till utbildnings- och forskningsverksamhet. Utbadm delas också vidare upp i koppling till grundutbildning och utb projekt då grundutb har mer adm såsom ex antagningskostnader,...
  • MoMusician s ClassicPPT Welcome to ClassicPPT Type a

    MoMusician s ClassicPPT Welcome to ClassicPPT Type a

    Start. My Computer. Network. Neighborhood. Inbox. Recycle Bin. Internet Explorer. My Briefcase. Online Services. Outlook Express. Try The Micros…