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5 Matching questions

  1. aseptic technique
  2. Louis Pasteur
  3. List and define the five methods of culturing microorganisms
  4. What is Bergey's Manual?
  5. streak plate
  1. a involves diluting the bacterial cells in a sample to an end point where a single cell divides giving rise to single pure colony
  2. b The published source for bacterial classification
  3. c French chemist and biologist whose discovery that fermentation is caused by microorganisms resulted in the process of pasteurization (1822-1895); he cured his family with theory and thier rabies
  4. d steps necessary to ensure an environment free from pathogens
  5. e 1.Incoulate 2.Incubate 3. Isolation 4.Inspection 5. Identification

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Essential organic nutrients & Not synthesized by the microscope and must be supplemented
  2. container growing two or more indentified species
  3. the use of chemical agents to treat or control disease (or mental illness)
  4. proposed classifying all life into three domains
  5. This was the first man to isolate a bacterium and a virus and as a result h could create new vaccines for the disease

5 True/False questions

  1. List some of the types of classification systems and their differences. What is a domain and what are they?Domain- developed under the five kingdom system; Evolution- scheme allows for a universal tree of life "phylogenetic tree"; Identification- the process of discovering and recording traits

          

  2. Oliver Wendell Holmesit needs oxygen, but can only tolerate low concentrations of it.

          

  3. 5. Describe the naming of microbes according to the system of binomial nomenclature.The genius is listed first and is capitalized , then comes the species which is in lower case

          

  4. Explain the bacterial growth curve and each stageLag Phase, Exponential Phase, Stationary Phase, Death Phase

          

  5. smearmaterial spread on a surface (as of a microscopic slide)