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Exam 1 Study Guide Biol 311

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Bio Exam 1 Study Guide Match The Person With their Contributions to Microbial History 1. Carl Wose A. Disproved Spontaneous Generation in 2. Edward Jenner Animals 3. Florence Nightingale B. Disproved Spontaneous Generation of microbes 4. Franceco Redi C. Developed pure culture techniques and 5. Haekel 6. Lady Montagu the scientific method of microbiology 7. Leeuwonhook D. Invented the Petri Dish 8. Lyna Margulis E. Invented Agar 9. Pasteur F. Introduced Smallpox inoculation in Europe 10.Petri in 1717 G. Infected Patients with cowpox lesions 11.Robert Hooke 12.Robert Koch H. Studied Bacteria in their natural habitat 13.Sergei Winogradsky and discovered lithotrophes 14.Walter Hesse and His I. Classified Microbes and their own thing Wife not plants or animals 15.Whittaker J. Gave Fungus their own kingdom K. Discovery of Archea as a separate domain of life L. Found that more soldiers die from infection than battle M. Invented the Compound Microscope N. Discovered 1 micrometer Bacteria Be Able To Draw and Label the Following  Dehydration Reaction  Biased Random Walk  Amino Acid with an “R” side  Alpha-Glucose group  DNA Monomer  4 Levels of Protein Structure  RNA Monomer  Structure of Peptidoglycan  Lipid Bilayer Phospolipid  Structure of a Prokaryote Rotary  Lipid MonoLayer Phospholipid Flagella  Saturated and Unsaturated  Chemostat Fatty Acid  Growth Cycle Graph (Label the  Bacterial Cell (best estimate) 4 steps and explain them)  Winogradsky Column  ABC Protein Process   Be Able to Explain the Structure and Function of the Following  Cytoplasm-    Cell Membrane-   Inner Membrane-  Outer Membrane-  Cell Wall-    Nucleoid-   Flagellum-   List the top 5 components in the cell  Number  Name  Percent  Estimated Mass in Number Cell                   Compare, Contrast and Explain the uses of 1. Active and Passive Transport    2. Gram Positive and Gram Negative Bacterium    3. Lipid Monolayer and a Lipid Bilayer    4. Saturated vs. Unsaturated Fatty Acids    5. Cys- and Trans- Bonds  Explain Each of the Following  Cell Membrane-  Selective Transport-  Semipermiable-  Which molecules can get through and why? Which molecules cannot/ why?  Osmosis-  When can weak acids and bases cross the membrane?  LPS-   Where is it found?   What does it do to man?   Which part of LPS causes this response?   Murein Lipoprotein-   What is it?   What does it do?   How big is it?  How many amino acids is it made of?   Cytoskeleton-  What is the function of each of the following proteins?  Fls2-  MreB-  Creb-   Give a quick explanation of Binary Fission (5 sentences max)       Explain the Function of Each  Gas Vesicles-  Storage Granules-  Nanotubes-  Nanowires-  Pili-  Stalks-  Rotary Flagella-   Explain the Following  Irreducible Complexity and what it’s used to prove-   Explain How Each Affects Chemotaxis  Attractants-    Repellents-   What is a defined minimal medium?     Ricksettsia prowizekii- What is it? Why can’t it be cultured?   Explain Each of The Following  Autotrophs-  Photoautotrophs-  Chemoautotrophs-  Lithoautotrophs-  Heterotrophs-  Photoheterotrophs-  Chemoheterotrophs-  Organotrophs-  Define and Draw the Relationship Between Rhizoa and Plants   What is a Permease Substrate-Specific Carrier Protein? What does it do?    What is a Permease?    Explain Active Transport   Explain a Coupled Transport System  What is the difference between symport and antiport?   What is the source of energy for both?   Explain the steps of Ferric Ion Transport into the Cell      Explain Group Translocation Systems. What do they do? Give an example.        Define Generation Time-    Study Whatever else may be covered on 2/5/16 


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