6Funzioni della parete batterica PROTEZIONE FORMAPROCESSO DI DIVISIONESOLLECITAZIONI MECCANICHERIGONFIAMENTO OSMOTICO
7Figure: 04-33a-bCaption:Protoplasts. (a) In dilute solution breakdown of the cell wall releases the protoplast, but it immediately lyses because the cytoplasmic membrane is very weak. (b) In a solution containing an isotonic concentration of a solute such as sucrose, water does not enter the protoplast and it remains stable. Lysozyme breaks the b-1,4 glycosidic bonds in peptidoglycan (see Figure 4.30).
8Forme cellulari dei batteri bacillibacillicocchispirilli
9Il monomero del Peptidoglicano NAM= N-Acetil muramicoNAG= N-Acetil glucosoammina,Sono degli AMMINOZUCCHERI
16Circa il 90% 10-15% Figure: 04-28 Caption: Cell walls of Bacteria. (a,b) Schematic diagrams of gram-positive and gram-negative cell walls.
17Figure: 04-28dCaption:Cell walls of bacteria. Gram-negative bacterium, Leucothrix mucor.
18ACIDI TEICOICI Figure: 04-32 Caption: Teichoic acids and the overall structure of the gram-positive cell wall. (a) Structure of the ribitol teichoic acid of Bacillus subtilis. The teichoic acid is a polymer of the repeating ribitol units shown here. (b) Summary diagram of the gram-positive cell wall.
19Batteri Gram positivi Figure: 04-32b Caption: Teichoic acids. (b) Summary diagram of the gram-positive cell wall.
20Organizzazione della parete dei Gram -negativi Membrana esternaFigure: 04-36Caption:The gram-negative cell wall. Note that although the outer membrane is often called the "second lipid bilayer," the chemistry and architecture of this layer differs in many ways from that of the cytoplasmic membrane. (a) Arrangement of lipopolysaccharide, lipid A, phospholipid, porins, and lipoprotein in the outer membrane. See Figure 4.35 for details of the structure of LPS. Lipid A can be toxic in humans, and if so, is referred to as endotoxin (Section 21.12). (b) Molecular model of porin proteins. Note the three pores present, one formed from each of the proteins forming a porin molecule. The view is perpendicular to the plane of the membrane. Model based on X-ray diffraction studies of Rhodobacter blasticus porin.
21Struttura del LIPOPOLISACCARIDE (LPS) Regione variabileCORE POLISACCARIDICOLIPIDE AANTIGENE OZuccheriFigure: 04-35Caption:Structure of the lipopolysaccharide of gram-negative Bacteria. The precise chemistry of lipid A and the polysaccharide components varies among species of gram-negative Bacteria, but the sequence of major components (lipid A–KDO–core–O-specific) is generally uniform. The O-specific polysaccharide varies among species. KDO, ketodeoxyoctonate; Hep, heptose; Glu, glucose; Gal, galactose; GluNac, N-acetylglucosamine; GlcN, glucosamine; P, phosphate. Glucosamine and the lipid A fatty acids are linked by an ester amine bond. The lipid A portion of LPS can be toxic to animals and comprises the endotoxin complex (Section 21.12). Compare this figure with Figures 4.36 and 4.37, and note the color coding of different portions of the LPS in Figures 4.35 and 4.36.Zuccheri insoliti: Hep= EptosioKDO= Ketodeossioctonico
22Struttura del LIPOPOLISACCARIDE (LPS) ENDOTOSSINA
23PARETE NEGLI ARCHEA Figure: 04-34 Caption: Pseudopeptidoglycan and S-layers. (a) Structure of pseudopeptidoglycan, the cell wall polymer of Methanobacterium species. Note the resemblance to the structure of peptidoglycan shown in Figure 4.30, especially the peptide cross-links, in this case between N-acetyltalosaminuronic acid (NAT) residues instead of muramic acid residues. NAG, N-Acetylglucosamine.
24Struttura della parete dei batteri Acido-alcool resistenti (Micobatteri)Oltre al peptidoglicano, la parete dei batteri acidi-alcool resistenti come Mycobacterium contiene grandi quantità di glicolipidi come acidi micolici, complessi arabinogalactano-lipidi, e lipoarabinomannano.
25Membrana citoplasmatica dei batteri Figure: 04-17Caption:Diagram of the structure of the cytoplasmic membrane; the inner surface (In) faces the cytoplasm and the outer surface (Out) faces the environment. The matrix of the unit membrane is composed of phospholipids, with the hydrophobic groups directed inward and the hydrophilic groups toward the outside, where they associate with water. Embedded in the matrix are proteins that have considerable hydrophobic character in the region that traverses the fatty acid bilayer. Hydrophilic proteins and other charged substances, such as metal ions, may be attached to the hydrophilic surfaces. Although there are some chemical differences, the overall structure of the cytoplasmic membrane shown is similar in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes (but see an exception to the bilayer design in Figure 4.20d)
26FUNZIONE DELLA MEMBRANA CITOPLASMATICA NEI PROCARIOTI REGOLA IL FLUSSO DEI NUTRIENTIE’ SEDE DI PROCESSI BIOSINTETICIPRODUZIONE DI ENERGIASITO DI ANCORAGGIO PER STRUTTURE ACCESSORIEFUNZIONE DI SECREZIONEFUNZIONE DI REGOLAZIONE
27Figure: 04-21Caption:The major functions of the cytoplasmic membrane.
28LIPIDI NEI PROCARIOTILEGAME ESTERELEGAME ETERE, TIPICO DEGLI ARCHEAISOPRENILE, TIPICO DEGLI ARCHEA
29Lipidi negli Archea e organizzazione della membrana Legame eterefitanilebifitanile
30Lipidi negli Archea e organizzazione della membrana Monostratolipidico
32Figure: 04-25Caption:Function of the Lac permease (a symporter) of Escherichia coli, and several other well-characterized simple transporters. Although for simplicity the membrane-spanning proteins are drawn here in globular form, note that their structure is actually as depicted in Figure 4.24.
33Figure: 04-24Caption:Structure of membrane-spanning transporters and types of transport events. In prokaryotes, membrane-spanning transporters typically contain 12 alpha helices that align with each other in a circle to form a channel through the membrane. Shown here are three individual transporters, each showing a different type of transport event. For antiporters and symporters, the cotransported molecule is shown in yellow.
34Traslocazione di gruppo esternointernoFigure: 04-26Caption:Mechanism of the phosphotransferase system of Escherichia coli. For glucose uptake, the system consists of five proteins: Enzyme (Enz) I; Enzymes IIa, IIb, and IIc, and HPr. Sequential phosphate transfer occurs from phosphoenolpyruvate (PEP) through the proteins shown to Enzyme IIc. The latter actually transports (and phosphorylates) the sugar.
35Spazio periplasmatico Figure: 04-27Caption:Mechanism of an ATP-Binding Cassette (ABC-type) transporter. The periplasmic binding protein has high affinity for substrate, the membrane-spanning protein is the transport channel, and the cytoplasmic ATP-hydrolyzing protein supplies the energy for the transport event. In Escherichia coli, the maltose (a disaccharide sugar) transport system is an example of an ABC system.
36Strutture accessorie della cellula batterica FlagelliPiliCapsula, sostanze polimeriche extracellulari
44Velocità relative di alcuni organismi Lunghezza organismo/sec Gara di velocità tra organismiVelocità relative di alcuni organismiOrganismiKm/hrLunghezza organismo/secGhepardo11125UOMO - Michael Johnson37.55.4BATTERI10
45COME SVELARE LA PRESENZA DEI FLAGELLI COLORAZIONE CON FUCSINA BASICA MOTILITA’COME SVELARE LA PRESENZA DEI FLAGELLICOLORAZIONE CON FUCSINA BASICAIMMUNOFLUORESCENZAMICROSCOPIO ELETTRONICOCOME OSSERVARE LA MOTILITA’MICROSCOPIO OTTICOUSO DI TERRENI DI COLTURA SEMISOLIDI
46PILI COMUNI,DI TIPO I O FIMBRIE; PILO FPILI:PILI COMUNI,DI TIPO I O FIMBRIE;PILI DI TIPO IV;PILI SESSUALI DI TIPO F
49FUNZIONI DELLA CAPSULA ADERENZA es. Streptococcus mutansVIRULENZA es.Streptococcus pneumoniaeRESISTENZA ALL’ESSICCAMENTORISERVA NUTRIZIONALEDEPOSITO DI SOSTANZE DI RIFIUTOAGGREGAZIONE(BIOFILM)PROTEZIONE(BIOFILM)