Koch's postulates and protists

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  1. Lonely Sol

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    Is it a good idea rto know koch's postulate?

    and also the different types of protists. For example, sarcodias are ameobas and are the only ones that dont posses shells in phylum sarcodina. While, formanifera posses lamalinarin (caco3 based shells) and radalinarian have silica based shells.


    same goes with ciliata, euglophyta, mastigophora, etc.

    (sorry if i spelled the names wrong i don't have a book in-front of me)
     
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    kochs postulates are common sense,no?

    everything else is overkill.
     
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    yea i kinda thought so too about koch's postulates, but just was wondering if anyone had questions about that on the test.
     
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    like i said,i think its a little bit overkill..the bio was more general questions.
     

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