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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. biogenesis
  2. microbes produce
  3. Democritus
  4. Needham
  5. Pasteur
  1. a 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.
  2. b that all living organisms are derived from living organisms of the same type
  3. c assumed boiling kills everything; boiled broth no covers; supported spontaneous generation
  4. d Swan flask; disproves spontaneous generation;
  5. e all objects composed of invisible particles, atoms

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. consumes 1st order consumers; protozoa that eats both plants and is carnivore
  2. Golden 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
  3. 4 humors, blood, phlegm, black and yellow bile - related to fire, water, earth and air
  4. intermittent boiling; eliminates endospores; tyndallization
  5. viruses wrapped in protein, viroids RNA molecules, prions infectious proteins

5 True/False questions

  1. microscope definitioncontrast between a microbe and its background

          

  2. decomposersmagnify, define, resolve - can't be seen with naked eye

          

  3. microbial rolesproducers, 1st order consumers, 2nd Order consumers, decomposers

          

  4. van Leeuwenhoekassumed boiling kills everything; boiled broth no covers; supported spontaneous generation

          

  5. Spallanzanibiogenesis; boiled broth and sealed flask; he destroyed vegetative force