- Oklahoma State University - Stillwater
- Microbiology 2123
Last Modified: 2011-07-16
- RNA polymerase holoenzyme
- Binding of the RNA polymerase to the promoter
- Melting of the Helix
- core polysaccharide
- Lipid-A toxic
- without an electron transport system
- without a terminal electron acceptor
- in the absence of oxygen
- Organic fertilizer
- Preserve food (pickles)
- Improve digestibility (bread)
- Add nutrients and flavors (wine)
- Modify binding site
- Destroy the antibiotic
- Modify the antibiotic
- Pump out the antibiotic
makes up the gram-positive thick cell wall.
Meant to kill Q fever.
Low temperatures SLOW GROWTH. put stress on growth.
inhibits 70S ribosome formation.
Inhibits aminoacyl-tRNA binding to the A site.
Causes abortive translocation.
inhibits initiation of transcription.
Stop codon: UAG, UAA, UGA
Ex: Salmonella changes Flagellum from one type to another by rearranging (inverting) a DNA segment that contains the promoter that controls one flagella type and the repressor for the other second flagella type... so now the other flagella type is made and this is called phase variation.
"Random Walk"- Toward food by sensing the environment. hot/cold. caused by swims and tumbles.
don't eat grandma's green beans... "home canning".
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