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    Chapter 12: Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi

    346 CHAPTER 12 Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi Types of Bacteria Two main groups of bacteria are archaebacteria (ar kee bak TIHR ee uh) and eubacteria (YOO bak tihr ee uh). ... and near deep ocean vents. Some anaerobic archaebacteria live in the digestive tracts of animals

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    Fungi in Marine Environments - DRS at National Institute Of ...

    ... the existence of true saprobic marine fungi was often . 3.3 questioned, for ... the open ocean waters (pelagic) and in bottom (benthic) zones. However, majority of the studies on marine fungi are related to forms occurring in various types of submerged materials in waters and sediments ...

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    Chapter 1 Microbes in the Marine Environment

    bacteria, archaea, fungi, and protists), and their place in the living ... On the basis of surface ocean temperatures, the marine ecosystem Indian Ocean SouthernAtlanticPacific Figure 1.5 ... This chapter has introduced the marine environment and the various types of marine microbes that are ...

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    Bacteria, Protista, and Fungi

    LAB Bacteria, Protista, and Fungi Date: Name: ... Bacteria and Molds: types of colonies ... ocean after the diatoms. Dinoflagellates have flagella and plates of cellulose. When nutrients are abundant, some

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    New Fungi from Mississippi

    New Fungi from Mississippi ... or local species, both among fungi and the higher plants. Types of the following are in the herbaria of the authors, and duplicates ... Also previously collected at Ocean Springs, Miss. Ustilago caricicola

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    Characteristics of Fungi - University of Southern Mississippi

    ... loosely organized mass of filamentous hyphae Aspergillus niger Dimorphic Fungi Most serious fungal pathogens Grow as yeast or mold ... hyphae are involved in nutrient absorption Typically wind dispersed Commonly used to identify fungal pathogens Two types of asexual spores ...

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    KEY CONCEPT Most fungi are decomposers. - Oak Lawn

    •About different types of fungi • How fungi interact with other organisms KEY CONCEPT Most fungi are ... (FUHN-jy), at least most fungi, are decomposers. Fungi break down, or decompose, the complex carbon compounds that are part of living matter. ... rials for ocean-living organisms.

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    Chapter 20: Fungi - CoconinoHighSchool

    A Brightly colored coral fungi resemble ocean corals. B A fungus killed this insect by feeding on its tissues. C A ring of mushrooms ... ferent types of fungi growing in the nest. 6. Measure in SIOutline the steps you would take

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    Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi - Indiana State University

    Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi Introduction This lab marks the beginning of our study of the diversity of life. Hopefully, you will gain a ... Three distinct types of protists are available: Amoeba, Euglena, and Paramecium. Their general characteristics are

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    Types of Microorganisms - BowNET

    Types of Microorganisms •Bacteria ... •Fungi –Yeasts & molds •Protozoa. History Anton van Leeuwenhoek –Made lenses or simple microscopes •Magnification about 300x –Discovered protozoa in drop of water ... •Volcanic vents in ocean.

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    6 - Marine Microbes

    Nutritional!Types!!! Cyanobacteria& Other&Photosynthetic&Bacteria& Chemosynthetic&Bacteria& & Heterotrophic&Bacteria& & Organelles&of&Movement& Nitrogen!Fixation!and!Nitrification! ... Obligate!marine!fungi!require!brackish!or!ocean!water!to!grow!and!reproduce.! b.

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    Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi - Chaparral Star Academy

    Animal like protist. ... Think about how large the ocean is and all the algae that lives in it. Green algae. Red algae-Brown algae- Kelp. Fungi. Most fungi are multicellular eukaryotes. Some like yeast are single celled eukaryotes. ... Types of Fungi.

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    What good are microbes, anyway? - BEAM at UCLA

    In the previous lesson, we learned all about two types of microbes: bacteria and fungi. We learned that bacteria, although normally too small to see, can be found practically anywhere on the planet. ... like plastics in landfills or oil spilled in the ocean.

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    Fungi - Biology Junction

    KINGDOM FUNGI * * * Mycologists have ... Kingdom began in ocean during Precambrian (Late Proterozoic era) ... (Filament at 25oC & Round at 37oC) * Dimorphic Fungi SEXUAL REPRODUCTION Haploid 1n hyphae from 2 mating types (+ and -) FUSE (Fertilization) ...

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    Fun facts about oceans - Fernbank Museum of Natural History

    An ocean is a large body of salt water that covers most of the Earth. Fun facts about oceans: What are the different types of oceans? There is only one type of ocean on ... and fungi growing on dead logs and branches get to! e . wl . e oil. ranch. ts in the .

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    Protists and Fungi - Tenafly Public Schools

    They attach to rocks or form large floating beds in ocean waters with only the top part exposed to sunlight. ... What are mushrooms? There are many different types of edible mushrooms. How many can you name that you’ve eaten? ... Protists and Fungi

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    UNIT KINGDOMS OF 2 LIFE IN THE SEA

    DISCUSS basic cell structure and different types of nutrition. Look at the organism shown above. ... Hundreds of species of fungi exist, both on land and in the ocean. Plantae: Plants are multicellular, ... The monerans include the unicellular organisms known as a. seaweeds b. fungi c. bacteria ...

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    Abundance and Diversity of fungi in salt pan and marine ...

    Abundance and Diversity of fungi in salt pan and marine ecosystem of the east coast of Tamil Nadu, ... names that the marine fungi of obligate types are those that grow and sporulate exclusively in a marine and estuarine ... Ocean, Indian Ocean, South East Asia and

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    VIII. Kingdom Protista- (protists) - Monmouth Telecom User Pages

    There are three main types of protists (see B, C, ... kelp forests under the ocean and is used in making some foods. ... use spores to reproduce. Unlike fungi, fungi-like protists are able to move at some point in their lives 1. Slime mold- A fungus-like protist that can be seen without a

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    Working with Bacteria and Fungi - VWR International

    of the ocean to the internal organs of other living things, ... This occurs when hyphae of opposite mating types grow together and fuse. ... General Technique for Bacteria and Fungi Cultures Caution: Do not work with pathogenic ...

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    Chapter 2 Diseases of Fish and Shellfish Caused by Marine Fungi

    mangrove crab is widely distributed in the tropical Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean, while thebluecrabisintheAtlanticCoastof NorthAmerica. ... polymorphic zoospores including primary and secondary types. H. philippinensis ... the fungi showed many brown spots in the gill filaments, ...

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    Protozoa

    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Good fungi ... ex. Spirogyra Some anchor to ocean ... Food vacuole Phylum Zoomastigina Disease Phylum Sporazoa Disease analogies Slide 31 Algae Characteristics 4 types of ...

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    Classification of Organisms - Enrichment Plus

    a six kingdom system for classification: Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Protista, Eubacteria, and Archaebacteria. (Not to ... Only a few types of organisms can make their own food without chloroplasts, ... ocean floor near a volcanic vent A. Archaebacteria B. Eubacteria C. Protista

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    The Fungi of the Azores

    found on them must have reached them across a wide expanse of ocean.* They have, however, been colonized by Europeans since the I5th century; ... the accidental introduction of fungi by human activity. The islands fall into three groups, ...

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    Classification & Origin of Life - fuhsd

    ... and H2 present in atmosphere H2O in ocean Electricity added (provided electrons) ... Kingdoms Monera (Prokaryotes) Protista Euglena, Amoeba, etc. Plantae Fungi Animalia Classification: ... Overview Cell Types: ...

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    KINGDOM PROTISTA - English FCS

    The unicellular algae make up marine phytoplankton which are also an important part of the ocean’s food chain. ... manure, fruit, and starchy food. Examples of these types of fungi are: 1. Bread mold (Rhizopus) 2. White rusts. Sexual reproduction by production of zygospores.

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    Bacteria, Fungi, and Plants Illustrated - Carolina

    ... Fungi, and Plants Illustrated All rights reserved. ... Bacteria Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... the deep Pacific Ocean in 1983. Many archaea inhabit extreme environments that are inhospitable to other life

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    NOAA MARINE MICROBES WORKSHOP REPORT

    Ocean phytoplankton, ... These microbes can use all types of metabolism and feeding strategies that have evolved on Earth. Chemotroph ... in response to biotic stresses, such as bacteria, fungi, and viruses and/or abiotic stresses, such as increased water

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    Intro to Fungi - PPT - Arkansas State University

    Kingdom Fungi The characteristics of fungi ... Kingdom began in ocean during Precambrian (Late Proterozoic era) ... provides food Three main types of lichens: Crustose lichens form flat crusty plates. Foliose lichens are leafy in appearance, ...

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    Intro. to the Fungi ( PowerPoint Presentation) - A-State

    ... provides food Three main types of lichens: Crustose lichens form flat ... All fungi require water and oxygen (no obligate anaerobes). Fungi grow in almost every habitat imaginable, as long as there is some type of organic matter present and ... Kingdom began in ocean during ...

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    Protists and Fungi - Weebly

    Protists and Fungi Chapter 19. Domain Eukarya Kingdom Protista. Protists and Fungi ... • Found deep in the ocean because they can ... • Three types of fungus‐like protists:

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    Germs: Viruses, Bacteria, and Fungi - PetEducation.com

    Germs: Viruses, Bacteria, and Fungi ... disease. Included in this category are certain viruses, bacteria, and fungi. What is the difference between these three types of ... places where it was once thought 'nothing' could survive. There are bacteria in the soil, at the depths of the ocean ...

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    Bacteria, Viruses, Protists, and Fungi - pc|mac

    bacteria, viruses, protists, and fungi. Environmental microbiologists, like the one ... vents on the ocean floor, and around volcanoes. ... Biologists add dyes to the bacteria to identify the two major types of bacteria—those with and those without an outer layer of lipid, ...

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    Praxis Review for Science - Kean University

    Humans cannot drink ocean water because the high salt concentration in the ocean has a dehydrating effect on the body and will make thirst worse. ... There are various types of parasitic fungi, including the yeast Candida albicans, a common human pathogen.

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    CLASSIFICATION OF ORGANISMS - Paulding County School District

    What are the 6 Kingdoms? Archaebacteria Bacteria (Eubacteria) Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia Kingdom ... a form of mitosis Kingdom Bacteria Different types of bacteria are classified by how ... live in extremely hot water like that found in ocean vents and hot springs Salt Lovers ...

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    KEY CONCEPT Classification systems change as scientists learn ...

    Fungi p .63 Archaea p. 63 Bacteria p. 63 BEFORE, you learned • Scientists give each species a unique scientific name • There are seven levels of classification •Dichotomous keys help us identify organisms NOW, you will learn ... to observe that there are three fundamentally different types ...

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    Biodiversity and characterization of marine mycota from ...

    the pattern of succession of the marine fungi communities identified in wood baits submerged in two Portuguese marinas ... for each marina and for both types of wood bait. The majority of ... Mediterranean and in the western Pacific Ocean than to those found in colder waters of the

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    OCN621: Biological Oceanography- Sediment Microbiology

    ... Fungi and protists are commonly present in all types of marine sediment. 4) Bacteria and archaea were collectively called ... extension in the in the Indian Ocean (Raghukumara et al. 2004) 9 Bacterial Distribution in Marine Sediments