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5 Matching questions

  1. Tyndall
  2. Koch
  3. microscopes
  4. Schwann and Schleiden
  5. Schwann
  1. a 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
  2. b Cell Theory - zooologist and botanist; all animal tissue and plant tissue are comprised of cells;
  3. c biogenesis; boiled broth and heated air; also destroyed vegetative force
  4. d magnify, define, resolve - can't be seen with naked eye
  5. e intermittent boiling; eliminates endospores; tyndallization

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. consumes the producers; herbivores; protozoa that only east plants
  2. protozoa (protists), alge, fungi (both mold and yeast) single celled generally (fungi can be uni or multicellular)
  3. all objects composed of invisible particles, atoms
  4. Swan flask; disproves spontaneous generation;
  5. archae, bacteria no true nucleus-but nucleoid; ribosomes not membrane bound

5 True/False questions

  1. cellular organismsviruses wrapped in protein, viroids RNA molecules, prions infectious proteins

          

  2. spontaneous generationbelief that living organisms can develop from non-living material

          

  3. Thalesintermittent boiling; eliminates endospores; tyndallization

          

  4. Hippocratesall objects composed of invisible particles, atoms

          

  5. biogeochemical cyclesNitrogen, 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.