#1. Cat-scratch fever: slang name, agent, gram, body system? - cat-scratch fever Bartonella henselae G- bacteria Cardio/lymph #2. Anaplasmosis: slang name, agent, gram, body system? - Lyme's d...
sdm|6 years ago|±0|75 views
#1. Domain Bacteria - The Proteobacteria members are all gram negative. 1-Alpha-Proteobacteria--grow at low nutrient levels and include nitrogen-fixing bacteria, Autotrophs, Chemoheterotrophs. 2-Beta...
sadie2014|7 years ago|±0|53 views
#1. Bright field microscope - Cells dead, not much detail, stain #2. Phase contrast microscope - Living cells,great detail, no stain #3. Dark field microscope - Acid stain, hard to see, see movemen...
alifrae|6 years ago|±0|71 views
#1. Antibiotics - Product produced by a microorganism or a similar substance produced wholly or partially by chemical synthesis, which in low concentrations, inhibits the growth of other mic...
Stephen_Clark|3 years ago|±0|11 views
#1. Enterococcus faecalis - G+ cocci Normal flora of GI tract (large bowel) root canal treated teeth nosocomial environment infections - VRE (high resistance) -UTI -bacteremia -bacterial endocarditi...
agrolmus108|8 years ago|±0|70 views
Micro Ch 1
#1. Microbiology - study of microorganisms #2. Single Cell example - Yeast, bacateria #3. Multi cell example - Fungi, molds #4. Microorganisms - -require to be seen with microscope -unicellular, ...
Vanessamae98|3 years ago|±0|22 views
Chapter 1: 1.1 The Dispute Over Spontaneous Generation
Section 1.1 cards
kflowers19|4 years ago|±0|96 views
Microbiology Exam 1 St.Thomas University 2333
#1. ubiquitous - everywhere #2. all cells need 2 things everyday - carbon and energy #3. prokaryote - simple cells #4. eukaryote - complex #5. symbiosis - 2 or more different lifeforms that live ...
Crazy_Horse|3 years ago|±0|33 views
NAMES TO REMEMBER
#1. ROBERT HOOKE - -REPORTED THAT THE SMALLEST STRUCTURES WERE COMPOSED OF LITTLE BOXES.... -USED COMPOUND MICROSCOPE VIEWED THIN SLICE OF CORK... #2. RUDOLF VIRCHOW - -SAID CELLS ARISE FROM PRE-E...
jsims1976|6 years ago|+1|32 views
Chapter 9 and 10: Controlling Microbial Growth in the Environment
#1. Define: aseptic - procedure or environment that is free of pathogens #2. Define: sterilization - removal or destruction of all microbes in or on an object; even endorspores (that are so hard to ...
sammiellama|9 years ago|±0|257 views
#1. What is a gene? - segment o DNA that encodes a functional product, usually a protein #2. What is genome? - entire DNA sequence of an organism #3. What is chromosome? - structure containing DNA ...
manyanag21|7 years ago|±0|150 views
#1. Dental caries - oral cavity disease causative agent: Streptococcus mutans Transmission: if teeth are not cleaned regularly after food is ingested and three factors are present: a caries-susce...
kennahgrace|4 years ago|±0|17 views