5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Barbara McClintock
- fimbriae and pilli
- a discoverer of "jumping genes" now calls transposons ( pieces of DNA that are able to jump from location in the chromosome to another location)
- b Also called informatics of bioinformatics. The study of bacterial genome, the entire DNA sequence, and statistical analysis.
- c small extensions off cell wall, hair-like. fimbriae are used for adherence. can be all over cell or only on poles. pilli are shorter than fimbriae and are used for dna exchange.
- d study of viruses, infection, disease, makeup
- e study of bacteria, growth, pathogenesis, treatments
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Study of the immune system and how it responds to disease, infection
- several flagella at one pole
- flagella all over the cell
- learned the handwashing reduces the incidence of puerperal fever in women following childbirth.
- thick liquid portion inside cell. Compose mainly of water, and proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, ions, small molecules. Supports organelles.
5 True/False Questions
extremophiles → love extreme environmental conditions
Robert Hooke → Built the first compound microscope. he described the compartments as "cells" after the rooms monks live in. first microscopic observation.
molecular biology → study of one specific gene of microorganisms and the manipulation of this gene. Includes genetic engineering and recombinant molecular biology.
Enterobacteriaccae → include mathanogens (live off of methane gas)
Flagella → Small circular pieces of DNA. Found in cytoplasm. Contains several genes. not necessary for survival, but many contain antibiotic resistance genes. Replicates separately from the DNA. Used in genetic recombination.