5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Occular lenses
- a Long filaments of cells that are joined together composing the thallus.
- b Remagnifies the image formed by the objective lens
- c Organism that uses organic molecules as a source of carbon and energy
- d Cross walls contained inside the hyphae
- e Support plate extending from the base to occular body tube
5 Multiple choice questions
- Ratio of an apparent size of an object as seen to the actual size of the object.
- 2 lens microscope used to achieve greater and more accurate magnification.
*should be stored in designated area with adequate ventilation
- 1.Protozoa: Uniceallular eukaryotic organisms
2. Algae: unicellular plants that contain chlorophyll capabale of photosynthesis
3.Fungus: filamentous plants that lack chlorophyll
4.Bacteria: all living organisms with procaryotic cells
5.Rickettsia: Cellular organisms between bacteria and viruses that need a host to grow.
6. Viruses: Submicroscopic parasitic thing that consists of a nucleic acid surrounded by a protein coat.
- Organism that obtains its nutrients from dead organic matter
- *Used in synthetic chemical products as preservatives such as yeast.
*Consume certain pollutants as a source of energy
*used to make sauerkraut,pickles, and vinegar
5 True/False questions
3 other possible virus culturing techniques → 1. Living animal 2. Embryonated Eggs 3. Cell cultures
Thallus → The body of mold or fleshy fungus joined to together by hypae
Biotechnology → The study of life in all its forms
Lysogenic cycle of a virus → cycle in which the host cell remains alive.
1.attachment-sites are disrupted over surface of virus.
2.penetration-capsid enters emdocytosis, cell pulls virus viron inside.
3.uncoating- breakdown of viral nucleic from protein coat by host cells enzymes.
4. Biosynthesis- dna is replicated
Mycelium → Cross walls contained inside the hyphae