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MIC 102 Final Exam Practice questions Page 1 of 8 Last updated: 6/2/17 The purpose of this document is to give you some questions to assess your knowledge with, not to serve as a representative Final exam; the Final exam will have more even coverage of Modules 1-3. Please re-visit the practice questions for MT1 and MT2. MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS Choose the best answer of those available 1. Which statement regarding HIV is true? A. Reverse transcriptase is encoded on the genome B. Drugs that inhibit the HIV protease target early steps in the HIV replication cycle C. Treatment of HIV involves a combination of drugs to reduce the chance of antiviral resistance arising in the virus D. A and C 2. Which of the following exemplifies the unique metabolic capabilities of Bacteria and Archaea? 3. Which molecules activate the innate and adaptive immune system, respectively? 4. As Chief of Infectious diseases at a large, well-regarded research hospital, you are alarmed at the high frequency of Klebsiella-related serious complications and death among patients in an intensive care unit (ICU). These multi-drug resistant Klebsiellainfections all are resistant to all β-lactam antibiotics, including carbabenams, the "last hope" antibiotics for hospital-acquired Klebsiellaspp. infections. Thus, these infections essentially are untreatable. The very rapid emergence and spread of βlactam resistance in this ICU likely results from the - 5. If a missense mutation arose in the leghemoglobin gene of leguminous plants that resulted in decreased activity, how would it impact the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis? A. Rhizobiumwould not be able to adhere to the root hairs B. Rhizobiumwould produce less fixed nitrogen
MIC 102 Final Exam Practice questions Page 2 of 8 Last updated: 6/2/17 C. Viable Rhizobiumwould not be released following decomposition of the legume D. Rhizobiumwould not produce nodulation factors

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