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5 Matching Questions

  1. Kingdom Protista:
  2. Fungi:
  3. Staining:
  4. Reckettsia:
  5. Kingdoms:
  1. a 1) unicellular/multicellular eukaryotes of
    Kingdom Fungi
    2) lack chlorophyll
    3) often bear spores
    4) often filamentous
  2. b 1) Kingdom Procaryotae ( Monera)
    2) Kingdom Protista
    3) Kingdom Myceteae (fungi)
    4) Kingdom Plantae
    5) Kingdom Animalia
  3. c gram-negative (red), pathogenic, intracellular paristic bacteria
  4. d colored dyes chemically attach to cellular structures
  5. e primitive unicellular eukaryotic microbes
    a) algae
    b) protoza

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. 1) free-living: takes nourishment from non-living
    enviroments
    2) parasitic: takes nourishment from a living
    host
  2. taxonomic categories-from largest
    1) kingdom- largest & most general
    classification
    2) phylum(divsion)
    3) class
    4) order
    5) family
    6) genus
    7) species-organisms that are alike
  3. multicellular eukarytic, photosynthesis
    plants
  4. multicellular, eukaryotic animals
  5. 1) binary fission- asexual, splitting cells into equal halves
    a) most common reproduction method for bacteria
    2) budding-unequal splitting of cells into smaller cells

5 True/False Questions

  1. Microorganisms of Major Heath Importance:1) free-living: takes nourishment from non-living
    enviroments
    2) parasitic: takes nourishment from a living
    host

          

  2. General Categories of Microorganisms:1) free-living: takes nourishment from non-living
    enviroments
    2) parasitic: takes nourishment from a living
    host

          

  3. Fungi:organism that provides nourishment to parasite

          

  4. Prion:1) unicellular/multicellular eukaryotes of
    Kingdom Fungi
    2) lack chlorophyll
    3) often bear spores
    4) often filamentous

          

  5. Protozoa:small, infectious protein molecule
    1) resistant to most procedures that modify
    nucleic acid

          

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