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microbiology quiz 1 - 1 The definition of microbiology...

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1 The definition of microbiology includes techniques that microbiologists use. Correct answer: True False 1 0 2 The cell classification of "prokaryote" includes all bacteria and archaea. Correct answer: True False 1 0 3 Viruses are prokaryotic because they have a very simple structure. True Correct answer: False 1 0 4 Microorganisms are very small and contain only a small amount of the C and N on this earth. True Correct answer: False 1 0 5 An "hypothesis" becomes a "theory" when it has been proven by experiment. True Correct answer: False 1 0 6 "Spontaneous generation" was disproved by Redi but after Leeuwenhoek demonstrated microorganisms, the controversy arose again. Correct answer: True False 1 0 7 Chamberland demonstrated a "filterable virus" could pass through his filters that withheld bacteria. Correct answer: True False 1 0 8 Sergei Winogradsky and Martinus Beijerinck demonstrated that microbes have an essential role in the fixation of atmospheric nitrogen into usable nitrates. Correct answer: True False 1 0 9 In the 5 Kingdom classification scheme, Bacteria and Archaea are included together as Protista. True Correct answer: False 1 0 10 The primary difference between Koch's original postulates and the "molecular" Koch's postulates 1 0
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is that instead of the presence or absence of a particular microorganism, we consider whether a particular virulence gene is present and active. Correct answer:
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2008 for the course BIO 205 taught by Professor Mrs. during the Spring '08 term at Northern Virginia.

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