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Microbiology

... Fix nitrogen Cyanobacteria Anoxygenic Photosynthetic Bacteria Purple sulfur Purple nonsulfur Green sulfur Green nonsulfur Purple Sulfur Bacteria Make a dichotomous key to ...

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Taxonomy - the area of the biological sciences devoted to the ...

For example, the tea rose is Rosa odorata; the common ... Domain of Bacteria that have cells walls made of ... Dichotomous Key- A dichotomous key is a tool that allows the ...

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BIO 155

BIO 155 Basic Microbiology HW 2 ANSWER KEY ... The phylogenetic classification of bacteria is based on: ... An example of a latent viral infection is: A) subacute ...

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Microbiology Unknown Lab

Page 5: Dichotomous key Create a neat dichotomous key, which results in the correct separation of all 8 possible unknowns. This key should be legible and sized to occupy ...

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01. Protozoa 1-14

Example: A dichotomous key could be constructed using the following denominations of U.S ... swarms of independent, isolated cells called myxamoebas which engulf bacteria ...

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Classification

... Kingdom Plantae Human Classification Dichotomous Keys Dichotomous Key Try ... pg. 2) Name and describe (or give an example of ... true bacteria These are the kind of bacteria ...

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Key to the families of freshwater fishes of New Hampshire

Title: dichotomous fish key Author: Phillip Leeser Subject: dichotomous fish key Keywords: dichotomous fish key Created Date: 4/16/2008 9:48:56 AM

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Ch_10.ppt

Example of a Simplified Dichotomous Key for Identifying Filamentous Organisms in Activated Sludge Figure 108. Rod-Shaped Bacteria: Pseudomonas Figure 109.

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Chapter 18 Classification

... of characteristics OR identify the organism copyright cmassengale * Example of Dichotomous Key ... Broadest, most inclusive taxon Three domains Archaea and Bacteria are ...

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1 Prokaryotes

domains: Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya. The prokaryotic Archaea and Bacteria ... 2 Microbe names Bacterium vs human taxonomy A dichotomous key 1a. Prokaryotic MONERA

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Chapter 11 Powerpoint Show

Domains Bacteria and Archaea The Prokaryotes: Domains ... ecological role Learning objective: Make a dichotomous key ... Gastroenteritis Helicobacter pylori: Example of a ...

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A Dichotomous What?

Example of a Dichotomous Key for Animals 1a. This organism has an exoskeleton (go to question 2) 1b. This organism has an endoskeleton or no skeleton (go to question 3) 2a.

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Ch 10 Taxonomy and Classification

... and history among organisms Some obtained from fossil record Most bacteria use ... nonsporing gram positive rods Genus Lactobacillus, listeria A typical dichotomous key ...

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Chapter 17 Organizing Lifes Diversity

Example American black bear Ursus americanus ... Many times a field guide will contain a dichotomous key ... Domain Bacteria Domain Archaea Archaea are thought to ...

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Introducing dichotomous keys to students grade 6-8

Details: Introduce the term Dichotomous key. Di= 2, in this case there are two choices. A key is used to identify a species of plant, animal, bacteria etc. Plants have ...

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Appendix A

from the broadest group (ie all bacteria) to the Genus level, the key should be dichotomous, but only the ... Consider the example below. From the Gram stain and ...

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Taxonomy/Classification and Dichotomous Keys with a plant focus

... understand the classification system Materials Dichotomous key as an example Plant ... Carrie Taylor Bacteria The levels of classification include: Domain ...

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2011 MICROBE MISSION SAMPLE

(viruses, bacteria, Archea, algae, protozoa, fungi) 13. Which cells (A, B, and/or ... STATION E: DICHOTOMOUS KEY Use the dichotomous key to identify microbes A-E.

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Creating A Dichotomous Key

Here is an example of a dichotomous key. Suppose you have four insects (ladybug, housefly, dragonfly, and a grasshopper). After studying the insects, you might use wing ...

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Constructing a Dichotomous Key

For example, the scientific name for the southern red ... with extreme habitats and unusual metabolism Bacteria ... Constructing a Dichotomous Key A taxonomic key is used for ...

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UNIT

... system based on a variety of factors (for example ... differences between the two kingdoms/domains of bacteria. Students should be able to: Construct a dichotomous key ...

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Lesson Plan one

... other species of animals, plants, fungi and bacteria, is facilitated by the use of dichotomous keys. A dichotomous key ... For example, if they used gender write 1a. Boys ...

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Biology 225

A common example in bacteria is regulation of -galactosidase, an enzyme involved in ... Dichotomous keys: identification of unknown bacterium based on the answers to a ...

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Chapter 11 - Objectives

Chapter 11 - Objectives. The Prokaryotes: Domains Bacteria and Archaea. Make a dichotomous key to distinguish among the Alpha Proteobacteria. (See the example on page ...

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