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Test1A-2604-F07-key - Test#1A BIOL2604 General Microbiology...

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1 Test #1A BIOL2604 General Microbiology, CRN90835 09/13/07 Name (printed):__________________________Student #:____________ Total value of the test is 100 points. Each multiple-choice question is worth 3 points. Complete checklist before turning in test: _____Answer questions (1-25) on the scantron form. _____Include your name and student number on this sheet, and the scantron. _____Indicate on the scantron that you are taking test Form A . _____ Sign here to affirm that you have neither given nor received help on this test:______________________________ The University Honor Code is in effect. 1. The concept of isolating specific kinds of bacteria by growing them under conditions that favors their growth but inhibits the growth of other types of cells is an idea whose development is credited to a. Martinus Beijerinck b. Ferdinand Cohn c. Robert Koch d. Antoni von Leeuwenhoek e. Sergei Winogradski 2. Who is credited with being the first to microscopically view and describe bacteria? 3. Who discovered the cause of tuberculosis? 4. Lysozyme catalyzes the dissociation of bonds between sugars of _____________.
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