Microbiology a systems approach

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What is microbiology?

A) specialized area of biology that deals with living thing ordinarily too small to be seen without magnification.

B) specialized area of biology that deals with living thing ordinarily too small to be seen without resolution.

C) specialized area of medicine that deals with living thing ordinarily too small to be seen without resolution.

D) specialized area of biology that deals with living thing sometimes too small to be seen without resolution.

2

Which one of this can be consider major groups of microorganisms?

A) bacteria, algae, protozoa, protistas and fungi.

B) bacteria, algae, protozoa, helminths and protistas.

C) bacteria, algae, protozoa, helminths and fungi.

D) bacteria, alchae, protozoa, helminths and fungi.

3

Which one of this statements does not refers to microorganisms?

A) they reproduce so rapidly.

B) we usually can't see them directly

C) they can be used in industries

D) they are autrotophs

4

What is the most common branches to study microorganisms?

A) medical microbiology

B) immunology

C) environmental microbiology

D) all the answers

5

What is the most important reference that you can find about bacterias?

A) their cells contains a nucleus

B) their cells are no nucleus

C) their belong to domain archae

D) no of the alternatives

6

One of this indicated a huge influence bacteria exert:

A) can be found nearly everywhere, being most invisible and living in places that others cannot survive

B) is difficult to found them in many places, being most invisible and living in places that others cannot survive

C) can be found nearly everywhere, being rarely invisible and living in places that others cannot survive

D) can be found nearly everywhere, being most invisible and living in places normally hot

7

When we point out that single-celled have adapted to a wide range of conditions over a 2.9 billion years of their presence of this planet we are talking about:

A) involvement

B) evolution

C) adaption

D) reproduction

8

What means evolution?

A) the kind of changes that occur in organisms

B) the accumulation of changes that occur in eukaryotes as they adapt to their environments

C) the accumulation of changes that occur in organisms as they adapt to their environments

D) the ability that appear in organisms to they adapt to their environments