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BIO 205 Microbiology
O2 Requirements:... What does it test for?
O2 requirements... How did we inoculate?
Facultative anerobe test:... What does it…
Facultative anerobe:... Why did we test t…
the organisms oxygen requirements
Inoculate with loop into broth under pink surface cap tightly…
to see if your O2 requirements are facultative or aerobe
to see if our EI can grow without O2
O2 Requirements:... What does it test for?
the organisms oxygen requirements
O2 requirements... How did we inoculate?
Inoculate with loop into broth under pink surface cap tightly…
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BIO 205 (Microbiology)
Describe the theories of spontaneous g…
What is a domain in taxonomy and how i…
What is binomal nomenclature? Why use…
Write the complete, correct scientific…
Spontaneous generation: The idea that life comes from non liv…
The three domains are bacteria, archaea, and eukarya. 1. Bact…
We have to use scientific names so that people don't get conf…
Staphylcoccus... Micrococcus ... (Underlined of course)
Describe the theories of spontaneous g…
Spontaneous generation: The idea that life comes from non liv…
What is a domain in taxonomy and how i…
The three domains are bacteria, archaea, and eukarya. 1. Bact…
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Microbiology History BIO 205
microscopic organisms
homunculus
normal flora
Who developed the Nomenclature system
all organisms to small to be seen without a microscope
history of microbiology; it was thought that sperm contained…
An individuals particular set of microbial life
Carolus Linnaeus
microscopic organisms
all organisms to small to be seen without a microscope
homunculus
history of microbiology; it was thought that sperm contained…
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BIO 205 - Chapter 26 Environmental Microbiology
microbial ecology
interactions
biotic
abiotic
________ _________ is the study of microbes in natural habita…
Microbial ecology explores ________ between microbes and thei…
A _______ organism is living or dead.
A/n _________ organism is a nonliving component such as gases…
microbial ecology
________ _________ is the study of microbes in natural habita…
interactions
Microbial ecology explores ________ between microbes and thei…
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BIO 205 Microbiology Hoyt Lab Mid Term
Staphylococcus aureus Gr (+) purple
Prepare smear, mix culture, sterilize…
Kills bacteria and adherence to slide
sterilizes the loop so that it does no…
What is the name of your unknown broth/culture bacteria? Is i…
Explain how to do a simple stain in order and separate with c…
What is the purpose of heat fixation?
What is the purpose of sterilizing the loop?
Staphylococcus aureus Gr (+) purple
What is the name of your unknown broth/culture bacteria? Is i…
Prepare smear, mix culture, sterilize…
Explain how to do a simple stain in order and separate with c…
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BIO205 Microbiology Hoyt Lecture Exam 2
Selective media isolates specific grou…
Budding and Binary Fission
When a parent cell buds and replicates…
Replication of cells at an exponential…
Explain the difference between selective and differential media
What are the two methods of growth and cell division?
What is Budding?
What is Binary Fission?
Selective media isolates specific grou…
Explain the difference between selective and differential media
Budding and Binary Fission
What are the two methods of growth and cell division?
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Microbiology (Bio 205) Exam 1
What are the microbe groups from small…
What diseases are caused by prions?
Give an example of a bacterial infecti…
Smallest bacteria
Anthropods (insects)... Helminths... Protists (Protozoa)... Fungi... Bact…
Mad Cow Disease... Creutzfeldt-Jakob, Scrapie, CWD
Disease name: Pharyngitis (strep throat)... Causative Microbe: S…
chlamydia... mycoplasms
What are the microbe groups from small…
Anthropods (insects)... Helminths... Protists (Protozoa)... Fungi... Bact…
What diseases are caused by prions?
Mad Cow Disease... Creutzfeldt-Jakob, Scrapie, CWD
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BIO205 Microbiology Hoyt Lecture Exam #3
What is the difference between vertica…
What 2 events need always to occur for…
If incorporation does NOT occur during…
What are 3 ways a bacterial gene trans…
Vertical gene transfers genes between generations. For exampl…
Donor DNA must enter recipient cell and donor DNA must be inc…
Donor DNA is destroyed by 99.9% No genetic recombination can…
Transformation, transduction and conjugation
What is the difference between vertica…
Vertical gene transfers genes between generations. For exampl…
What 2 events need always to occur for…
Donor DNA must enter recipient cell and donor DNA must be inc…
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BIO 205 Microbiology Hoyt Lab Practical
When light is bent. When light is bent…
Direction of light changes from air, w…
Staphylococcus
Streptococcus
What is diffraction? Why is it important in microscopy?
Refraction
Name the morphology and arrangement
Name the morphology and arrangement
When light is bent. When light is bent…
What is diffraction? Why is it important in microscopy?
Direction of light changes from air, w…
Refraction
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BIO 205 Microbiology Hoyt Lab Practical
When light is bent
Direction of light changes from air, w…
Staphylococcus
Streptococcus
Diffraction
Refraction
Name the morphology and arrangement
Name the morphology and arrangement
When light is bent
Diffraction
Direction of light changes from air, w…
Refraction
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Microbiology Exam 1 BIO-205
Eucarya ... a. have a simpler internal st…
Endotoxin... a. consists of LPS... b. determ…
The scientific name of an organism inc…
Which is usually true of bacteria? ... a.…
d. have a more complex internal structure than archaea or bac…
a. consists of LPS
d. genus & species
e. all of the choices are correct
Eucarya ... a. have a simpler internal st…
d. have a more complex internal structure than archaea or bac…
Endotoxin... a. consists of LPS... b. determ…
a. consists of LPS
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BIO 205 microbiology exam 2
metabolism
catabolism
anabolism
enzymes
the sum of the chemical reactions in an organism
all decomposition reactions in an organism
all synthesis reactions in an organism
molecules that speed up (catalyze) biochemical reactions
metabolism
the sum of the chemical reactions in an organism
catabolism
all decomposition reactions in an organism
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BIO 205 Microbiology Hoyt Lecture Exam #4
Innate and adaptive
resistance to any pathogen or foreign…
immunity or resistance to a specific p…
skin, mucous membranes, secretions of…
Two types of body defenses
What is innate or non-specific resistance? Explain 3 types of…
What is adaptive or specific resistance? How is it acquired?…
There are 3 lines of defenses, the first 2 are non-specific a…
Innate and adaptive
Two types of body defenses
resistance to any pathogen or foreign…
What is innate or non-specific resistance? Explain 3 types of…
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Chapter 6 Microbiology (BIo-205)
Metabolism
Anabolism vs. Catabolism
potential energy vs Kinetic energy... En…
exergonic vs endergonic
sum of synthesize new parts and harvest energy to power react…
Catabolism: process that degrades compounds to release energy…
Potential energy is stored energy that can be used but is not…
Exergonic reactions: reactants have more free energy. Energy…
Metabolism
sum of synthesize new parts and harvest energy to power react…
Anabolism vs. Catabolism
Catabolism: process that degrades compounds to release energy…
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Chapter 4 Microbiology (Bio-205)
Pure culture:
Streak plate method:
Binary Fission:
Generation time:
- defined as population of cells derived from a single cell…
- simplest, most commonly used method for isolating ... - spread…
- the way prokaryotic cells divide ... (one cell divides into tw…
is the time it takes to double ... - varies among species & envi…
Pure culture:
- defined as population of cells derived from a single cell…
Streak plate method:
- simplest, most commonly used method for isolating ... - spread…
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BIO205 Microbiology Chapter 9
Reduction in the # of microorganisms a…
Refers to an environment or procedure…
Suffixes indicting destruction of a ty…
Removal of microbes by mechanical means
ANTISEPSIS
ASEPTIC
-CIDE... -CIDAL
DEGERMING
Reduction in the # of microorganisms a…
ANTISEPSIS
Refers to an environment or procedure…
ASEPTIC
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Microbiology Midterm Vocab - rio salado bio 205
pathogenic
bacteria
fungi
protozoa
microorganism able to cause disease
Domain of prokaryotic organisms characterized by peptidoglyca…
organism that belongs to kingdom fungi; a eukaryotic absorpti…
unicellular eukaryotic organisms, usually chemoheterotroph
pathogenic
microorganism able to cause disease
bacteria
Domain of prokaryotic organisms characterized by peptidoglyca…
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Bio 205 (Microbiology) Exam 1
Microorganism
Microbiology
Ubiquitous
Recombinant DNA
A living thing ordinarily too small to be seen w/out magnific…
A specialized area of biology that deals w/ living things ord…
Being or seeming to be everywhere at the same time.
A technology associated w/ genetic engineering that deliberat…
Microorganism
A living thing ordinarily too small to be seen w/out magnific…
Microbiology
A specialized area of biology that deals w/ living things ord…
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Exam 1 (Microbiology BIO205)
In viewing a microscopic specimen, oil…
The acid-fast stain
Viruses
Newly emerging or reemerging diseases
decrease the refraction AND increase the resolution.
is useful for distinguishing a small group of organisms, incl…
are obligate intracellular parasites.
may be due to changing lifestyles, are exemplified by Lyme di…
In viewing a microscopic specimen, oil…
decrease the refraction AND increase the resolution.
The acid-fast stain
is useful for distinguishing a small group of organisms, incl…
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Microbiology (Bio 205) Exam 1
What are the microbe groups from small…
What diseases are caused by prions?
Give an example of a bacterial infecti…
Smallest bacteria
Anthropods (insects)... Helminths... Protists (Protozoa)... Fungi... Bact…
Mad Cow Disease... Creutzfeldt-Jakob, Scrapie, CWD
Disease name: Pharyngitis (strep throat)... Causative Microbe: S…
chlamydia... mycoplasms
What are the microbe groups from small…
Anthropods (insects)... Helminths... Protists (Protozoa)... Fungi... Bact…
What diseases are caused by prions?
Mad Cow Disease... Creutzfeldt-Jakob, Scrapie, CWD
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BIO-205 Microbiology Midterm Exam
Fungi are important because of their a…
All fungi have ____ in their cell walls.
The mechanism by which genes are trans…
The source of variation among microorg…
help many plants grow, cause disease in plants, make certain…
chitin
transduction
mutation
Fungi are important because of their a…
help many plants grow, cause disease in plants, make certain…
All fungi have ____ in their cell walls.
chitin
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BIO205 Microbiology Hoyt Lab quiz #5
Most bacteria and fungi will not be ki…
Pyrogallol is a reducing agent that is…
grows in the PRESENCE of 02
grows in the ABSENCE of 02
Why doesn't 48-50 degrees C temp of melted agar kill most of…
Explain how an anaerobic atmosphere can be created in a jar?
Explain obligate aerobe
Explain obligate anaerobe
Most bacteria and fungi will not be ki…
Why doesn't 48-50 degrees C temp of melted agar kill most of…
Pyrogallol is a reducing agent that is…
Explain how an anaerobic atmosphere can be created in a jar?
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BIO205 Microbiology Hoyt Lab Quiz #6
What is the purpose of the phenol red…
What is the function of the Durham tub…
What is the color of phenol red at an…
What is the importance of catalase to…
Used to detect the fermentation of specific carbohydrates; pH…
Used to trap gas by microorganisms
Red to YELLOW
Catalyzes destruction of hydrogen peroxide which is toxic to…
What is the purpose of the phenol red…
Used to detect the fermentation of specific carbohydrates; pH…
What is the function of the Durham tub…
Used to trap gas by microorganisms
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Microbiology Classification of Bacteria (Rio Salado BIO 205)
Staphylococcus aureus
Staphylococcus epidermis
Streptoccocus pyogenes
Enterococcus faecalis
Gram positive... Grape-like clusters... Yellowish, round, large, op…
Gram positive coccus... Clusters which look like grapes.... Small,…
Gram positive ... Coccus that is seen in chains.... Small, nonpigme…
Gram positive coccus that is seen in chains, pairs, and occas…
Staphylococcus aureus
Gram positive... Grape-like clusters... Yellowish, round, large, op…
Staphylococcus epidermis
Gram positive coccus... Clusters which look like grapes.... Small,…
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BIO205 Microbiology Hoyt Lab Quiz #7
What bacteria would you use the TSI te…
Why must TSI test observations be made…
Difference between an acid and alkalin…
How is SIM medium used to detect motil…
Enteric bacteria
It needs to incubate for that long in order to detect the pre…
Acid slant is yellow and alkaline slant is red
Motility is present when the growth of the culture is not res…
What bacteria would you use the TSI te…
Enteric bacteria
Why must TSI test observations be made…
It needs to incubate for that long in order to detect the pre…
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Bio 205 - Microbiology for Pima Community College
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Which of the following represents the…
Consider an organism that is eukaryoti…
1.) Microbes produce vitamins in the intestines. ... 2.) Microb…
1.)Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported th…
1.) STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS ... 2.) Staphylococcus aureus ... 3.) Sta…
1.) bacteria ... 2.) fungi ... 3.) archaea ... 4.) protozoa ... ANSWER: 2
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
1.) Microbes produce vitamins in the intestines. ... 2.) Microb…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
1.)Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported th…
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Microbiology bio205 Vocabulary 1 quiz
Asexual reproduction
Spontaneous generation
Fermentation
Pasteurization
generates offspring that are genetically identical to a singl…
is an obsolete body of thought on the ordinary formation of l…
Is a metabolic process that converts sugar to acids, gases or…
process destroys pathogens through simple heat
Asexual reproduction
generates offspring that are genetically identical to a singl…
Spontaneous generation
is an obsolete body of thought on the ordinary formation of l…
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BIO 205 Microbiology Hoyt Lab Practical
When light is bent. When light is bent…
Direction of light changes from air, w…
Staphylococcus
Streptococcus
What is diffraction? Why is it important in microscopy?
Refraction
Name the morphology and arrangement
Name the morphology and arrangement
When light is bent. When light is bent…
What is diffraction? Why is it important in microscopy?
Direction of light changes from air, w…
Refraction
39 terms
BIO 205 Microbiology Hoyt Lecture Exam #4
Innate and adaptive
resistance to any pathogen or foreign…
immunity or resistance to a specific p…
skin, mucous membranes, secretions of…
Two types of body defenses
What is innate or non-specific resistance? Explain 3 types of…
What is adaptive or specific resistance? How is it acquired?…
There are 3 lines of defenses, the first 2 are non-specific a…
Innate and adaptive
Two types of body defenses
resistance to any pathogen or foreign…
What is innate or non-specific resistance? Explain 3 types of…
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Microbiology Lab Final GCU Bio-205
Explain competency
Describe the transformation experiment…
Describe characteristics of a plasmid
Innate Immunity
is when a bacteria can uptake new DNA) (We made bacteria comp…
Transformation occurs when bacteria take up free-floating DNA…
Plasmids carry full-length genes & can introduce new genotype…
born with it & protects the host against anything that is not…
Explain competency
is when a bacteria can uptake new DNA) (We made bacteria comp…
Describe the transformation experiment…
Transformation occurs when bacteria take up free-floating DNA…
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BIO205 Microbiology Lab Final Study Guide
Define bacteriophage, lytic, and plaque.
Explain the purpose of making dilution…
Calculate the titer of phage in the or…
Differentiate macroscopic and microsco…
bacteriophage, a virus that infects bacteria.... lytic, a type…
Making dilutions of the T-4 virus allows the creation of coun…
1. Determine which plate has a countable number (and what its…
Molds produce multicellular filaments called hyphae.... Yeasts…
Define bacteriophage, lytic, and plaque.
bacteriophage, a virus that infects bacteria.... lytic, a type…
Explain the purpose of making dilution…
Making dilutions of the T-4 virus allows the creation of coun…
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Microbiology Midterm Vocab - rio salado bio 205
pathogenic
bacteria
fungi
protozoa
microorganism able to cause disease
Domain of prokaryotic organisms characterized by peptidoglyca…
organism that belongs to kingdom fungi; a eukaryotic absorpti…
unicellular eukaryotic organisms, usually chemoheterotroph
pathogenic
microorganism able to cause disease
bacteria
Domain of prokaryotic organisms characterized by peptidoglyca…
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CH1 BIO205 F16 CCC Main Themes of Microbiology
microbiology
microorganisms, microbes
bacteria
algae
What is the study of those life forms that require the aid of…
Organisms too small to be seen by the unaided eye. __________…
"A single-celled, microscopic prokaryotic organism"
photosynthetic, plantlike organisms that generally lack the c…
microbiology
What is the study of those life forms that require the aid of…
microorganisms, microbes
Organisms too small to be seen by the unaided eye. __________…
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BIO 205 - Microbiology Chapter 7 & 8
Catabolism
Metabolism
Anabolism
Catalysts
Breaks bonds of larger molecules into smaller... -releases energy
Pertains to all chemical reactions and physical workings of t…
Forms larger macromolecules from smaller ones... -formation of p…
Increases the rate of a chemical reaction without becoming pa…
Catabolism
Breaks bonds of larger molecules into smaller... -releases energy
Metabolism
Pertains to all chemical reactions and physical workings of t…
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Microbiology; Reichert. BIO 205, Exam 3
Staphylococcus aureus
streptococcus pyogenes
propriobacterium acnes
pseudomonas aeruginosa
impetigo, folliculitis, toxic shock
impetigo, erysipelas
acne
hot tub folliculitis
Staphylococcus aureus
impetigo, folliculitis, toxic shock
streptococcus pyogenes
impetigo, erysipelas
Microbiology Midterm Vocab - rio salado bio 205
pathogenic
bacteria
fungi
protozoa
microorganism able to cause disease
Domain of prokaryotic organisms characterized by peptidoglyca…
organism that belongs to kingdom fungi; a eukaryotic absorpti…
unicellular eukaryotic organisms, usually chemoheterotroph
pathogenic
microorganism able to cause disease
bacteria
Domain of prokaryotic organisms characterized by peptidoglyca…
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Boise State BIO 205 Microbiology; Final Exam
T/F: The indirect ELISA is useful for…
HIV virus particles attach to ________…
T/F: The CD4 receptor is found on most…
T/f: Sometimes B-cells revert to or ch…
True
CD4 Receptors
False
False
T/F: The indirect ELISA is useful for…
True
HIV virus particles attach to ________…
CD4 Receptors
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Bio 205 - Microbiology for Pima Community College
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Which of the following represents the…
Consider an organism that is eukaryoti…
1.) Microbes produce vitamins in the intestines. ... 2.) Microb…
1.)Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported th…
1.) STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS ... 2.) Staphylococcus aureus ... 3.) Sta…
1.) bacteria ... 2.) fungi ... 3.) archaea ... 4.) protozoa ... ANSWER: 2
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
1.) Microbes produce vitamins in the intestines. ... 2.) Microb…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
1.)Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported th…
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BIO 205 Microbiology EXAM 2 Requirements and Growth
Autotrophic
Heterotrophic
Saprotrophic
Parasitic
organisms can synthesize their own complex organic compounds…
organisms cannot synthesize their own complex organic compoun…
nutrition from dead organisms
nutrition from living organism. Commensal - little or no effe…
Autotrophic
organisms can synthesize their own complex organic compounds…
Heterotrophic
organisms cannot synthesize their own complex organic compoun…
352 terms
Microbiology Midterm Vocab - rio salado bio 205
pathogenic
bacteria
fungi
protozoa
microorganism able to cause disease
Domain of prokaryotic organisms characterized by peptidoglyca…
organism that belongs to kingdom fungi; a eukaryotic absorpti…
unicellular eukaryotic organisms, usually chemoheterotroph
pathogenic
microorganism able to cause disease
bacteria
Domain of prokaryotic organisms characterized by peptidoglyca…
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Microbiology 205
1-1 List several ways in which microbe…
Describe some of the destructive and b…
1-2 Recognize the system of scientific…
Distinguish a genus from a specific ep…
1
destructive: pathogenic; spoil foods; ... soil microbes break do…
a genus and a specific epithet (species)
a genus: Capitalized and ... a specific epithet (species): not c…
1-1 List several ways in which microbe…
1
Describe some of the destructive and b…
destructive: pathogenic; spoil foods; ... soil microbes break do…
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Microbiology 205
Prokaryotes Have remarkable metabolic…
Growth Factors for Microbes
Energy sources
Phototroghs
require nutrients to synthesize cell components
Only grow if growth factors are present: Amino acids, vitamin…
Sunlihgt, chemical compunds
Obtained energy from sunlight, Plants, algae, phontosynthetic…
Prokaryotes Have remarkable metabolic…
require nutrients to synthesize cell components
Growth Factors for Microbes
Only grow if growth factors are present: Amino acids, vitamin…
99 terms
Microbiology 205
1-1 List several ways in which microbe…
Describe some of the destructive and b…
1-2 Recognize the system of scientific…
Distinguish a genus from a specific ep…
1
destructive: pathogenic; spoil foods; ... soil microbes break do…
a genus and a specific epithet (species)
a genus: Capitalized and ... a specific epithet (species): not c…
1-1 List several ways in which microbe…
1
Describe some of the destructive and b…
destructive: pathogenic; spoil foods; ... soil microbes break do…
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Microbiology Chapter 5 - Bio 205 Grand Canyon University
Joseph Lister
Sterilization
Sterile
Disinfection
applied phenol (carbolic acid) to damaged tissue
removal of all microorganisms
Item is free of all microbes including endospores and viruses…
elimination of most or all pathogens- indicates antimicrobials
Joseph Lister
applied phenol (carbolic acid) to damaged tissue
Sterilization
removal of all microorganisms
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Microbiology 205
microbiology
electrons
atom
nucleus
look at small things: viruses, bacteria, parasites, things th…
tiny subatomic particle that goes around and has a nucleus, p…
most fundamental part of matter, smallest chemical unit of me…
made up of protons and neutrons, involved in nuclear reaction
microbiology
look at small things: viruses, bacteria, parasites, things th…
electrons
tiny subatomic particle that goes around and has a nucleus, p…
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Microbiology 205
Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
People made observations and began to…
Carolus Linnaeus
Binomial Nomenclature
Made simple microscopes, then examined water seeing microbes…
Correlation between environment and disease (Pakistan and Ind…
Grouped the microbes discovered by Leeuwenhoek and created a…
Escheruhua coli- First word genus and second word species
Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
Made simple microscopes, then examined water seeing microbes…
People made observations and began to…
Correlation between environment and disease (Pakistan and Ind…
99 terms
Microbiology 205
1-1 List several ways in which microbe…
Describe some of the destructive and b…
1-2 Recognize the system of scientific…
Distinguish a genus from a specific ep…
1
destructive: pathogenic; spoil foods; ... soil microbes break do…
a genus and a specific epithet (species)
a genus: Capitalized and ... a specific epithet (species): not c…
1-1 List several ways in which microbe…
1
Describe some of the destructive and b…
destructive: pathogenic; spoil foods; ... soil microbes break do…
99 terms
Microbiology 205
1-1 List several ways in which microbe…
Describe some of the destructive and b…
1-2 Recognize the system of scientific…
Distinguish a genus from a specific ep…
1
destructive: pathogenic; spoil foods; ... soil microbes break do…
a genus and a specific epithet (species)
a genus: Capitalized and ... a specific epithet (species): not c…
1-1 List several ways in which microbe…
1
Describe some of the destructive and b…
destructive: pathogenic; spoil foods; ... soil microbes break do…
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Microbiology 205
What is the usual habitat of endospore…
Most Bacillus species are
Many clostridial diseases require a/an…
Clostridium perfringens causes
Dust and soil
nonpathogens
anaerobic
myonecrosis and antibiotic-induced colitis
What is the usual habitat of endospore…
Dust and soil
Most Bacillus species are
nonpathogens
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BIO205 Microbiology Hoyt Lecture Exam #3, Bio205 Exam 3 Hoyt
difference between vertical and horizo…
2 events need always to occur for succ…
If incorporation does NOT occur during…
3 ways a bacterial gene transfer can h…
V:transfers genes between generations, parent to daughter, by…
Donor DNA must enter recipient cell & donor DNA must be incor…
Donor DNA is destroyed by 99.9% No genetic recombination can…
Transformation, transduction and conjugation
difference between vertical and horizo…
V:transfers genes between generations, parent to daughter, by…
2 events need always to occur for succ…
Donor DNA must enter recipient cell & donor DNA must be incor…
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