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Post by Macy Li on July 26 at 01:46:12 PM

Prof. McIntyre's lessons are always AMAZING! I love them and they're awesome.

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Last reply by: Davinder Arora
Sun Aug 10, 2014 11:55 AM

Post by stephen legge on January 24, 2013

Do Vaccines treat or prevent disease?

Bacteria

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Objectives 0:06
    • Objectives
  • Common Characteristics 0:26
    • Common Characteristics
  • Diagram of Bacteria 3:37
    • No Membrane-bound Nucleus
    • Cytoplasm & Ribosomes
    • Protection
    • Movement
    • Diagram of Bacteria
  • Aerobes and Anaerobes 6:05
    • Aerobes
    • Anaerobes
    • Example
  • Obtaining Food 6:42
    • Producers
    • Consumers
  • Eubacteria 8:18
    • Cyanobacteria
    • Gram's Stain Experiment: Gram-positive, and Gram-negative
  • Archaebacteria 9:57
    • Archaebacteria
    • Live in Extreme Conditions
    • Anaerobic
    • Examples
  • Asexual Reproduction 11:18
    • Binary Fission
  • Helpful Bacteria 12:56
    • Helpful Bacteria
  • Harmful Bacteria 15:23
    • Pathogens: Disease-causing Bacteria
    • Toxins
  • Vaccines 17:17
    • Vaccines
  • Example 1: What is the Difference between Producer Bacteria and Consumer Bacteria 18:14
  • Example 2: What is the Difference Between Eubacteria and Archaebacteria 19:00
  • Example3: What is the Difference Between an Antibiotic and a Vaccine? 20:04
  • Example 4: Name the Process Shown Below 21:30