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5 Matching questions

  1. biogenesis
  2. microscope definition
  3. spontaneous generation
  4. microbial roles
  5. Schwann
  1. a biogenesis; boiled broth and heated air; also destroyed vegetative force
  2. b that all living organisms are derived from living organisms of the same type
  3. c contrast between a microbe and its background
  4. d producers, 1st order consumers, 2nd Order consumers, decomposers
  5. e belief that living organisms can develop from non-living material

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. protozoa (protists), alge, fungi (both mold and yeast) single celled generally (fungi can be uni or multicellular)
  2. disturbance between fire, water, earth and air
  3. Nitrogen, Carbon, Sulfur, Iron, phosphorus, a pathway by which a chemical element or molecule moves through both biotic (biosphere) and abiotic (lithosphere, atmosphere, and hydrosphere) compartments of Earth.
  4. viruses wrapped in protein, viroids RNA molecules, prions infectious proteins
  5. Decomposers (or saprotrophs) are organisms that break down dead or decaying organisms; recycle nutrients via biogeochemical cycles

5 True/False questions

  1. Spallanzanibiogenesis; boiled broth and heated air; also destroyed vegetative force

          

  2. Schwann and Schleidenbiogenesis; boiled broth and heated air; also destroyed vegetative force

          

  3. CohnGolden Age; 4 postulates associating specific organisms with particular diseases; first proof microbbes are associate with disease, 25 pathogens discovered; petri plates and TSA soy agar; test tube sterile TSB soy broth

          

  4. Pasteurbelieved the the world was comprehensible, 640 BC

          

  5. Hippocrates4 humors, blood, phlegm, black and yellow bile - related to fire, water, earth and air

          

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