Microbiology 503 Test 1
Microbiology 503 Test 1 BMS 503-7
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Microbiology Study Guide Test 1 1. Write the corresponding letter next to each type of bacterial flagella _____ _____ _____ _____ a. Peritrichous b. Amphitrichous c. Monotrichous d. Lophotrichous 2. What is the purpose and function of an endospore? 3. What is the difference between a fimbriae and a pili? 4. How would one determine whether a bacterial cell is Gram+ or Gram? 5. True or False, In 1665, Louis Pasteur ran an experiment using sets of jars and pork chops. He left one jar uncovered, one completely covered, and the last one covered with cheesecloth. T or F 6. Explain the idea of Spontaneous Generation. 7. What are Koch’s 4 Postulates? 8. Compare and Contrast prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells. 9. What is the benefit to prokaryotic cells being small in size? 10. The Three types of Cell morphology are: a. Coccus, flagella, spiral b. Rod, spirillum, coccus c. Round, straight, curved d. Tall, short, long 11. How is confocal microscopy able to show multiple layers of bacteria or other prokaryotic cells? 12. True or False, all cells have a cell wall T or F 13. How is bacterial DNA condensed in the nucleoid? 14. What are the 2 types of media? 15. True or False, exergonic reactions release G (gibbs free energy) and have +△G T or F 16. In an oxidation reaction, electrons are ________, while in a reduction reaction, electrons are __________. 17. Name and describe the 4 energy classes of organisms 18. Name and describe the 2 ways a cell can utilize pyruvate 19. True or false, oxygen is not the only electron acceptor that can produce ATP, although it is the electron acceptor that produces the most ATP. T or F 20. True or False, eukaryotes and prokaryotes can utilize anaerobic respiration. T or F
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