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  1. Tyndall
  2. microbiology organisms
  3. non-cellular organisms
  4. biogenesis
  5. 2nd order consumer
  1. a intermittent boiling; eliminates endospores; tyndallization
  2. b that all living organisms are derived from living organisms of the same type
  3. c consumes 1st order consumers; protozoa that eats both plants and is carnivore
  4. d can't be seen with naked eye; they only have presence of genetic material or presence of protein in common with higher organisms; no tissues, diseases
  5. e viruses wrapped in protein, viroids RNA molecules, prions infectious proteins

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. biogenesis; boiled broth and sealed flask; he destroyed vegetative force
  2. protozoa (protists), alge, fungi (both mold and yeast) single celled generally (fungi can be uni or multicellular)
  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. disturbance between fire, water, earth and air
  5. oxygen, soil, food, base of food chain indirect, harvest algae and guni (direct), enzymes (fermentation), drugs, (antibiotics, steroids, alcohols, proteins) recycling thru cycles, water purification; damage plants, animals, humans via disease; easy to grow, suitable for genetic engineering.

5 True/False questions

  1. Virchowsaw mitosis; all cells come from preexisting cells


  2. producers - organismsphotosynthesis converts light energy to chemical, basis of food chains and pyramids alga, some bacteria, some Archae - autotroph


  3. Needhamrefuted spontaneous generation; maggots don't generate from meat


  4. ecology of microorganismsProkarya and eukarya


  5. decomposersDecomposers (or saprotrophs) are organisms that break down dead or decaying organisms; recycle nutrients via biogeochemical cycles