Lessons for Bacteria

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  • Introductory Microbiology - … alive. Bacteria - the smallest living organisms. Bacilli - rod-shaped bacteria. Cocci - round-shaped bacteria. Spirilli - spiral-shaped bacteria. Staphylo - prefix for clumps of bacteria. Strepto - prefix for chains of bacteria. Pathogenic - disease … to stain bacteria so that they can be seen under a microscope. Gram positive bacteria - bacteria that stain blue. Gram negative bacteria - bacteria that stain …
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  • Bacteria: Friend or Foe? - … bacteria ! explore where bacteria can be found in everyday life ! describe what distinguishes bacteria from other organisms Key Words Include: aerobic, anaerobic, antibiotics, bacteria … plate x 102 = # of bacteria in dilution tube; # of bacteria in dilution tube x 10[# of dilutions] = # of bacteria in original sample tube). Document your findings on the # of bacteria/cc …
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  • Introduction To Bacteria - … are pathogenic bacteria? Where do these harmful bacteria usually live? Describe how bacteria can cause food poisoning. Give two examples of bacteria that cause … how quickly bacteria reproduce. ( Bacteria's rapid reproduction increases the likelihood that a particularly hardy type of bacteria will emerge. This bacteria will then … at which bacteria multiply.) Why is it important to continue to learn about bacteria? ( New strains of bacteria are always emerging, and bacteria can …
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  • Superbugs: An Evolving Concern - … does that suggest about variations that exist in the bacteria population? Which bacteria survived? What trait did they pass on to other … disease-causing bacteria? What can you say about the bacteria that sur- vive?" and "Research experiments have shown that harmless bacteria that become resistant to antibiotics can transfer that resistance to other bacteria, including disease-causing bacteria. How does this …
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  • How Do You Get Your Energy? - … for bacteria living inside it. The bacteria, in exchange, create sugars that are shared with the tubeworm. Other bacteria, such as heatloving (thermophilic) bacteria … of bacteria growing on the agar? How is this bacteria different from bacteria that lives at hydrothermal vents? How widespread do the bacteria seem … bacteria? (Hydrothermal vent clams and mussels have symbiotic relationships with chemosynthetic bacteria. Termites have cellulose-digesting bacteria in their guts. Cows depend on bacteria
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  • Bacteria: Friend or Foe - … species of bacteria. Here are some pictures of bacteria magnified many, many times." (Show students pictures of magnified bacteria. Point out that bacteria are … . Good bacteria can fight of bad bacteria in the digestive system. Bacteria help garbage and sewage to decompose. If there were not bacteria, there … or harmful bacteria. Some bacteria produce oxygen. "The amount of good bacteria in the world far out numbers the amount of bad bacteria. Bacteria are …
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  • Bacteria, Bacteria Everywhere! - … bacteria reproduce? NTTI Spring 2008 Page 5 of 9 Bacteria, Bacteria Everywhere! Ronda Cunningham Augusta County Public Schools How Fast Can Bacteria Grow? Problem: Bacteria … 2008 Page 6 of 9 Bacteria, Bacteria Everywhere! Ronda Cunningham Augusta County Public Schools Graph the number of bacteria vs. the amount of … Page 7 of 9 Bacteria, Bacteria Everywhere! Ronda Cunningham Augusta County Public Schools (KEY) How Fast Can Bacteria Grow? Problem: Bacteria reproduce by a …
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  • Petri-fied of Bacteria - … define bacteria and to explain how bacteria can be both harmful and helpful. 2. Explore how microbiology is used to research bacteria in … on the board prior to class): What are bacteria? How are bacteria harmful? How can bacteria be helpful? Students then share their answers … are bacteria? - How can bacteria be harmful? - How can bacteria be helpful? - Where would you expect to find a lot of bacteria or other …
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  • And the Bacteria Ran Away with the Petri Dish - … , bacteria, free video Bacteria: Life History and Ecology Additional resource, bacteria Epidemic Additional resouce, bacteria Infection, Detection, Prevention Additional resource, bacteria Microbeworld Additional resource, bacteria Background For Teachers: Bacteria
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  • Bacteria: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - … slides of bacteria found on a common kitchen sponge. www.ebiomedia.com/gall/bacteria This site has a gallery of bacteria and mold … : determine how bacteria cause food to rot identify how to prevent growth of bacteria distinguish between good and bad bacteria E1 Bacteria: The Good … and bad bacteria? What types of good bacteria have you consumed this week? Do you suppose there are any bad bacteria in this …
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