BIO225 STUDY GUIDE Chapter 1-8
...lens micrscope (3 basic shapes) #7. HOOKE - Compound 2 lens micrscope #8. PASTEUR - Father of microbiology (PASTEURIZATION) #9. SPONTANEOUS GENERATION THEORY - Life could arise from non living matter...
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Micro: Bacterial Cell Wall
#1. what is the main difference between the gram positive and gram negative bacterial cell wall - gram positive cell wall has a thicker layer of peptidoglycan as well as an outer memmbrane #2. what a...
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#1. what is the first differentiation of gram negative bacteria - cocci and bacilli #2. how are gram negative bacilli first divvidied - on air growth (many) or not (bacteroides or fusobacterium) #3....
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Micro: Gram Negative Cocci
#1. how are gram negative bacteria first divided - shape: cocci vs. bacilli #2. how are the gram negative cocci first divided - growth in air: veillonella (no) vs. neisseria (yes) #3. how are the ne...
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#1. what are the biologic effects of endotoxin - fever due to release by MPs of endogenous pyrogen (IL-1) which acts on hypothalamic temperature regulatory center hypotension, shock, and impaired per...
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Medical Micro Final
Chapters 20, 21, 24 & 25 Bacteria & major associated diseases
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#1. what is the first branch of streptococci differentiation based on - shape (cocci vs. bacilli) #2. after shape what is the main differentation of cocci - ability to grow in air #3. after distingu...
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Micro: Gram Positive Bacilli
#1. what is the main split of gram positive bacteria - cocci and bacilli #2. after breaking into bacilli, what is the next branch - forms spores or doesnt form spores #3. what branches of gram posit...
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Micro: Normal Flora
#1. what does normal flora refer to - bacteria and fungi that are permanent residents of different body sites #2. should internal organs have normal flora - no #3. what is the carrier state - colon...
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#1. what distinguishes strep and staph - catalase (positive=staph) #2. what distinguishes staphylococcus and micrococcus - staph ferments glucose, micrococcus does NOT #3. how does s. aureus split f...
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Exam 1 (Ch 1, 2, 4)
#1. Strepto - chains of cells #2. Bacillus - rod shaped cells #3. Biogenesis - life comes from pre-existing life #4. Parasitology - the study of parasites #5. Spirillum - spiral shaped cells #6. ...
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Makukutu Review 2
...production of ATP? - 2 ATP #40. Students in a microbiology lab are provided plates of medium to use in...oxygen (best guess) #114. A material useful in microbiological media is derived from #115. The envelope portion...
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Micro: Gram Negative Bacilli of Medical Importance
#1. what is the only way that shigella and e. coli are distinguished - shigella cause bacillary dysentery, e. coli do not #2. how many serogroups of shigella are there - 4 #3. what are the serogroup...
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#1. Yeast - unicellular organisms that reproduce asexually via budding #2. Mold - unicellular organisms that grow in slender thread like strands. Reproduce sexually & asexually #3. Pathogenic Fung...
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