[10]LiuZhiheng,Modern Microbiology, Science publishing company,2002 [11]YangJianxin, Microbial Ecology,Chemistry industry book concern,2004 [12]ZhouDeqin,Microbiology Tutorial(Edition One、Edition Two,Higher education publishing company,1993、2002 [13]KongFanxiang,Environment Microbilogy, Higher education,2000 [14]Shuruyong,Libo,ZhuGeyang, Common Ecology, Higher education.1993 [15]ShiJiahui,Xuyatong,ZhangShengzhang, Environment Microbilogy [16]HuJiaju,Zhouqunying, Environment Microbilogy, Higher education, © 2020 SlideServe | Powered By DigitalOfficePro, - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -. an introduction to ecology and the biosphere. Select Chapter 16 - Microbial Process for Riboflavin Production. Get powerful tools for managing your contents. 7.5 The Study of Microbial Growth •Microbial growth occurs at two levels: growth at a cellular level with increase in size, and increase in population •Division of bacterial cells occurs mainly through binary fission (transverse) –Parent cell enlarges, duplicates its chromosome, and forms a central transverse septum dividing the cell a plot of microbial, Microbial Community Analysis - . Intertidal Ecology - . [2]Amann R I,Ludwig W,Schleifer K H. Microbiol Rev,1995,59:143~169. Lecture 16 - Estimation of Diversity . Chapter 9: The Human Population Environmental Science: Holt pages 234-247. Create stunning presentation online in just 3 steps. Introduction to Ecology - . this week’s lecture. Gene Regulation 3. 3.1 what is ecology?. Microorganisms’ Repair to Environment Contamination (1)、Principles and Applications of Microorganisms used in Waste Water Treatment • 1、General guidelines for microbiologic quality of waters : • 2、Aerobic Microbial Treatment • 3、Anaerobic Microbial Treatment • 4、Activated Sludge Treatment • 5、Membrane Filtration Technique • 6、Photosynthetic Bacteria Treatment, Figure 9-12 Metallograph of the Floc formed by the zoogloea bacilli and the filamentous bacilli in Activated Sludge [From Lansing M.Prescott et al Microbiology(fifth edition)], PSB treatment No.1 Dense waste water BOD10000ml/L Unfreeze treatment Adjust pH Bacterium trough Refluence Cultivate trough Deposition pool Oxidation pool No.2 No.3 No.4 Thalli utilization Rare wasteBOD500ml/Lauound Figure 9-13 Waste Water Treatment with Photosynthetic Bacteria. Microbial Oceanography - . This book presents selected recent hot-topics in the application of advanced omics methods to the field of microbial ecology. Lecture 16 - Estimation of Diversity . Lecture 15 - Melting Curves, PCR, and Cloning . understand what ecology is. Light S Chlorobium sp. population ecology. generalized term. That's a lot of germs, but not all of these tiny creatures are harmful. ecology the study of the relationships between organisms and their environment. Control of Microbial Growth: Definitions Sterilization: Killing or removing all forms of microbial life (including endospores) in a material or an object. highly adaptable only natural, Figure 9-1 Thiomargarita namibiensis ,the World`s Known, 9.1.4 Microorganism Grown inside and outside Organisms, 9.2 The Relationships of Microbials and also with other, Figure 9-3 Diagrammatize transverse sectionabout plant`s, 9.3 Microbial’s effect in biogeochemical cycles, 9. robert l. buchanan u.s. dhhs food and drug, Community and Population Ecology - . chapter 6. core case study: american alligator. 2、The Microbiota of the Plants (1) RhizosphereMicroorganisms (2)adnascent Microorganisms (3)endogenesis Microorganisms, 9.2 The Relationships of Microbials and also with other Organisms 1.Neutralism 2. Larry L. Barton studies the physiological activities of environmentally important microorganisms, focusing on energetics of bacterial inorganic metabolism and bacterial bioremediation. dr hugh possingham the university of queensland (professor of, Ecology - . lecture 6: 6/5/2014. Microbiological Ecology : Microbial ecology is the study of the behavior and activities of microorganisms in their natural environments. Ecology is the study of how living things interact with each other and their environment. Indicater Organisms as an index of possible contamination • Current Drinking Water Standards in China:No more than 100 bacteriums in single 1ml tap water,and no more than 3 coliforms in single 1L water. 9.2 Introduction 244. ... chapter 1 ppt. Figure 9-3 Diagrammatize transverse sectionabout plant`s Endomycorrhizaeand Ectomycorrhizae, spit CO2,CH4,H2… Gas from mouth Quickly reproduce in the rumen A great deal thalli was digested by the abomasum Fibrous fodder excrement Nature bacterium Organic acid,ethanol Absorb by rumen milk,beef Figure 9-4 microbial metabolize relation in milch cow’s rumen, 4. [From Lansing M. Prescott et al Microbiology (fifth edition)], 9.1.2 Microorganisms in atmosphere Table 9-1 Bacterium quantity in 1M3 air in different environments (From ZhouDeqin, ,Edition One,Page284), 9.1.3 Microorganisms in Soil Environment Bacterium quantities have a general decuple degression law per gram soil :bacteria(~108)>actinomyces(~107)>mildew(~106)>microzyne(~105)>algae(~104)>protozoan(~103), 9.1.4 Microorganism Grown inside and outside Organisms 1、Normal Microbiota of the Humans Body and Animals. Create stunning presentation online in just 3 steps. [From Lansing M. Prescott et al Microbiology (fifth edition)], 9.1.2 Microorganisms in atmosphere Table 9-1 Bacterium quantity in 1M3 air in different environments (From ZhouDeqin, ,Edition One,Page284), 9.1.3 Microorganisms in Soil Environment Bacterium quantities have a general decuple degression law per gram soil :bacteria(~108)>actinomyces(~107)>mildew(~106)>microzyne(~105)>algae(~104)>protozoan(~103), 9.1.4 Microorganism Grown inside and outside Organisms 1、Normal Microbiota of the Humans Body and Animals. These slides will cover all of the key points of the chapter and will be useful when studying for the AP Biology exam or any other Biology test. dr.a.m.deshmukh, prof and head, dept of microbiology, Chapter 55 - . Cell fundus Desulfuromonas.acetoxidans Cell fundus H2S CO2 CO2 Acetic acid • Figure 9-2 Mutualism mechanism between Desulfuromonas.acetoxidans and Chlorobium sp. 9.1.1 Microorganisms in Aquatic Environment 1. ), 3.Sulfur Cycle Organic sulfur ②Mineralization ①Sulfate reduction ④Desulfovibrio SO42- H2S ③Sulfur oxidation S ③Sulfur oxidation ⑤Sulfer reduction Figure 9-9 The Basic Sulur Cycle(Red arrow: Reaction operate by plants and microorganisms together ), 4.Phosphorus Cycle Organic Phosphorus Plants and Microorganism’s Assimilation Microbial decompose Phosphorous Acid or Dissolubility Phosphate Action of acid product microorganisms or production of Phosphorus Combined with electropositive in soil Infusibility Phosphate Figure 9-10 Microorganisms in Phosphorus Cycle, 5. basic principles of microbial control. a. identify. the sum of all chemical. the “we, Microbial Life in Soil - . attendance exam information vocab vortex rad review mp3. Microbiology: Microbial Ecology 1. dent 5301 introduction to oral biology dr. joel rudney. chapter 2 . how is earth, in a scientific sense, a “living planet”?. Microorganisms’ Repair to Environment Contamination (1)、Principles and Applications of Microorganisms used in Waste Water Treatment • 1、General guidelines for microbiologic quality of waters : • 2、Aerobic Microbial Treatment • 3、Anaerobic Microbial Treatment • 4、Activated Sludge Treatment • 5、Membrane Filtration Technique • 6、Photosynthetic Bacteria Treatment, Figure 9-12 Metallograph of the Floc formed by the zoogloea bacilli and the filamentous bacilli in Activated Sludge [From Lansing M.Prescott et al Microbiology(fifth edition)], PSB treatment No.1 Dense waste water BOD10000ml/L Unfreeze treatment Adjust pH Bacterium trough Refluence Cultivate trough Deposition pool Oxidation pool No.2 No.3 No.4 Thalli utilization Rare wasteBOD500ml/Lauound Figure 9-13 Waste Water Treatment with Photosynthetic Bacteria. chapter 1 lecture notes. microbial nutrition. 9.4 Biomats and Biofilms 247. chapter 1 lecture notes. Iron Cycle Aerobic,Thiobacillu.Thermophilic,Sulfol-obus Unknown chemical Fe3O4 Fe3+ Fe2+ Ferribacterium limneticum, Geobacter metallireducens, Geobacter sulfurreducens, Geovibrio ferrireducens, Desulfuromonas acetoxidans Fe3O4 Aquaspirillum magnetotacticum Anaerobicpurple phootrophic bacteria Figure 9-11 The basic Iron cycle Aerobic Anaerobic, 9. Microbiological Ecology : Microbial ecology is the study of the behavior and activities of microorganisms in their natural environments. Mutualism (1) Mutualism between microorganisms (2) Mutualism between propagation and microorganisms 3. 9.1 Microorganisms in Nature Ecosystem. contact info: julie huber lillie 305 x7291 jhuber@mbl.edu schedule: 21, Chapter 18 Introduction to Ecology - . 2012. goal for the day. 9.1 Microorganisms in Nature Ecosystem. [2]Amann R I,Ludwig W,Schleifer K H. Microbiol Rev,1995,59:143~169. Chapter 9 The Human Population PowerPoint Molecular Microbiol, 1997,25:619~637. Microbial Metabolism Basic Concepts of Metabolism Glycolytic Pathways Fermentation Respiration Photosynthesis Chemolithotrophy The Nitrogen Cycle Update: Feb 18, 2007 – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on PowerShow.com - id: 3b5a8a-ODk5Y conservation biology and restoration ecology. chapters 52. figure 50.3 rachel carson. Special Section on the Microbial Ecology of Heritage Materials; Section Editors: Ralph Mitchell & Chris McNamara. F… (3):Microorganisms used in treating solid castoffs. Ecosystem Ecology - Energy Flux - Bio-201 ecology. Types of Papers. SEBEK and D. PERLMAN. Freshwater microorganism. Each species in an ecosystem is thought to occupy a separate, unique niche. humans have probably studied animal behavior for as long, Introduction to Ecology – Whole Unit PowerPoint - . Nitrogencycle ④Ammonifying Orgaism nitrogen Nitrate assimil-ation ⑤Ammonium assimilation NH4+ biology Nitrogen fixation NO3- NH4+ AtmosphereN2 ②nitrification N2O assimilation NH2OH ②Nitrification NO ⑥Dissimilation Nitrate reduction ⑧Anammox process NO2- Figture 9-8 The Basic Nitrogen Cycle(Red arrows: Interaction between microorganisms and plants ;Yellowarrows: Important taches in Nitrogen Fixation. The field of microbial ecology is experiencing a new era of discovery leading to a greater understanding of the patterns, processes and mechanisms governing the structure and dynamics of microbiomes. Gene Expression. Pages 497-519. Parasitism • (1) Parasitism between microorganisms • (2) Plant-Microorganism Parasitism • (3) Animal-microorganism Parasitism, 5.Antagonism A B Figure 9-5 Antagonistic between Microbes(Figure A : Antagonistic bacillus antibiotic production and inhibition of growth of Verticillium dahliae; FigureB: Antagonistic, Actinomycete antibiotic production and inhibition of growth of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp.cucumerinum on an agar medium), 6Predation Figture 9-6 Predatory Fungus catch Nematode(From ZhangKeqin Predatory Fungus Biology>2001), 9.3 Microbial’s effect in biogeochemical cycles 1. Commonly, Bacterias in 1ml water: 10-100, Extremely cleanly water 100-1000,cleanly water 1000-10000, not quite cleanly water 10,000-100,000, uncleanness water More than1000.000, Extremely uncleanness wate, 3. 1. Carbon cycle Aerobic Anaerobic CH4 Photosyn-thesis Zymosis Alcohol,OrganicAcid,H2+CO2 CO2+H2O O2 +“CH2O” Respiraton Fossil fuel Figure 9-7 Carbon 、Hydrogen、Oxygen cycle in the nature, 2. Chapter 14 - Microbial Transformation of Steroids and Sterols. Pollution caused by microorganisms • (1)Atmosphere Pollution • (2)Aquatic Environment Pollution • (3)Terrestrial Environment Pollution (4)Eutrophication (nutrient enrichment) • (5)Pollution from microbe’ metabolize outcome, Table 9-2Pathogen microbes Spread by Atmosphere and the Disease Caused by Them, Table 9-3 Pathogen Microbes Enter into Water Through Dejection、Sewage, Table 9-4 Several pathogenic organisms’surviving time in the soil, Table 9-5 Comparation of Microbial in Oligotrophic and Eutrophic Lakes, Table 9-6 May Epiphyte Toxins and it’s Production Bacterium, 2. View Chapter 1 - Introduction to environmental microbiology.ppt from MIC 315 at Universiti Teknologi Mara. Lecture 21: Bacterial diversity and Microbial Ecology - . ecosystem ecology, Applied Mathematical Ecology/ Ecological Modelling - . slos. 9.1 Microorganisms in Nature Ecosystem 9.1.1 MicroorganismsinAquaticEnvironment 1. Chapter 7 Fundamentals of microbial population ecology 7.1 Introduction 7. Mutualism (1) Mutualism between microorganisms (2) Mutualism between propagation and microorganisms 3. define sterilization, disinfection, antisepsis, sanitization, Chapter 51 - . Indicater Organisms as an index of possible contamination • Current Drinking Water Standards in China:No more than 100 bacteriums in single 1ml tap water,and no more than 3 coliforms in single 1L water. Microorganisms’ Repair to Environment Contamination, Figure 9-12 Metallograph of the Floc formed by the zoogloea. 4 Microorganisms and the Environment Pollution • 1. Chapter Five: Interorganizational Relationships - . be able to. - comes from the greek words: oikos (house. Microbial ecologist employ a variety of diverse analytical techniques to understand the critical role of microbes in specific ecosystems and in maintaining life on earth. 9 Living Together: Microbial Communities 243. There are also medicines that help the body to kill off viruses that cause a myriad of diseases. Week 4 Lectures November 2001 - . Chapter 9 Microbial Ecology. 4 Microorganisms and the Environment Pollution • 1. Marine microorganism, Figure 9-1 Thiomargarita namibiensis ,the World`s Known the Largest Bacterium. what is ecology?. rocky shores sandy shores: sandy beaches muddy shores: mud flat. Molecular Microbiol, 1997,25:619~637. Nitrogencycle ④Ammonifying Orgaism nitrogen Nitrate assimil-ation ⑤Ammonium assimilation NH4+ biology Nitrogen fixation NO3- NH4+ AtmosphereN2 ②nitrification N2O assimilation NH2OH ②Nitrification NO ⑥Dissimilation Nitrate reduction ⑧Anammox process NO2- Figture 9-8 The Basic Nitrogen Cycle(Red arrows: Interaction between microorganisms and plants ;Yellowarrows: Important taches in Nitrogen Fixation. The average cell phone can harbor 25,000 microbes per square inch of its surface. Figure 9-3 Diagrammatize transverse sectionabout plant`s Endomycorrhizaeand Ectomycorrhizae, spit CO2,CH4,H2… Gas from mouth Quickly reproduce in the rumen A great deal thalli was digested by the abomasum Fibrous fodder excrement Nature bacterium Organic acid,ethanol Absorb by rumen milk,beef Figure 9-4 microbial metabolize relation in milch cow’s rumen, 4. the control of microbial growth. Biochar Application: Essential Soil Microbial Ecology outlines the cutting-edge research on the interactions of complex microbial populations and their functional, structural, and compositional dynamics, as well as the microbial ecology of biochar application to soil, the use of different phyto-chemical analyses, possibilities for future research, and recommendations for climate change policy. 9.1 Microorganisms in Nature Ecosystem. Microbiology: A Systems Approach, 2 nd ed. 6/7/13 Living Environment - . exam excitement. 9 LIVING TOGETHER: MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES 243 9.1 Central Themes 243 9.2 Introduction 244 9.2.1 Dominant Issues and Questions in Microbial Community Ecology 245 9.3 Metagenomics: A New Tool for Answering Community Ecology Questions 246 9.4 Biomats and Biofilms 247 9.4.1 Changes in Community Structure during Biofilm Succession 249 Microbial Ecology is a dedicated international forum for the presentation of high-quality scientific investigations of how microorganisms interact with their environment, with each other and with their hosts. ecology. ), 3.Sulfur Cycle Organic sulfur ②Mineralization ①Sulfate reduction ④Desulfovibrio SO42- H2S ③Sulfur oxidation S ③Sulfur oxidation ⑤Sulfer reduction Figure 9-9 The Basic Sulur Cycle(Red arrow: Reaction operate by plants and microorganisms together ), 4.Phosphorus Cycle Organic Phosphorus Plants and Microorganism’s Assimilation Microbial decompose Phosphorous Acid or Dissolubility Phosphate Action of acid product microorganisms or production of Phosphorus Combined with electropositive in soil Infusibility Phosphate Figure 9-10 Microorganisms in Phosphorus Cycle, 5. - Microbiology: a systems approach, 2 nd ed. Chapter 9 Microbial Ecology. [4]Koonin E V,Mushegian A R,GalperinY,et al. Mechanisms of Gene Transfer. When water is polluted by fecal contamination, bacterias and coliforms will increase. [5]Hugenholtz P,Goeble B M,Pace N R. J Bacteriol,1998,180(18):4765~4774. students will describe the roles of organisms and the flow of energy within an ecosystem. 9.1 Central Themes 243. prof. dr. ir. (2)Operation and Applications in dealing with Exhaust gas by Microorganisms • Microorganism filter method: A method using solid grain ,which contain microorganisms to absorb infectant in the air ,and then the microorganisms transfer them into innocuity substance. Table9-7 Major steps in Primary, Secondary, (2)Operation and Applications in dealing with Exhaust. dr mike dyall-smith haloarchaea research lab., lab 3.07, CHAPTER 18 Methods in Microbial Ecology - Microbial diversity – isolation, identification, and quantification microbial, Chapter 9 Microbial Ecology - . lab love. 7-1 define the, Microbial Ecology - . This includes living things (biotic factors) and non-living things (abiotic factors). November 2009, issue 4; October 2009, issue 3; August 2009, issue 2; July 2009, issue 1 overview: studying behavior. The survival of the human race depends mainly on the sustainability of the resources. Lecture 14 - Regulation and Microbial Ecology . [3]Amann R. SystAppl Microbiol,2000,23:1~8. 9.2.1 Dominant Issues and Questions in Microbial Community Ecology 245. dr mike dyall-smith haloarchaea research lab., lab 3.07, The Role of Predictive Microbiology in Microbial Risk Assessment - . Freshwatermicroorganism (1)Oligotrophic hydromicroorganism (2)Copiotrophic hydromicroorganism 2. • it is the scientific study of interactions among organisms and their environment, such as the interactions organis ms have with each other and with their abiotic environment. chapter 7: microbial nutrition, Lecture 21: Bacterial diversity and Microbial Ecology - . ecology. Lecture 14 - Regulation and Microbial Ecology . microbiological ecology : microbial ecology is the study of the behavior and activities, Microbial Genetics - İ. Çağatay acuner m.d., clinical microbiologist, ass ociate professor department of microbiology, Figure 9-1 Thiomargarita namibiensis ,the World`s Known, 9.1.4 Microorganism Grown inside and outside Organisms, 9.2 The Relationships of Microbials and also with other, Figure 9-3 Diagrammatize transverse sectionabout plant`s, 9.3 Microbial’s effect in biogeochemical cycles, 9. Created by the Best Teachers and used by over 51,00,000 students. Microbial Ecology lies at the heart of functioning for almost every ecosystem on the planet, from the deep-sea vents and subsurface systems, to human and animal well-being; from pristine marine and terrestrial environments to industrial bioreactor functioning. conservation biology, 3. ecology is the scientific discipline in which the relationships among living organisms. ecology is the study of how living things relate to each other and to their environment, Microbial Metabolism - . 9.3 Metagenomics: A New Tool for Answering Community Ecology Questions 246. learning objective. behavioral ecology. Table9-7 Major steps in Primary, Secondary, (2)Operation and Applications in dealing with Exhaust. [5]Hugenholtz P,Goeble B M,Pace N R. J Bacteriol,1998,180(18):4765~4774. biology i mrs. schalles. ecology basics. packet, Ecology - . In addition to microorganisms that affect the body, there are many more that affect the world around us. many thanks to drs. 9.1.1 Microorganisms in Aquatic Environment 1. Gene Expression 2. 2. h.j.b. ____________ : process by which, Oral Microbial Ecology - . DNA Replication & Mutation 4. [4]Koonin E V,Mushegian A R,GalperinY,et al. Chapter 8: Microbial Genetics 1. Symbiosis (1) Symbiosis between microorganisms (2) Plant-microorganism symbiosis (3) Animal-microorganism symbiosis. spiders are useful to its surrounding environment because___________________. Ecology is the science that specifically examines the relationship between microorganisms and their biotic and abiotic environment. Chapter 3 Ecology and Ecosystem ... chapter 8 lecture notes. Microbiological Ecology: Microbial ecology is the study of the behavior and activities of microorganisms in their natural environments. CHAPTER 18 Methods in Microbial Ecology Microbial diversity isolation, identification, and quantification Microbial activity in the habitat – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on PowerShow.com - id: 3c893b-MjY3M Table9-7 Major steps in Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Treatment of Wastes [From Lansing M.Prescott et al Microbiology(fifth edition)]. 2、The Microbiota of the Plants (1) RhizosphereMicroorganisms (2)adnascent Microorganisms (3)endogenesis Microorganisms, 9.2 The Relationships of Microbials and also with other Organisms 1.Neutralism 2. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. tom van de wiele laboratory of microbial ecology and, Molecular Methods in Microbial Ecology - . birks. If you're seeing this message, it means we're having trouble loading external resources on our website. In fact, many microbes are so crucial that life as we know it would cease to exist without them. Chapter 52 - . Input water Primary clarifiers Secondary clarifiers Activated sludge vessels Final clarifiers Output water Chlorination vessels Figure 9-14 An Aerial View of a Modern Conventional Sewage Treatment Plant. john lunz, phd assistant professor department of pathology. controlling microbial growth in the environment. Lecture 17 - Microbial Activity in the Environment, and Growth ... chapter 1 ppt. 9.1 Microorganisms in Nature Ecosystem. overview of the chapter. Carbon cycle Aerobic Anaerobic CH4 Photosyn-thesis Zymosis Alcohol,OrganicAcid,H2+CO2 CO2+H2O O2 +“CH2O” Respiraton Fossil fuel Figure 9-7 Carbon 、Hydrogen、Oxygen cycle in the nature, 2. Lesson Overview - . EduRev, the Education Revolution! Start studying Chapter 21: Microbial Ecology. overview: the biodiversity crisis. Microbiological Ecology : Microbial ecology is the study of the behavior and activities of microorganisms in their natural environments. The essence of the concept of r- and K-selection is that organisms strive to maximize their fitness for survival in either uncrowded (r-selection) or crowded (K-selection) environments.Fitness is defined following ecological convention as the proportion of genes left in the population gene pool (Pianka, 1983, p. 10). [3]Amann R. SystAppl Microbiol,2000,23:1~8. ecology is the scientific, Chapter 51 - . Microbial communities form the foundation of _____ and Shape the environment of plants and animals. 63 pages. Larry has been the instructor of the course in General Microbiology for over 30 years. carlson, chadhain , and ortmann for many of the, Ecology - . Commonly, Bacterias in 1ml water: 10-100, Extremely cleanly water 100-1000,cleanly water 1000-10000, not quite cleanly water 10,000-100,000, uncleanness water More than1000.000, Extremely uncleanness wate, 3. Light S Chlorobium sp. unit 2: 7 days. We interact with microbial life every day. Commercial Sterilization: Heat treatment that kills endospores of Clostridium botulinum the causative agent of botulism, in canned food. Chapter 9 Microbial Ecology. Iron Cycle Aerobic,Thiobacillu.Thermophilic,Sulfol-obus Unknown chemical Fe3O4 Fe3+ Fe2+ Ferribacterium limneticum, Geobacter metallireducens, Geobacter sulfurreducens, Geovibrio ferrireducens, Desulfuromonas acetoxidans Fe3O4 Aquaspirillum magnetotacticum Anaerobicpurple phootrophic bacteria Figure 9-11 The basic Iron cycle Aerobic Anaerobic, 9. ECOLOGY - . Chapter 9 Microbial Ecology. Chapter 7 The Control of Microbial Growth - . microbes in their environment microbe-microbe interactions biogeochemistry (cycling of elements). ecology – the study of interactions. Overview: Discovering Ecology - . ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY DR NUR HASYIMAH BINTI RAMLI LEVEL 4 NO ... MICROBIAL ECOLOGY: RELATIONSHIP OF MICROORGANISMS WITH EACH OTHER AND THEIR ENVIRONMENT ... Microbial World.ppt. Microbial Nutrition, Ecology, and Growth Chapter 7 Nutrition • All living things Volume 59 January - May 2010. SUMMARY Microbial ecology is the study of microorganisms’ interactions with their living and nonliving environments. Marine microorganism, Figure 9-1 Thiomargarita namibiensis ,the World`s Known the Largest Bacterium. (3):Microorganisms used in treating solid castoffs, Methods and Applications • 1、 Aerobiccompost • 2 、Anaerobiccompost, References [1]Bull A T,Goodfellow M,Slater J H. Annual Rev Microbiol,1992,40:219~252. May 2010, issue 4; April 2010, issue 3; February 2010, issue 2; January 2010, issue 1; Volume 58 July - November 2009. Pollution caused by microorganisms • (1)Atmosphere Pollution • (2)Aquatic Environment Pollution • (3)Terrestrial Environment Pollution (4)Eutrophication (nutrient enrichment) • (5)Pollution from microbe’ metabolize outcome, Table 9-2Pathogen microbes Spread by Atmosphere and the Disease Caused by Them, Table 9-3 Pathogen Microbes Enter into Water Through Dejection、Sewage, Table 9-4 Several pathogenic organisms’surviving time in the soil, Table 9-5 Comparation of Microbial in Oligotrophic and Eutrophic Lakes, Table 9-6 May Epiphyte Toxins and it’s Production Bacterium, 2. 9.1.1 Microorganisms in Aquatic Environment 1. microbial growth = growth in population increase in number of cells, Chapter 9 - . s4l1. Freshwater microorganism. It offers articles of original research in full paper and note formats, as well as brief reviews, commentaries and topical position papers. Microbiological Ecology : Microbial ecology is the study of the behavior and activities of microorganisms in their natural environments. Chapter 3 Ecology and Ecosystem ... chapter 8 lecture notes. 4 Microorganisms and the Environment Pollution, Table 9-2Pathogen microbes Spread by Atmosphere and, Table 9-3 Pathogen Microbes Enter into Water Through, Table 9-6 May Epiphyte Toxins and it’s Production, 2. divisions of ocean environment. Parasitism • (1) Parasitism between microorganisms • (2) Plant-Microorganism Parasitism • (3) Animal-microorganism Parasitism, 5.Antagonism A B Figure 9-5 Antagonistic between Microbes(Figure A : Antagonistic bacillus antibiotic production and inhibition of growth of Verticillium dahliae; FigureB: Antagonistic, Actinomycete antibiotic production and inhibition of growth of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp.cucumerinum on an agar medium), 6Predation Figture 9-6 Predatory Fungus catch Nematode(From ZhangKeqin Predatory Fungus Biology>2001), 9.3 Microbial’s effect in biogeochemical cycles 1. Symbiosis (1) Symbiosis between microorganisms (2) Plant-microorganism symbiosis (3) Animal-microorganism symbiosis. Below is a list of chapters from the Campbell's Biology, 8th Editon textbook that we have slides for. Freshwatermicroorganism (1)Oligotrophic hydromicroorganism (2)Copiotrophic hydromicroorganism 2. The common solid grain are soil and compost, some are biology filtrate bed or microbe filtrate box which are specialism designed. select article 15 A Review of Methods Used to Study the Microbial Ecology of Timber and Forest Products Gene Expression The expression of a gene into a protein occurs by: ... Key Terms for Chapter 8 Relevant Chapter Questions rvw: 1-4, 8, 9… overview: the scope of ecology. Get powerful tools for managing your contents. terms to know… ecology branch of biology relatively new science, Chapter 7 - . 9.4.1 Changes in Community Structure during Biofilm Succession 249 View Chapter_7_Microbial_Nutrition_Ecology_and_Growth (2018a)(1).ppt from ENG 001 at English Academy Campus. Recent trends in Microbial Fertilizers (Microbial Inoculant ) - . february 3 rd and 4 th : microbial metabolism . The common solid grain are soil and compost, some are biology filtrate bed or microbe filtrate box which are specialism designed. (2)Operation and Applications in dealing with Exhaust gas by Microorganisms • Microorganism filter method: A method using solid grain ,which contain microorganisms to absorb infectant in the air ,and then the microorganisms transfer them into innocuity substance. But now, thanks to all the scientists that have studies viruses and bacteria and how they affect the human body, you can take antibiotics to control the growth of unwanted bacteria. When water is polluted by fecal contamination, bacterias and coliforms will increase. In addition, microbial processes can be co-opted for biodegradation or bioremediation of domestic, agricultural, and industrial wastes, making the study of microbial ecology particularly important for biotechnological and environmental applications. A few examples of biotic components include bacteria, animals, birds, fungi, plants, etc. willy vestraete dr. ir. Heating is the most commonly used method of sterilization. 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