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Exam 1 Study Guide

by: Siân L'Roy

Exam 1 Study Guide 2420

Siân L'Roy


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This study guide covers the information from chapters 1,3-5,7,11,12 in the book, but in correspondence with my notes this guide follows chapter 1-7.
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Siân L'Roy on Sunday August 21, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to 2420 at Tarrant County College District taught by Mark Pulse in Summer 2016. Since its upload, it has received 50 views. For similar materials see Microbiology in Biology at Tarrant County College District.


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Date Created: 08/21/16
Exam I: Study Guide Review the following items from notes: 1. Question of Spontaneous Generation 2. Germ Theory 3. Koch’s Postulates 4. Compound and Phase Contrast microscopes 5. Confocal, Scanning, and Transmission microscopes  6. Gram Stain (Steps; different components; under colorization gram (+), over colorization  gram (­)) 7. Coccus 8. Bacillus 9. Coccobacillus 10. Vibrio 11. Spirillum 12. Spirochete 13. Diplo 14. Strepo 15. Tetrad 16. Sarcina 17. Staphylo 18. Functions of the inner plasma membrane 19. Know NAG and NAM in peptidoglycan 20. Differences of gram (+) and gram (­) 21. LPS in outer membrane 22. Flagella 23. Endospores; Sporulation; Germination 24. Binary fission: Cell and DNA dividing 25. Doubling time 26. Biofilms both positive and negative 27. Important factors that influence cell growth: temperature, pH, etc. 28. Difference between Hypotonic and Hypertonic environments 29. Oxygen availability 30. Oxygen requirements: Obligate aerobes, obligate anaerobes, etc. 31. Growth curve process and phases 32. The importance of Sterilization 33. The importance of Boiling 34. The importance of Pasteurization 35. Alexander Fleming and his work with Penicillin 36. Know the six antibiotic classes and the drugs that are used 37. Know everything on Algae, Chlorophyta, Chloroplasts, Protozoa 38. Know the four Predominant malarial parasites 39. Know how a parasite is brought into the body of a host by via of an insect vector 40. Know the unicellular forms of Fungi Exam I: Study Guide 41. Know what Fungi are composed of 42. Know what Dimorphic Fungi cause within the human body 43. Know the cellular differences between Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic bacteria cells


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