Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic Cells
Growth and Metabolism in Human vs. Prokaryotic Cells
Replication of a Bacterial Chromosome
Basic Neutrients Required by Pathogenic Microorganisms
Growth of Bacteria on Agar or Liquid Broth Culture
Equation for Bacterial Growth
Simplistic method for Bacterial Growth
Growth of Bacterial Colonies
Kinetics of Bacterial Growth in Liquids
3 Major Types of Bacteria Energy Aquisition
Oxygen Derived Toxic Metabolites
Anaerobic Bacterial Growth
Metabolites and Bacterium
End Product of Bacterial Growth
Anaerobic Infection — smells putrid to anaerobic fermentation that causes anaerobic organic compounds to be released
Facultative Bacterial Growth
Exogenous vs. Endogenous Infection
Objectives for Bacterial Genetics
Rapid Growth and High Numbers
Genetic Perspective of Bacterial Adaptation
Genetic Exchange in Bacteria
What are Bacteriophages?
Features of Bacteriophages
Lytic vs. Lysogenic Cycle
Cell Replication vs. Plasmid Integration
Transformation of Plasmids
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Consequences of Transposition (Different than earlier slide)
Summary of Genetic Exchange Mechanisms
Examples of Virulence Factors
Antibacterial Agents and Resistance
Can transposons be transferred by this mechanism?
F- Factor is what?
Can transposons be transferred by this mechanism? Yes
F- Factor is what? Plasmid.
What is this process called?