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By Darralyn McCall

ISBN-10: 0632044187

ISBN-13: 9780632044184

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C. allowing only one half-reaction to occur. d. only under aerobic conditions. Short Answer 5. Consider bacterium A that oxidizes hydrogen as a source of energy and uses reduction of nitrate to nitrite as the other half-reaction. 2 lor these half-reactions). Which bacterium can obtain more energy from the oxidation of an equivalent amount of hydrogen? 6. Bacteria can obtain energy by the oxidation of chemicals. Using the Gibb's free energy change for an oxidation/reduction (redox) reaction, discuss what variables determine the amount of energy available from a redox reaction.

What are unit membranes and why are they selectively permeable? • What structures are inside and outside the bacterial cell? / What are the diffirent baclerial shapes? / What are gram-negative and gram-positive bacleria? / What is peptidoglycan? / I1 l hal are Ihe properties andjiu"tions if bacterial slructures? , spirochete), filamentous, and appendaged. Bacterial shape is primarily determined by cell wall structure and is one of the properties used to identify and classify bacteria. All bacteria have a cell wall with the exception of the mycoplasma group of bacteria (consisting of six genera), the most common being the genera Mycoplasma and Ureaplasma.

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