#1. Mycobacteria - slender, slow growing bacilli; cell wall rich in lipids (cord factor wax D and mycolic acid); agents of tuberculosis and other chronic infections #2. acid fast bacilli - once st...
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Chlamydia, Mycoplasma, and Rickettsia
#1. chlamydiaceae - obligate intracellular parasites, classified as bacteria; unable to grow outside of host cell on their own; contain both DNA and RNA and possess prokaryotic ribosomes; antibio...
Pmborton|3 years ago|±0|86 views
Safety in the Clinical Microbiology Laboratory
#1. biohazards - biological substances that may present a health risk to humans #2. OSHA - publishes the standards for blood borne pathogens #3. aibrone - aerosols may form during centrifugation of...
Pmborton|4 years ago|±0|72 views
Miscellaneous Gram-Negative Bacilli: Part 2
#1. miscellaneous gram negative bacilli - grow on blood and chocolate agars, but not generally on MacConkey #2. Haemophilus influenzae - transmission of unique populations (immunocompromised) #3. Le...
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PCB3134 Exam 3 (PRACTICE)
#1. According to the DNA double Helix model, the double helix makes 1 complete turn every ___ nucleotide residues. 6 10 12 8 3.4 - b. 10 #2. To which end of the microtubules are tubulin sub...
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Specimen Collection, Transport and Processing
#1. asymptomatic carrier - an individual harboring a microorganism without any harmful effects who may transmit the infection to others #2. colony count - colony-forming units per mL of urine dete...
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#1. virus - most abundant infectious agents on earth; obligate intracellular parasites; ultramicroscopic; not a living organism-use host to survive and replicate #2. classification - based on st...
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Micro - Exam 2
Ms. Richardson's Microbiology Class - Exam 2 Study cards
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Streptococcus, Enterococcus, and related organisms
#1. streptococcaceae - includes the genus Streptococcus, Enterococcus, and Lactococcus; also Aerococcus, Gemella, Leuconostoc, and Pediococcus #2. blood agar, chocolate, and Todd-Hewitt broth - en...
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#1. Neisseria - gram negative obligate aerobic diplococci and rods; coffee or kidney beans with flattened ends #2. N. gonorrhoeae - sexually transmitted disease #3. N. meningitis - normal flora i...
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PCB3134 EXAM 2 (PRACTICE)
#1. Which statement below is consistent with the All-or-None Law of action potential? a. If a cell depolarizes to threshold, there is a subthreshold action potential.b. If a cell depolarizes to ...
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PCB3134 EXAM 3 (PRACTICE)
#1. What is required for MT assembly and closure? - GTP hydrolysis #2. Where are MT sub units added/removed - The plus end of the microtubule is where subunits are added and removed #3. Du...
Kaisoriku|1 year ago|±0|53 views
A Brief History of Microbiology
#1. Scientist who advocated handwashing to combat puerperal fever in an obstetrics teaching hospital - Ignaz Semmelweis #2. Scientist who was a surgeon who sprayed wounds, surgical incisions, and...
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#1. Nematodes (roundworms) - nonsegmented, elongated and cylindrical; separate sexes in adults; eggs found in stool; infective stages vary; eggs -> larvae -> adult #2. number of worms present, leng...
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