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Mastering Microbiology Ch17
Antigens processing and presentation?
Why would a body cell that is not a ph…
How do phagocytes communicate to other…
Which structure do antigens presenting…
is a way for a cell to give information about its activities
Non-phagocytic body cells can become infected with a virus
They present antigens from engulfed foreign cells
Phagolysosome
Antigens processing and presentation?
is a way for a cell to give information about its activities
Why would a body cell that is not a ph…
Non-phagocytic body cells can become infected with a virus
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Mastering Microbiology Ch 13
We sometimes are able to generate anti…
Enveloped viruses have a layer of lipi…
What occurs during vital uncoating?
Which of the following statements conc…
Attachment... Hint: Many of the proteins of the outside of a vir…
Release... Hint: At which stage of viral replication does the vi…
The capsid breaks apart, releasing the viral genome... Hint: The…
The "host range" for a virus is determined by the presence or…
We sometimes are able to generate anti…
Attachment... Hint: Many of the proteins of the outside of a vir…
Enveloped viruses have a layer of lipi…
Release... Hint: At which stage of viral replication does the vi…
37 terms
Mastering Microbiology
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Which of the following matches the org…
The observations of Hooke and van Leeu…
The primary role of microbes on the planet involves causing d…
Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported the c…
Eukarya--single-celled and multicellular organisms, with a de…
the cell theory stating that all living things are composed o…
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
The primary role of microbes on the planet involves causing d…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported the c…
37 terms
Mastering Microbiology
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Which of the following matches the org…
The observations of Hooke and van Leeu…
The primary role of microbes on the planet involves causing d…
Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported the c…
Eukarya--single-celled and multicellular organisms, with a de…
the cell theory stating that all living things are composed o…
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
The primary role of microbes on the planet involves causing d…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported the c…
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Mastering Microbiology CH17
Ear infection
Interleukin-1
Vasodilation of capillaries and accumu…
Neutrophil
Which of the following is the most likely possible diagnosis…
While we usually think of fever as a bad thing, a fever is ac…
The examination led to a diagnosis of otitis media (OM), or a…
Most patients would happily accept a prescription for antibio…
Ear infection
Which of the following is the most likely possible diagnosis…
Interleukin-1
While we usually think of fever as a bad thing, a fever is ac…
Mastering Microbiology
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Which of the following matches the org…
The observations of Hooke and van Leeu…
The primary role of microbes on the planet involves causing d…
Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported the c…
Eukarya--single-celled and multicellular organisms, with a de…
the cell theory stating that all living things are composed o…
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
The primary role of microbes on the planet involves causing d…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported the c…
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mastering microbiology
Which of the following lipids has the…
Bacterial cell walls are composed of...
A reaction requires water as a reactan…
What functional groups are present in…
Polyunsaturated fats
peptides and polysaccharides
A decomposition reaction
Amino and carboxyl groups
Which of the following lipids has the…
Polyunsaturated fats
Bacterial cell walls are composed of...
peptides and polysaccharides
225 terms
Mastering Microbiology
Who disproved the theory of spontaneou…
Classification of organisms in the thr…
Which of the following is NOT part of…
You are observing a cell through a mic…
Pasteur
cell type
insects
Has a peptidoglycan cell wall
Who disproved the theory of spontaneou…
Pasteur
Classification of organisms in the thr…
cell type
56 terms
Mastering Microbiology Ch16
Mucous membranes are part of?
According to the animation, B cells in…
Which of the following defense systems…
According to the animation, antibodies…
innate defence
helper T cells
T lymphocytes
Phagocytosis and the complement system
Mucous membranes are part of?
innate defence
According to the animation, B cells in…
helper T cells
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Mastering microbiology
Main categories of transmission?
expected prevalence
Incidence of disease
nosocomial infections
-Contact transmission ... -Vehicles (fluids/air/dust)... -Vector (i…
-prevalence expected based on past observations
number of new cases overtime
Infections from hospitals
Main categories of transmission?
-Contact transmission ... -Vehicles (fluids/air/dust)... -Vector (i…
expected prevalence
-prevalence expected based on past observations
59 terms
Mastering Microbiology
Why is ATP required for glycolysis?... a)…
Glycolysis literally means?
How many net ATPs can be made from one…
What carbon molecules remain at the en…
b
Sugar splitting
Two
Pyruvic Acid
Why is ATP required for glycolysis?... a)…
b
Glycolysis literally means?
Sugar splitting
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Microbiology Test 2 Mastering
Which of the following is an example o…
Which of the following correctly descr…
Which of the following chemical agents…
The antimicrobial activity of chlorine…
Sue washes off the vegetables before serving them in a meal.…
Surface-active agents, or surfactants, decrease surface tensi…
Ethylene Oxide
the formation of hypochlorous acid
Which of the following is an example o…
Sue washes off the vegetables before serving them in a meal.…
Which of the following correctly descr…
Surface-active agents, or surfactants, decrease surface tensi…
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Chapter 10 Mastering Microbiology
Who proposed the concept of chemothera…
Who discovered the first antibiotic wi…
This figure represents a Petri plate.…
A compound is extracted from a microbi…
Paul Ehrlich
...
Bacteria B is producing an antibiotic that inhibits the growt…
semisynthetic antimicrobial.
Who proposed the concept of chemothera…
Paul Ehrlich
Who discovered the first antibiotic wi…
...
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Chapter 16 Mastering Microbiology
Mucous membranes are a part of... the c…
According to the animation, B cells in…
Which of the following defense systems…
According to the animation, antibodies…
innate defense
helper T cells
T lymphocytes
Phagocytosis and the complement system
Mucous membranes are a part of... the c…
innate defense
According to the animation, B cells in…
helper T cells
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Mastering Microbiology Ch15
Endotoxins are also known as?
When would endotoxins be released from…
Which of the following would be the fi…
Why is a release of endotoxin into the…
Lipid A
When the cell dies
Fever
It can lower blood pressure and cause the patient to go into…
Endotoxins are also known as?
Lipid A
When would endotoxins be released from…
When the cell dies
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Chapter 11 Mastering Microbiology
Match the descriptions with the prokar…
Match the correct descriptions with th…
Match the correct descriptions with th…
Endospores... may be produced when nutr…
may be produced when nutrients are scarce.
Match the descriptions with the prokar…
Match the correct descriptions with th…
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Microbiology Test 1 (mastering microbiology)
List all structural properties and act…
How are organisms placed into the thre…
Like all forms of life on Earth, all m…
Arrange the types of microorganism in…
plasma membrane, ribosomes, metabolism, evolution
RNA
metabolism, growth, and evolution
anaerobes, anoxygenic phototrophs, oxygenic phototrophs, aero…
List all structural properties and act…
plasma membrane, ribosomes, metabolism, evolution
How are organisms placed into the thre…
RNA
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Chapter 2 Mastering Microbiology
Matter composed of a single type of at…
The outer ring in the figure represent…
The type(s) of bond produced when atom…
Which parts of the atoms interact in a…
element
an electron shell
a nonpolar covalent bond
electrons
Matter composed of a single type of at…
element
The outer ring in the figure represent…
an electron shell
33 terms
Chapter 13 Mastering Microbiology
Which of the following is a feature sh…
In what ways do viruses differ from ot…
The outermost layer of a virion fulfil…
Which of the following is a characteri…
possession of a genome that directs synthesis of materials ne…
Viruses lack cytoplasm and organelles.
both protection and recognition
type of nucleic acid
Which of the following is a feature sh…
possession of a genome that directs synthesis of materials ne…
In what ways do viruses differ from ot…
Viruses lack cytoplasm and organelles.
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Chapter 5 Mastering Microbiology
Anabolic reactions may be characterize…
The (activation /inhibition/saturation…
The molecule that an enzyme acts upon…
How does a competitive inhibitor slow…
forming large molecules from smaller molecules.
saturation
substrate
They compete with the substrate for the enzyme's active site.
Anabolic reactions may be characterize…
forming large molecules from smaller molecules.
The (activation /inhibition/saturation…
saturation
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Chapter 6 Mastering Microbiology
Nitrogen is a growth-limiting nutrient…
At temperatures higher than the maximu…
In the process of ________ microbes de…
A microorganism found living under con…
only a few microbes can extract it from the atmosphere, but a…
hydrogen bonds are broken, proteins are denatured, and membra…
quorum sensing
hydrostatic pressure
Nitrogen is a growth-limiting nutrient…
only a few microbes can extract it from the atmosphere, but a…
At temperatures higher than the maximu…
hydrogen bonds are broken, proteins are denatured, and membra…
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Mastering Microbiology Ch 13
We sometimes are able to generate anti…
Enveloped viruses have a layer of lipi…
What occurs during vital uncoating?
Which of the following statements conc…
Attachment... Hint: Many of the proteins of the outside of a vir…
Release... Hint: At which stage of viral replication does the vi…
The capsid breaks apart, releasing the viral genome... Hint: The…
The "host range" for a virus is determined by the presence or…
We sometimes are able to generate anti…
Attachment... Hint: Many of the proteins of the outside of a vir…
Enveloped viruses have a layer of lipi…
Release... Hint: At which stage of viral replication does the vi…
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Mastering Microbiology Ch 14
Which of the following statements conc…
Which of the following is an example o…
Koch's postulates established criteria…
Which of the following is classified a…
Pathology refers to the study of structural and functional ch…
E. Coli within the large intestine
The pathogen must be isolated from inoculated animals and mus…
Shingles
Which of the following statements conc…
Pathology refers to the study of structural and functional ch…
Which of the following is an example o…
E. Coli within the large intestine
mastering microbiology chapter 3
Smear
fixing
stains
basic dye
A thin film spread over slide
attaches smear to slide & kills the organism
salts containing positive and negative ions
positive ion
Smear
A thin film spread over slide
fixing
attaches smear to slide & kills the organism
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Mastering Microbiology
Which of the following types of organi…
In which organism would you likely fin…
Which of the following is a bacterium…
Which of the following is a trait uniq…
Purple Sulfur Bacteria
Green Sulfur Bacteria
Cyanobacteria
the presence of chloroplasts
Which of the following types of organi…
Purple Sulfur Bacteria
In which organism would you likely fin…
Green Sulfur Bacteria
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Mastering Microbiology Chapter 1
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Which of the following represents the…
Consider an organism that is eukaryoti…
The primary role of microbes on the planet involves causing d…
Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported the c…
Staphylococcus aureus
fungi
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
The primary role of microbes on the planet involves causing d…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported the c…
31 terms
Mastering Microbiology
DNA strand complementary to CGA ATC AGC:
Correct statement concerning transcrip…
The flow of information in cells:
True statements concerning sugar utili…
GCT TAG TCG... DNA forms complementary strands by base pairing…
All types of RNA in the cell are synthesized by transcription…
mRNA is made by copying specific regions of DNA called genes.…
Bacteria growing on glucose as the sole carbon source grow fa…
DNA strand complementary to CGA ATC AGC:
GCT TAG TCG... DNA forms complementary strands by base pairing…
Correct statement concerning transcrip…
All types of RNA in the cell are synthesized by transcription…
mastering microbiology chapter 4
prokaryotes
eukaryotes
planes of division
glycocalys
no membrane bound organelles, cell walls contain peptidoglyca…
membrane bound organelles, when a cell wall is present it's s…
one-diplo or strepto... two-tetrad... three-sacinae... mult-staphylo
a sugar coat that is recreated by the cell and protects it fr…
prokaryotes
no membrane bound organelles, cell walls contain peptidoglyca…
eukaryotes
membrane bound organelles, when a cell wall is present it's s…
37 terms
Mastering Microbiology
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Which of the following matches the org…
The observations of Hooke and van Leeu…
The primary role of microbes on the planet involves causing d…
Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported the c…
Eukarya--single-celled and multicellular organisms, with a de…
the cell theory stating that all living things are composed o…
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
The primary role of microbes on the planet involves causing d…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported the c…
Mastering Microbiology
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Which of the following matches the org…
The observations of Hooke and van Leeu…
The primary role of microbes on the planet involves causing d…
Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported the c…
Eukarya--single-celled and multicellular organisms, with a de…
the cell theory stating that all living things are composed o…
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
The primary role of microbes on the planet involves causing d…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported the c…
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Mastering Microbiology Ch 13
We sometimes are able to generate anti…
Enveloped viruses have a layer of lipi…
What occurs during vital uncoating?
Which of the following statements conc…
Attachment... Hint: Many of the proteins of the outside of a vir…
Release... Hint: At which stage of viral replication does the vi…
The capsid breaks apart, releasing the viral genome... Hint: The…
The "host range" for a virus is determined by the presence or…
We sometimes are able to generate anti…
Attachment... Hint: Many of the proteins of the outside of a vir…
Enveloped viruses have a layer of lipi…
Release... Hint: At which stage of viral replication does the vi…
Mastering Microbiology CH 2
Decomposition Reaction
Chemical reaction
Atomic components
Atom number/weight(mass)
(reverse of synthesis reaction) to decompose/break down into…
Making or breaking of bonds between atoms.
Electron - Negative charge (e-)... Protons - Positive charge... Neu…
Number - # of protons in nucleus... Weight - # of Proton & neut…
Decomposition Reaction
(reverse of synthesis reaction) to decompose/break down into…
Chemical reaction
Making or breaking of bonds between atoms.
25 terms
Microbiology: Metabolism (Mastering Chp. 5)
In metabolism, energy that is not used…
The reactions involved in producing la…
Where does the energy required for ana…
The use of amino acids to make protein…
Given off as heat
Anabolism
Catabolic reactions
Anabolism
In metabolism, energy that is not used…
Given off as heat
The reactions involved in producing la…
Anabolism
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Mastering Microbiology Chapter 1
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Which of the following represents the…
Consider an organism that is eukaryoti…
The primary role of microbes on the planet involves causing d…
Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported the c…
Staphylococcus aureus
fungi
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
The primary role of microbes on the planet involves causing d…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported the c…
35 terms
Chapter 4 Mastering Microbiology
Prokaryotic cell
Eukaryotic cell
Nucleus
Endoplasmic Reticulum
Circular chromosome, not enclosed within a nuclear membrane.…
Linear chromosomes, enclosed within a nuclear. Cellulose or c…
a part of the cell containing DNA and RNA and responsible for…
a cell structure that forms a maze of passageways in which pr…
Prokaryotic cell
Circular chromosome, not enclosed within a nuclear membrane.…
Eukaryotic cell
Linear chromosomes, enclosed within a nuclear. Cellulose or c…
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Microbiology Mastering Ch 4
Which of the following structures is N…
Which of these statements is true rega…
What is the mechanism of action of pen…
Which of the following statements accu…
Capsule
Prokaryotic plasmids may carry genes that provide antibiotic…
Penicillin weakens the cell wall.
Only gram-negative cells have a lipopolysaccharide (LPS) layer.
Which of the following structures is N…
Capsule
Which of these statements is true rega…
Prokaryotic plasmids may carry genes that provide antibiotic…
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Chapter 14 Mastering Microbiology
Human normal microbiota begin to devel…
If an individual is a carrier of an in…
Fecal-oral infections are usually a re…
Which of the following types of diseas…
during birth
both asymptomatic and infective. page 411
waterborne transmission. page 422
acute disease. Acute diseases develop rapidly and last a rela…
Human normal microbiota begin to devel…
during birth
If an individual is a carrier of an in…
both asymptomatic and infective. page 411
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Mastering Microbiology Chapter 16
Mucous membranes are a part of
According to the animation, B cells in…
Which of the following defense systems…
According to the animation, antibodies…
innate defense
helper T cells
T lymphocytes
Phagocytosis and the complement system
Mucous membranes are a part of
innate defense
According to the animation, B cells in…
helper T cells
27 terms
Mastering Microbiology chapter 1
(looking at the pictures of the cheek…
Which of the following is NOT an examp…
Microbiologists study parasitic worms…
Which of the following is a true state…
C) They have a nucleus
C) Algae
C) they cause diseases that are diagnosed by finding Microsco…
C) No archaea are known to cause disease in humans.
(looking at the pictures of the cheek…
C) They have a nucleus
Which of the following is NOT an examp…
C) Algae
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Chapter 20 Mastering Microbiology
What is meant by selective toxicity?…
Why are chemotherapeutic agents that w…
Why is polymyxin only used on the skin…
Quinolones and fluoroquinolones act ag…
Chemotherapeutic agents should act against the pathogen and n…
Humans and other animal hosts lack peptidoglycan cell walls.
It can also damage living human cell membranes, but the drug…
DNA gyrase
What is meant by selective toxicity?…
Chemotherapeutic agents should act against the pathogen and n…
Why are chemotherapeutic agents that w…
Humans and other animal hosts lack peptidoglycan cell walls.
41 terms
Mastering Chapter 13.1 - Microbiology
Multiple Choice Question 13.1... Part A -…
Multiple Choice Question 13.2... Part A -…
Multiple Choice Question 13.33... Part A…
True/False Question 13.53... Part A - 4…
Viruses are not composed of cells.
They cannot reproduce themselves outside a host.
Viruses use their own catabolic enzymes.
False: ... Viruses are obligatory intracellular parasites -- so…
Multiple Choice Question 13.1... Part A -…
Viruses are not composed of cells.
Multiple Choice Question 13.2... Part A -…
They cannot reproduce themselves outside a host.
67 terms
Mastering Microbiology Chapter 14
Which of the following statements conc…
Which of the following is an example o…
Koch's postulates established criteria…
Which of the following is classified a…
Pathology refers to the study of structural and functional ch…
E. coli within the large intestine
The pathogen must be isolated from inoculated animals and mus…
shingles
Which of the following statements conc…
Pathology refers to the study of structural and functional ch…
Which of the following is an example o…
E. coli within the large intestine
47 terms
Mastering Microbiology Ch 1
The microbes commonly known as _______…
Which of the following is NOT a charac…
Which of the following statements conc…
Who discovered penicillin?
Protozoa
they are visible with a light microscope.
A suspected pathogen must be found in the majority of individ…
Fleming
The microbes commonly known as _______…
Protozoa
Which of the following is NOT a charac…
they are visible with a light microscope.
24 terms
Mastering Microbiology - Chapter 20
Which antibiotic is overcome by beta-l…
How might efflux pumps increase antibi…
Bacteria that are resistant to sulfona…
Why would an efflux pump for penicilli…
A: Penicillin
A: Resistant bacteria can have more efflux pumps, and can hav…
A: PABA
A: Penicillin disrupts the cell wall, which is located outsid…
Which antibiotic is overcome by beta-l…
A: Penicillin
How might efflux pumps increase antibi…
A: Resistant bacteria can have more efflux pumps, and can hav…
47 terms
Mastering Microbiology Ch 1
The microbes commonly known as _______…
Which of the following is NOT a charac…
Which of the following statements conc…
Who discovered penicillin?
Protozoa
they are visible with a light microscope.
A suspected pathogen must be found in the majority of individ…
Fleming
The microbes commonly known as _______…
Protozoa
Which of the following is NOT a charac…
they are visible with a light microscope.
53 terms
Mastering Microbiology Exam 1
What is an inoculum?
Which of the following best describes…
A student properly flames her loop but…
If a student forgets to flame the mout…
The bacteria transferred to a new medium.
To manipulate bacteria without introducing contaminants.
The hot loop may create aerosols when it touches the culture.
The medium in the tube might become contaminated.
What is an inoculum?
The bacteria transferred to a new medium.
Which of the following best describes…
To manipulate bacteria without introducing contaminants.
52 terms
Mastering Microbiology Chapter 1
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Which of the following represents the…
Consider an organism that is eukaryoti…
The primary role of microbes on the planet involves causing d…
Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported the c…
Staphylococcus aureus
fungi
Which of the following are FALSE conce…
The primary role of microbes on the planet involves causing d…
How was disproving spontaneous generat…
Pasteur's experiments with swan-necked flasks supported the c…
12 terms
***Mastering Microbiology CH 7
_______________ is a process used to d…
During a flood, a community's well wat…
Prior to drawing blood for a blood don…
When microbial control methods are use…
Pasteurization; the taste of the food or drink will not be al…
yes, most likely
antisepsis
toxins produced by the microbe
_______________ is a process used to d…
Pasteurization; the taste of the food or drink will not be al…
During a flood, a community's well wat…
yes, most likely
39 terms
Chapter 26 Mastering Microbiology
Al Capone contracted syphilis in his y…
Which of the following is true of the…
Which of the following terms does NOT…
Which type of infection can result in…
tertiary
It may never progress to tertiary syphilis.
attenuated
salpingitis
Al Capone contracted syphilis in his y…
tertiary
Which of the following is true of the…
It may never progress to tertiary syphilis.
29 terms
***Mastering Microbiology CH 16
Mucous membranes are a part of
B cells interact directly with
Which of the following defense systems…
According to the animation, antibodies…
innate defense.
helper T cells.
T lymphocytes
Phagocytosis and the complement system
Mucous membranes are a part of
innate defense.
B cells interact directly with
helper T cells.
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