Fall2014Exam1testformA (1) - MICROBIOLOGY 200 LECTURE EXAM 1 Print Name Signature Student Identification Number Section Number Enter your name and

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MICROBIOLOGY 200 LECTURE EXAM 1 September 10, 2014 Print Name_______________________________________________________________________ Signature _________________________________________________________________________ Student Identification Number_________________________ Section Number________________ Enter your name and student identification number in the correct spaces on both this test form and the answer sheet. Read the directions carefully before starting the test. Choose the single best answer and enter it on your answer sheet. One answer is more appropriate than any other. Do not ask for help during the test but if you see an ambiguous question or answer make a * note in the margin of the question/answer form and write out an explanation beside it. If possible, do not make erasures on the answer sheet. They may be misgraded by the computer (the risk is yours). You have 50 minutes to complete the test. Hand in both test forms. Illness is the only reason to leave the room. Ask a proctor for permission. Test Form A 1._______Mycology is the study of ______. a.virusesb.prokaryotesc.protozoansd.yeast and moldse.Archaea 2._______ What cellular structure is important in classifying a bacterial species as Gram-positive or Gram- negative? a. plasma membrane b. endospore c. ribosome d. glycocalyx e. cell wall 3._______You are studying Balantidium coli, a ciliated protozoan. You would expect to find all of the following structures in this organism except: 4._______ATP can be generated by bacteria using all of the following pathways except: 1
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5._______ Hektoen-Enteric agar contains bile salts that inhibit the growth of gram-positive bacteria. The medium also contains lactose, a carbohydrate, and acid fuchsin and brom thymol blue, pH indicators. The colonies of gram-negative bacteria that can ferment the lactose appear orange and the colonies of gram-negative bacteria that do not ferment lactose appear blue-green. Colonies of gram-negative bacteria that produce H 2 S have black centers. This type of medium is an example of a/an _____ medium. a. differential b. selective c. enrichment d. differential and selective e. differential and enrichment 6._______Which of the following methods will not sterilizea Nichrome wire inoculating needle?
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  • Bacteria, DNA, cytoplasmic membrane, bacterial cytoplasmic membrane

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