Prokaryote Lab - Representative slides
#1. Mycobacterium tuberculosis - Tuberculosis *Acid Fast* Gram positive Bacillus #2. Salmonella typhi - typhoid fever Gram negative Bacillus #3. Bacillus anthracis - anthrax Gram positive Bacillu...
MEKR|8 years ago|±0|2,410 views
micr unit 4
#1. What is involved in the first, second and third lines of defense? - First line: physical, chemical, or genetic barriers. innate. nonspecific. include skin, coughing, sneezing, low ph, l...
samwelander|3 years ago|±0|15 views
#1. What is this functional group? - Sulfhydryl #2. What is this functional group? - Phosphate #3. What is this functional group? - Hydroxyl #4. What is this functional group? - Carboxyl #5. What ...
jaz122186|4 years ago|±0|195 views
microbiology - viruses, prions and viroids
#1. define virus - PARTICLES, that are infectious agents and are obligate intracellular paracites because they need a host cell to replicate #2. viruses are ____ specific. - host cell. (very strict ...
arieldshae|9 years ago|+1|938 views
MB: Exam 5
#1. The majority of cases of staphylococcal toxic shock syndrome occur in - Menstruating women #2. A small puncture wound on a woman's arm has become swollen, hot to the touch, and intensely painfu...
Bekah_Allem|5 years ago|+1|11,188 views
Lab Quiz 3
#1. What does a zone of inhibition suggest? - high concentrations of this mutagen is toxic #2. What is extreme temperatures used for? - to control the growth of microbes #3. How is heat sensitivity ...
jordanrae96|5 years ago|±0|2,799 views
Micro Lab Practical 1 Review (part 1)
#1. What different kind of stains are there? - Simple stain Basic stain Negative stain Differential stain Gram Capsule Endospore Acid-Fast #2. ...
Rae_Harrison|5 years ago|±0|172 views
Chapter 17 - Microbiology BIOL 2420
#1. What type of immunity results from vaccination? A) innate immunity B) naturally acquired active immunity C) naturally acquired passive immunity D) artificially acquired active immunity E) art...
emmaleechan|2 years ago|±0|240 views
Chapter 18 - Microbiology BIOL 2420
#1. Which of the following is not normally used in a vaccine? A) toxoids. B) parts of bacterial cells. C) live, attenuated viruses. D) inactivated viruses. E) antibodies. - E #2. Patient's serum...
emmaleechan|2 years ago|±0|303 views
#1. The flagella of archaea are similar to bacterial flagella but differ in that they - are smaller in diameter and are not hollow #2. Which of the following statements concerning the characteristi...
Mindy_Teague_Papaleo|4 years ago|±0|488 views
Chapter 14 - Microbiology BIOL 2420
#1. A commensal bacterium A) does not receive any benefit from its host. B) is beneficial to its host. C) may also be an opportunistic pathogen. D) does not infect its host. E) B and D only - C ...
emmaleechan|2 years ago|±0|425 views
Exam 2 Micro MW
#1. Which of the following pairs is mismatched? a) Glycocalyx-- adherenceb) Pili-- reproduction c) Cell wall-- toxind) Cell wall-- protectione) Plasma membrane-- transport - e) Plasma membrane-- ...
Crazy_Horse|3 years ago|±0|1,064 views