Chapter 11 The Prokaryotes: Domains Bacteria and Archea
#1. Proteobacteria - -includes most of the gram-negative, chemoheterotrophic bacteria, are presumed to have arisen from a common photosynthetic ancestor -The phylogenetic relationship in these groups...
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Microbiology Test 2
#1. ATP - - Used for all endergonic reactions #2. Metabolism - All the biochemical reactions taking place in an organism #3. Enzymes - Catalyze all chemical reactions in cells (4) - are reusable -...
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#1. How many domains in prokaryote? 1 2 3 4 - b.2 #2. Which domain belong to Prokaryote? Bacteria Fungi Archaea a and c - d. a and c
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#1. Which of the following microorganisms are not eukaryotic?a. bacteriab. yeastsc. moldsd. protozoa - A #2. Which microorganisms are used to make microbiological growth media?a. bacteriab. fungi...
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Chapter 9 Controlling Microbial Growth in the Environment
#1. Washing dishes in the dishwasher with detergent and hot water is a ____________ process. a. antiseptic b. disinfecting c. sterilizing d. sanitizing e. degerming - b. disinfecting #2....
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Professor Good Micro Exam
#1. how did the removal of viruses within the mother sheep's womb affect embryonic development - without the virus the pregnancy failed #2. What is unique about the mimivirus - extremely large vir...
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Key Terms Module 2
#1. a photosynthetic prokaryote. may be unicellular, filamentous, or multicellular, but lack the tissue found in plants - algae #2. a saclike structure containing ascospores. found in ascomycetes - ...
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michrobial growth on body chapter 10
#1. Paul Erlich - Magic bullets #2. Alexander Flemming - Penicillin released from penicillium #3. Gerhard Domagk - Sulfanylamide #4. Beta - Lactam - binds to enzymes needed for synthesis of peptog...
mayers8|7 years ago|±0|31 views
Professor Allen's classification of Bacteria
#1. Treponema pallidum is the causative agent of _______. - Syphilis #2. Hemophilus influenza causes __________. - Meningitis #3. What genus of bacteria do not have cell walls at all? - Mycoplasm #...
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#1. A culture medium consisting of agar, peptone, and beef heart is a - complex medium #2. A sample of milk is tested for its bacterial content in a plate count assay. A one-milliliter sample of th...
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Micro Test 3 Epidemiology, Flu, and HIV (Part 3)
#1. Describe HIV in its simplest form. - Enveloped retrovirus Polyhedral capsid 2 copies +ssRNA 2 tRNA 10-50 copies of : reverse transcriptase, protease, integrase #2. HIV will infect what 4 type...
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