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5 Matching questions

  1. microbiology
  2. parasites
  3. decomposition
  4. hypothesis
  5. bioremediation
  1. a study of living organisms and non-living entities too small to be seen without magnification.
  2. b tentative explanation of what has been observed or measured. (primary aim of scientific method)
  3. c involves the breakdown of dead matters and wastes into simple compounds that can be directed back into the natural cycles of living things.
  4. d involves the introduction of microbes into the environment to restore stability or to clean up toxic pollutants.
  5. e microbes that are harbored and nourished in the bodies of larger organisms.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. organisms that require a microscope to be readily observed or identified.
  2. area of biotechnology that manipulates the genetics of microbes, plants and animals for the purpose of creating new products and genetically modified organisms.
  3. dominant organisms found on earth, found in almost every habitat on earth. (ubiquitous)
  4. collection of statements, propositions, or concepts that explains or accounts for a natural event.
  5. study of frequency of disease.

5 True/False questions

  1. deductive approachconstructs hypothesis, tests its validity, and performs experiments to test for those events.

          

  2. C, H, O, N, S and Pany agent that causes disease. (virus, bacteria, fungi, protozoa, or helminth)

          

  3. eukaryotestype of cells that contain nucleus, can be either unicellular or multicellular..

          

  4. bacteria, algae, protozoa, fungi, parasitic worms(helminths), viruses5 Kingdoms

          

  5. Monerans, Plants, Fungi, Animals, Protists5 Kingdoms

          

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