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Quiz 1

by: Jenny Nabil

Quiz 1 LS-MCRB 121-0001

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Microbiology Quiz 1
Human Biology III (Microbiology)
Dr. Dreyfus and Dr. Kincaid
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Microbiology, micro, Micro112, MCRB112, Mulcahy
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Jenny Nabil on Monday January 4, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to LS-MCRB 121-0001 at a university taught by Dr. Dreyfus and Dr. Kincaid in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 22 views.


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Date Created: 01/04/16
Quiz 1: Microbiology 1.What is the primary stain of the gram stain? Ë Crystal Violet 2.Where is LPS found? Ë In the gram negative cell wall 3.Which of the following is NOT a prokaryotic characteristic? Ë 80s ribosomes 4.Which of these could be a factor that would not agree with the original Koch’s Postulates? Ë a,b,c correct 5.Where is lipoteichoic acid found? Ë In the gram positive cell wall 6.Which of the following is characterised by mycolic acid in the cell wall? Ë myobacteria 7.Which of the following scientists first described bacteria and protozoa? Ë Antony von Leeuwenhoek 8.Which of the following is NOT a prokaryotic characteristic? Ë A diploid genome 9.Which of the following scientists established a link between a disease and a micro- organism? Ë Robert Koch 10.Which of these represents a difference between gram positive and gram negative bacteria? Ë the amount of peptidoglycan


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