#1. Polarity of the water molecule - Results when a molecule is formed between two molecules that have different electronegativity, or ability to attract electrons ex. For example, water (a pol...
school|6 years ago|±0|105 views
Professor Allen's Tool Chapter Flash cards
These flash cards go over the tools you use in a microbio lab.
lsawyer|8 years ago|±0|61 views
Microbiology Exam 1
#1. Definition of Microbiology - A specialized area of biology that specializes in living things that are too small to be seen without magnification. #2. Major groups of organisms - Bacteria, alga...
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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...
Rae_Harrison|5 years ago|±0|34 views
Chapter One: Types Of Microbes
#1. Bacteria Bacterial Domain - Have cell wall of peptidoclycon Unicellular(Single Celled) Prokaryotes(Before Nucleus) No Organelles Divide via binary fission Derive nutrition f...
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Microbiology: Key Terms Module 2
#1. A photosynthetic eukaryote. Unicellular, filamentous or multicellular. Lack the tissues found in plants - algae #2. a saclike structure found in ascospores - ascus #3. domain of prokaryotic cell...
acaverett90|6 years ago|±0|67 views
Professor Allen's Microbe-Human Vocab
#1. Name the two contagious diseases found in your notes. - chicken pox and measles #2. The manner in which a disease develops is known as ________. - pathogenesis #3. ____ microorganisms are those ...
lsawyer|8 years ago|±0|65 views
Ch. 1 Microbial World
#1. photosynthesis, aiding in digestion, therapeutic drugs - ways in which microorganisms affect our lives #2. established microbiological nomenclature - Carlos Linneaus #3. simple, single celled or...
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#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 ...
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#1. who deciphered the structure of DNA? - Rosalind Franklin, discovered the double helix stucture #2. why didn't she reveal what she had found? - she didn't want to be wrong #3. who stole her data ...
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chapter 5 eukaryotic and microorganism
#1. Which of the following terms best describes the first primitive eukaryotes? A)multicellular B)single-celled C)photosynthetic D)specialized - B)single-celled #2. Endosymbiosis p...
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#1. metabolism - energy transfer within organisms are based on sequences (metabolism pathways) of chemical reactions involved in releasing (catabolic or exergonic) or absorbing (anabolic or ender...
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