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- 1 1. Describe the four phases of a microbial growth curve observed when microbes are grown in a batch culture 2. Describe three hypotheses proposed to account for the decline in cell numbers during the death phase of a growth curve 3. Predict how the presence of viable but nonculturable cells in food or water systems might impact public health 46
Catechists: Viator, December 14; Charles Borromeo, November 4; Robert Bellarmine, September 17 Catholic action: Francis of Assisi, October 4 Catholic writers/press: Francis de Sales, January 24 Cattle: Cornelius, September 16 Cavalrymen: George, April 23 Charitable societies: Vincent de Paul, September 27
13 . 14 . Microfilaments • Small protein filaments, 4 to 7 nm in diameter ... –some shown to form nuclear lamina –others help link cells together to form tissues 16 . ... • Reproduce by binary fission as do bacterial cells 44 . Mitochondrial Structure • Outer membrane
3.2 A Typical Bacterial Cell 1. Distinguish a typical bacterial cell from a typical plant or animal cell in terms of cell shapes and arrangements, size, and cell structures 2. Discuss the factors that determine the size and shape of a bacterial cell. 3
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Biology 6C 67 Exercise 3B Estimating Population Size: Mark-Recapture Parts of this lab adapted from General Ecology Labs, Dr. Chris Brown, Tennessee Technological University and Ecology on Campus, Dr. Robert Kingsolver, Bellarmine University. Introduction One of the goals of population ecologists is to explain patterns of species distribution and
Bacterial Cell Structure 1 3 . ... Bacterial and Archaea Structure and Function • Prokaryotes differ from eukaryotes in size and simplicity