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#1. What time period in the history of the US represents the Golden Age of Biological Warfare research? - 1940-1969 #2. What is a biological weapon (BW)? - -living organism/infectious material inten...
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Ch 1 Humans and the Microbial World
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micro brittany end notes
#1. Catalysts* - When you add hydrogen peroxide to bacterium, what makes it bubbles? #2. yes - Can some media have both selective and differential characteristics #3. sepsis - refers to bacterial c...
samk3dg|4 years ago|±0|9 views
Microbiology- Section 2
#1. Two types of Bacteria - -Spirochaetes -Aquificae #2. Spirochaete characteristics - -long, think, flexible cells with a spiral shape -parge periplasmic space with flagella -most cells form a heli...
citygirl500|9 years ago|±0|67 views
#1. Pathology - The study of disease #2. Etiology - Study of the cause of disease #3. Pathogenesis - Development of disease #4. Infection - Colonization of the body by pathogens #5. Disease - An ...
BrookeBewley|5 years ago|±0|35 views
Test two ... Microbiology
#1. How are cultures seen in nature? - *bacteria exist as a mixed population *easily seen on agar, which is a polysaccharide found in algae. #2. Isolation of single colonies - *Streak plate method ...
leah_ilyana|10 years ago|±0|59 views
#1. what is spontaneous generation - Life comes from nowhere #2. Who created spontaneous generation - Needham #3. What is cell theory - Base unit of life #4. What is biogenesis - Life comes from l...
alifrae|8 years ago|±0|125 views
Lab Quiz Excer.24/25
#1. Discovered Lysozyme Penicillin in 1928 By accident #2. Susceptible Intermediate Resistant #3. *-The minimal concentration of antibiotic that will cause inhibition *-The farther away from disk, the...
inkedowl1326|8 years ago|±0|48 views
Micro Test 3 Epidemiology, Flu, and HIV (Part 4)
#1. Define innate immunity. - resistance due to physiological processes of humans that are incompatible with those of the pathogen #2. Give two examples of innate immunity. - correct chemical rece...
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