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This includes the notes from lecture, a brief book outline, and homework from chapter 1 & 2.
This study guide includes lecture notes and notes from the readings for the first exam.
These notecards are for Exam 2 in Dr. Olson's microbiology test. You are actually able to convert your printer to print directly onto index cards. the oddly numbered pages are the words/phrases on the front side of the card and the even pages are meant for the backside of the card. Yes, you will have to physically flip the stack of cards. (just pick them up, flip them all at once and use reverse pr
162 terms of condensed and specific information you should know for Dr. Olson's third exam! You can convert these into flashcards or use them for last minute studying before the exam. Regardless of how you use them, I guarantee everything you need to know is written in these 19 pages. Best of luck!
This contains 162 flashcards of concise but detailed terms that you need to know for Dr. Olson's third exam. If you would prefer to print out the sheets versus index cards, I have another study guide with the same exact information but in bulleted form versus index card form labeled "BSC 310 Exam 3". Best of luck on your exam!
These notes cover genomics, replication, transcription, translation, and a brief overview on temperature classes of bacteria.
These flashcards cover all the key terms from previous exams (for the cumulative portion of the exam) as well as more detailed terms for the material we just learned including viral diversity and genetic engineering. If you would only like the flashcards for the individual exams, I have also posted each exam flashcard set separately.
Here is the material needed for Dr. Olson's exam 1. It covers Chapters 1-2, and half of Chapter 3 from Brock Biology of Microorganism.
Week one notes
Class notes 8/29
BSC 310 Microbiology Study Guide
BSC 310 Microbiology Exam 2 Study Guide
Microbiology Exam 3 notes
Section IV: Microbial Metabolism 03/07/2013 ▯ - Nutritional Requirements Energy source, carbon source, nitrogen source, minerals, organic growth factors, water 1
BSC 310 Exam #3 Study Guide 04/03/2013 ▯ - Advantages of bacteria in genetic studies reproduce rapidly very small, can work with large populations inexpensive to grow haploid, don’t have to worry about dominant and recessive natural mechanisms for sharing genetic info or genetic engineering ▯ - Definitions gene – segment of DNA that codes for production of molecule of RNA (or RNA that c
BSC 310 Exam #2 02/20/2013 ▯ - Bacterial Growth Macroorganisms: growth = increase in size/mass Microorganisms: growth = increase in numbers/population o Interrelated – bacteria increase in mass before they divide by binary fission o Bacterial viability: capable of dividing Measuring Bacterial Growth o # bacteria in liquid culture = cells/mL water quality testing = cells/100 mL o Total count
BSC 310 Exam #1 01/23/2013 Section I: Classification; Comparison of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cell Structures - Microorganisms include bacteria (including cyanobacteria/blue-green algae, protozoa, fungi (largest living thing ever found), algae, viruses - Classification/Taxonomy Linnaeus = father of modern taxonomy; two-kingdom system; use of Genus species naming system Two-Kingdom: 1) animals
These notes cover chapter 6 that will be on exam 3.
These notes are for the very first class of BSC 310. They cover the introduction to Microbiology, as well as microorganisms and their cell types.
These notes cover until midway through January
Recitation for test 2 material.
Quiz questions from March 9, 2018
Quiz from 4-4-2018
Class notes for 4-18-18
Class Notes 4-23-18, Dead week notes
Final Study Guide for Microbiology, final is 5/1