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Basic Microbiology

by: Cordie Homenick III

Basic Microbiology MIC 201

Cordie Homenick III
CSU Pomona
GPA 3.91


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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Cordie Homenick III on Saturday October 3, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MIC 201 at California State Polytechnic University taught by Stathopoulos in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 39 views. For similar materials see /class/218320/mic-201-california-state-polytechnic-university in Microbiology at California State Polytechnic University.


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Date Created: 10/03/15
Microbiology Exam 3 Study Guide 1 Suppression of a mutation can occur by a a Reversal of the mutation b Mutation in an unrelated gene c Mutation affecting a different amino acid in some polypeptide d Suppressor tRna e All of the above 2 A silent mutation is a A point mutation that results in no change of the polypeptide sequence 3 Which of the following mutagens causes DNA damage by intercalating with DNA bases Ethidium Bromide 4 In the Ames test a positive result is indicated by growth of a a large number of His Salmonella colonies on a medium lacking histidine b one or more His 7 Salmonella colonies on a medium lacking histidine c a large number of His 7 Salmonella colonies on a medium containing histidine d One of more of His 7 Salmonella colonies on a medium containing histidine e Both b and d 5 In E Coli which of the following proteins recognizes and binds to UV lightinduced thymine dimers a UvrA b UvrB c UvrC d UvrA and Uvr B e UvrA UvrB and UvrC 6 Which of the following descriptions of plasmids is false They are single stranded DNA molecules 7 Which of the following are encoded by genus found on plasmids a Toxins b Adhesions c Capsule Proteins d Proteins related to metabolism e All of the above 8 In generalized transduction a lytic virus transfers all bacterial genes at low but identical frequencies 9 In specialized transduction lys0genic virus transfers DNA from near its site of integration to a new host cell 10 Who showed that DNA caused transformation a Tatum and Lederberg b Watson and Crick c Grif th d Ames e Avery McCarty and Macleod ll Atwodimensional gel electrophoresis is used To analyze protein changes during changing environmental conditions 12 Which of the following is not a characteristic of a genomic island C0ntains n0 ORF s 13 All of the following criteria must be met to assign function to a gene except the presence of homology with a gene from another organism 14 Which of the following enzymes is necessary to generate cDNA from a specific mRNA a Restriction enzymes b DNA ligase c reverse transcriptase d RNA polymerase e All ofthe above 15 The genome ofa Virus is either DNA or RNA 16 The protein that surrounds a Virion and protects it during the extracellular state is The Capsid N O N N L N 4 T4 phage prevents the incorporation of dCTP into its viral genome by C0nve1ting it to 5 hydr0xymethylct0sine A prion is a protein and the causative agent of a Kuru b Mad cow disease c CreutzfeldtJakob disease d bovine spongiform encephalopathies e All of the above Viroids have been identi ed in a Animals b Plants c Insects d Bacteria e All ofthe above The existence of an intracellular parasitic bacterium Chlamydiae supports the theory explaining the origin of viruses Retr0grade Evolution The theory of virus origin with the most support in the scienti c community states that viruses Are escaped pieces of nucleic acid An Icosahedral virus has how many equilateral triangles as faces Where does assembly of the herpes virus take place Nucleus How big is the genome of E Coli 46 million base pairs True 01 False 1 One of the main differences between bacterial chromosomes and plasmids are linear DNA s whereas chromosomes are circular DNA s quot9 FALSE 2 The first bacterial genome to be sequenced was the genome of E Coli UTI quot9 FALSE 3 Many of the Viruses that infect animal cells are enveloped Viruses quot9 TRUE 4 The genetic material in retroviruses is dsRNA quot9 FALSE 5 The primary application of DNA microarrays is to measure protein synthesis under different growth conditions quot9 FALSE


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