1. Prokaryote
    DNA is unbound and free in the cytoplasm
  2. Parasitism
    A relationship where one organism lives, as it kills the other
  3. Mutualism
    Relationship where both organisms benefit from each other
  4. Commensalism
    Relationship that benefits one organism and leaves the other unaffected
  5. heterocysts
    cells that are a bit larger than other cells
  6. Ubiquitous
    Found everywhere
  7. Cyanobacteria (phototrophic)
    Bacteria that are able to produce their own carbohydrates
  8. Heterotrophic
    Dependent upon an outside source for nutrition
  9. Compound microscope
    light microscope used to see organisms. higher magnifying power.

    parts: ocular pieces, head, arm, stage, course and fine focus, objective lenses, base.
  10. Dissecting Microscope
    Low magnification to examine small animals or plants
  11. Shape of coccus
    circular bunches
  12. shape of bacillus
    bunches of tubes
  13. shape of spirillum
    s shaped strings
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    Staphylococcus aureus
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    Spirillum volutans
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    Salmonella enteritidis
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    • Oscillatoria
    • cyanobacterium
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    • Anabaena
    • anabaena and azolla have a mutualistic relationship
    • cyanobacterium
  19. Purple
    • Gram stain +
    • susceptible to penicillin
  20. pink
    • Gram stain -
    • resistant to penicillin
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