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Nursing Microbiology
Dr. Michelle Badon

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Hello guys, I have combined all lectures and created a study guide for exam 1. There are up to 90 questions and answers to them are in the lecture notes I uploaded. I hope this helps. Thank you fo...
Nursing Microbiology
Dr. Michelle Badon
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Date Created: 09/19/15
STUDY GUIDE EXAM 1 Tuesday September 15 2015 1637 OWWbWN 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 Know the research that shows that Pseudomonas syringae can grow in water from hailstorm and how it makes it rain at warm temperature Who is J Craig Venter and what was his research What is microbiology What are the 6 types of microorganism and their characteristics Microbes are Ubiquitous what does this mean What role do microorganisms play in our everyday life what are the human use of microorganisms What is decomposition What are pathogens Who is St Vincent de Paul and what was his work 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Who is Florence Nightingale and what was her research study What do you know about the history of microbiology Who is the Father of microbiology and what were his works research Who is Antonie van Leeuwenhoek and what were his works What did Jan Baptista van Helmont contribute to microbiology What is the difference between biogenesis and abiogenesis Explain the decaying meat experiment and who came about it Explain the Swan neck experiment and who came about it What are the scientific methods Who is Ignaz Semmelweis What is puerperal fever Who is Joseph Lister Who is Robert Koch and what were his works State the germ theory of disease Know the system of nomenclature Define the following Nomenclature Taxonomy classification identification binomial What is a cell and give its characteristics Define the following atoms electrons protons neutrons molecules compound elements atomic number atomic mass We have naturally occurring elements We have number of elements in total First shell contains maximum number of electrons and second shell contains maximum number of electrons Another word for orbital is The stability of an atom depends upon Atoms can either or electrons to others Identify the 3 types of chemical bond In covalent bond atoms in Ionic bond atoms and in hydrogen bond atoms Name the types of covalent bond and the define them What are anions and cations What is ionization and ions What is potential Hydrogen At what pH value do most bacteria live and what is the pH value for neutrality Difference between acidophiles and alkalophines What is a buffer Inorganic compound does not contain both amp It doesn39t have bonds what are precursor metabolites What is ATP What are macromolecules Give the 4 classes of macromolecules and their characteristics Define hydrophobic and hydrophilic Amino acids are held together by bonds What is a polypeptide chain Name the 4 structures of protein Define enzymes what does protein denaturation mean 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 give at least 4 conditions that denatures protein Name the types of carbohydrates and give their characteristics Include examples Name the types of nucleic acids and give their characteristics Nucleotides are composed of and What are the nitrogenous bases and give their complements complementary bases RNA has instead of Thymine and instead of deoxyribose sugar Each nitrogenous base is joined together by bond Nucleotides are held by bond Name the group of lipids and their characteristics What are fatty acids and phospholipids Give the structure of phospholipid What is the difference between EHEC and HUS What were the problems Robert Koch had in isolating bacteria How was the problem solved Define the following sterile aseptic pure culture contaminated culture sub culture mixed culture and axenic Define the following inoculation incubation isolation inspection identification and colony Explain the methods of isolating bacteria What is a media Media can be classified in the and state List and define the types of media Rapid growth of microbes takes place at the while slower growth takes place at the What are peptones and broth Blood agar is used for and chocolate agar is used for while MacConkey agar is used for Blood agar is both a and a medium Microbes exhibiting gamma hemolysis have exhibiting beta hemolysis have and microbes exhibiting alpha hemolysis have What is CH ROMagar orientation What are the species identified by CHROMagar orientation What is a light microscope List and define the types of microscopy What is refraction and refractive index What are the factors that determine the quality of an optical image Define them Name the types of electron microscopy and their uses What is fixation List and explain the two types of fixation Differentiate between the following Positive amp Negative staining Simple amp Differential staining What are the characteristics of biological stains What is special stain What do you know about gram stain and what year was it first introduced


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