5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How are multi-cellular fungi identified
- Helical Viruses
- 6 Major organism groups
- a The ability of the microscope objective to seperate fine details.
(the higher the resolution, the finer the detail seen)
- b 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.
- c Covers the capsid in some viruses and consists of a combination of lipids ,proteins, and carbohydrates.
- d Viruses that resemble long rods and may be rigid or flexible(ex Flu or Measels)
- e Physical characteristics,colony characteristics, and reproductive spores
5 Multiple choice questions
- Bacteriophages are grown in either a liquid media or solid media.
- Controls the amount of light entering condenser
- Mass of long filaments of cells, usually found in molds that are formed by hyphae under favorable conditions
- 1. Living animal 2. Embryonated Eggs 3. Cell cultures
- complicated structures; part may be helical and part may be polyhedral(Ebola and cholera)
5 True/False questions
Taxonomy Hierarchy → Kingdom
Solid media culture technique leads to what? → plaque method of detecting viruses in which the concentrations of viral suspensions are measured in PFUs
Fine focusing knob → Moves stage relatively large distances in respect to the objective.
What shows exact characteristics of a virus → DNA and RNA fingerprints
How is yeast identified → biochemical test like bacteria