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Date Created: 10/05/15
Viruses A What are viruses A1 Distinctive features of viruses A2 Viral structure 0 Virions 0 Naked viruses 0 Enveloped viruses 0 Spikes 0 Virus classification A3 Naked viruses A4 Enveloped viruses A5 Complex viruses B Viral multiplication B1 Typical steps during viral multiplication 32 Common principles of viral multiplication 33 Study bacteriophages from lab Know the difference between lytic and lysogenic temperate phages BA In uenza virus 0 Characteristics 0 Life cycle 0 Recombination in the in uenza Virus 35 Retroviruses 0 Characteristics 0 Reverse transcription RNA DNA FNA RNA dependenl DNA polymerase DNA FINA DNA RNA RNA DNA lt D NA D NA dependent DNA polymerase DNA DNA 15 DNA 0 Life cycle c Txansfmmadan by vimses c 1 Whmh Viruses m muse unm c 2 mearmuagevnes anmgmsmmm mppmssm genes CSkumv 14 mmw veqmn m ancaqene SOFF Oncaqene um um Mumn mm Microbial Growth Introduction A Why is microbial growth important B Characteristics of bacterial growth B1 How do bacteria divide review in textbook B2 General formula of bacterial growth when cells are doubling B3 Calculations involving bacterial growth BA Phases of microbial growth in shaking cultures 0 lag phase 0 log exponential phase 0 stationary phase 0 death phase C Counting bacteria C1 Direct counts 0 Plate counts How do we spread bacteria evenly How do we make sure the right number of bacteria is added Calculation of bacterial numbers based on dilutions review from lab Disadvantages of plate counting o Filtration and plating o Microscopy What are the principles of microscopic counts Direct count using a Petroff Hauser cell Filter and count C2 Indirect counts 0 Turbidity 0 Dry weight review from textbook
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