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5 Matching questions

  1. Envelopes
  2. How are multi-cellular fungi identified
  3. Helical Viruses
  4. 6 Major organism groups
  5. Resolution
  1. a The ability of the microscope objective to seperate fine details.
    (the higher the resolution, the finer the detail seen)
  2. 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.
  3. c Covers the capsid in some viruses and consists of a combination of lipids ,proteins, and carbohydrates.
  4. d Viruses that resemble long rods and may be rigid or flexible(ex Flu or Measels)
  5. e Physical characteristics,colony characteristics, and reproductive spores

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Bacteriophages are grown in either a liquid media or solid media.
  2. Controls the amount of light entering condenser
  3. Mass of long filaments of cells, usually found in molds that are formed by hyphae under favorable conditions
  4. 1. Living animal 2. Embryonated Eggs 3. Cell cultures
  5. complicated structures; part may be helical and part may be polyhedral(Ebola and cholera)

5 True/False questions

  1. Taxonomy HierarchyKingdom
    Phylum
    Class
    Order
    Family
    Genus
    Species
    Strain

          

  2. Solid media culture technique leads to what?plaque method of detecting viruses in which the concentrations of viral suspensions are measured in PFUs

          

  3. Fine focusing knobMoves stage relatively large distances in respect to the objective.

          

  4. What shows exact characteristics of a virusDNA and RNA fingerprints

          

  5. How is yeast identifiedbiochemical test like bacteria