5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- what is the most common method used to identify a virus
- 3 Life processes that a Micro-organism is capable of.
- Stage adjustmet knobs
- a The inner protein coat around nucleic acid and made up of sub protein units called capsomeres
- b Control the movement of the stage
- c Seriological testing
- d 1.Growth
- e Ratio of an apparent size of an object as seen to the actual size of the object.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Covers the capsid in some viruses and consists of a combination of lipids ,proteins, and carbohydrates.
- *Used in synthetic chemical products as preservatives such as yeast.
*Consume certain pollutants as a source of energy
*used to make sauerkraut,pickles, and vinegar
- Cross walls contained inside the hyphae
- Aerobic or facultatively anaerobic chemoheterotrophs
(yeast,mold,and fleshy fungi such as mushrooms)
5 True/False Questions
Spikes → Carbohydrate-protein complex rods that project from the surface of the envelope.(also can be used as a means of virus identification)
Seriological test → Flat plate that holds the microscope slide in position.
Photosynthesis → the process by which light energy is converted to chemical energy
Diaphragm → Long filaments of cells that are joined together composing the thallus.
Coarse focusing knob → Control the movement of the stage