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Slide 1 Slide 2 Slide 3 Slide 4 Slide 5 Slide 6 Reference Slide 8 Slide 9 Slide 10 Slide 11 Slide 12 Slide 13 Slide 14 Slide 15 Slide 16 Slide 17 Slide 18 Slide 19 Slide 20 Slide 21 Slide 22 Phylogenetic relationships - The Tree Of Life Slide 24 Slide 25 Phylogenetic Relationship – The Tree of Life Slide 27 Slide 28 Slide 29 Slide 30 Slide 31 Slide 32 Slide 33 I. Cell Shape and Size I. Cell Shape and Size
4.1 Cell Morphology (cell shape) & arrangement Slide 37 The Bt-toxin controversy – saviour or killer? 4.1 Cell morphology (cell shape) 4.1 Cell morphology (cell shape) 4.1 Cell Morphology is an advantage I. Cell Shape and Size 4.2 Cell Size Slide 44 4.2 Cell size - Some Very Large Prokaryotes 4.2 Cell Size – small size is an advantage 	4.2 Surface Area and Volume Relationships in Cells Slide 48 II. The Cytoplasmic Membrane and Transport Slide 50 Slide 51 Slide 52 II. The Cytoplasmic Membrane and Transport Slide 54 Slide 55 Slide 56 Slide 57 4.3 The Cytoplasmic Membrane in Bacteria and Archaea	4.3 The Cytoplasmic Membrane in Bacteria and Archaea	4.3 The Cytoplasmic Membrane in Bacteria and Archaea	Structure of a Phospholipid Bilayer	4.3 The Cytoplasmic Membrane in Bacteria and Archaea	Slide 63 Slide 64 4.3 The Cytoplasmic Membrane in Bacteria and Archaea	4.3 The Cytoplasmic Membrane in Bacteria and Archaea	4.3 The Cytoplasmic Membrane in Bacteria and Archaea	Summary: Bacteria, Eucarya and Archaea
II. The Cytoplasmic Membrane and Transport The Major Functions of the Cytoplasmic Membrane (Over View) Slide 73 4.4 The Functions of Cytoplasmic Membranes Diffusion versus Transporters 4.5 Transport and Transport Systems Three major classes of transporters Structure of Membrane-Spanning Transporters Slide 80 Function of Some Well-Characterized Simple Transporters Three major classes of transporters 4.5 Transport and Transport Systems Mechanisms of the Phosphotransferase System of E. coli Slide 85 Three major classes of transporters 4.5 Transport and Transport Proteins Mechanism of an ABC Transporter Slide 89 Slide 90 4.5 Transport and Transport Proteins Slide 92 III. Cell Walls of Prokaryotes	III. Cell Walls of Prokaryotes 4.6 The Cell Wall of Bacteria: Peptidoglycan Slide 96 4.6 The Cell Wall of Bacteria (cont’d): Slide 98 Cell Walls of Gram-Positive & Gram-Negative Bacteria Structure of the Repeating Unit in Peptidoglycan Peptidoglycan in E. coli and S. aureus Slide 102 Slide 103 Slide 104 Differences between Gram +ve & Gram –ve cell wall 4.8 Cell Walls of Archaea Pseudomurein 4.8 Cell Walls of Archaea 4.9 Cell Surface Layers, Pili, and Fimbriae 4.9 Cell Surface Layers, Pili, and Fimbriae Slide 113 Slide 114 4.9 Cell Surface Layers, Pili, and Fimbriae 4.10 Cell Inclusions Slide 117 Slide 118 4.11 Gas Vesicles Gas Vesicles of Cyanobacteria 4.12 Endospores The Bacterial Endospore 4.1 Cell Morphology (cell shape) and arrangement The Life Cycle of an Endospore-Forming Bacterium Endospore Structure Structure of the Bacterial Endospore Stages in Endospore Formation Differences between Endospores and Vegetative Cells Differences between Endospores and Vegetative Cells (cont’d) V. Microbial Locomotion		4.13 Flagella and Motility Flagella structure – 3 parts Slide 134 The Prokaryotic Flagellum Bacterial Flagella	Function of the Gram-Negative Flagellum Flagella structure – Gram-ve and Gram +ve Flagella Biosynthesis Slide 140 Archaeal Flagella: 
4.14 Gliding Motility Gliding Motility - Gliding Motility – Mechanisms Gliding Bacteria Gliding Motility in Flavobacterium Johnsoniae 4.15 Cell Motion as a Behavioral Response: Microbial Taxes 4.15 Cell Motion as a Behavioral Response: Microbial Taxes Chemotaxis in Peritrichously Flagellated Bacterium Slide 150 Slide 151 Slide 152 Slide 153 Slide 154 Slide 155 Slide 156