ConclusionLater in course you will use different media to help characterize and identify bacteria. Several tests use fermentation of sugars to differentiate bacteria.How does fermentation of sugars relate to pH?How might you use pH changes to help you identify different bacteria?ResourcesWilley, J.
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Cyanobacteria (enlarged image under a microscope) What they are - biological definition Formerly known as blue algae, cyanobacteria are a subclass of bacteria and are part of the Monera Kingdom. About 150 genera of cyanobacteria and approximately 1500 species have been cataloged. Most species live in marine waters, lakes, rivers and wet soils.
Skills to DevelopDefine “energy”Explain the difference between kinetic and potential energyDiscuss the concepts of free energy and activation energyDescribe endergonic and exergonic reactionsEnergy is defined as the ability to do work. As you’ve learned, energy exists in different forms. While these are all familiar types of energy that one can see or feel, there is another type of energy that is much less tangible.