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Microbiology - Whole Unit Study Notes

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These notes summarise all the materials covered in the course. Covers SLE234 - Microbiology.

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Organelles Bacteriology Cellular processes Cell cycle Membrane biology Cell Bacteria Endomembrane system Mitochondrion Vesicle Transformation Microorganism
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Organelles Bacteriology Cellular processes Cell cycle Membrane biology Cell Bacteria Endomembrane system Mitochondrion Vesicle Transformation Microorganism
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It is made up of: - 50% microorganisms - 35% plants - 15% animals 90% of the cells in our body are bacterial. Characteristics of Microorganisms 1. Mostly unicellular and microscopic 2. Metabolise: ingest/assimilate nutrients/chemicals, transform ingested material, release energy and excrete waste products. Metabolism is the uptake of chemicals from their environment, their transformation within the cell, and elimination of wastes into the environment. The cell is thus an open system. 3. Reproduce: They biochemically synthesise more cells. Chemicals from the environment are turned into new cells under the direction of pre-existing cells. 4. Differentiate: Alter form or function. Formation of a new cell structure such as a spore, usually as part of a cellular life cycle. 5. Communicate: Respond to chemical signals in the environment (produced by other cell), â€...
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