Exam One - Micro Exam 1 The Golden Age of microbiology came to end partly due to the = THE ADVENT OF WORLD WAR I 2 Koch's postulates provided

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Micro Exam 1) The Golden Age of microbiology came to end partly due to the = THE ADVENT OF WORLD WAR I 2) Koch’s postulates provided guidelines for = RELATING CERTAIN MICROORGANISMS WITH CERTAIN DIESEASES 3) An important reason why microbiology did not experience rapid development after van Leeuwenhoek’s time was = THE RELATIONSHIP OF MICROORGANISMS TO DISEASE WAS NOT ESTABLISHED 4) Semmelweis showed that the transmission of disease in hospitals could be interrupted by = HAND WASHING IN CHLORINE WATER 5) All the following attempted to prove or disprove the doctrine of spontaneous generation except = ROBERT KOCH 6) Pasteur first suggested that bacteria could cause disease in humans by showing that they could cause diseases in = WINE 7) The Gram stain technique is valuable in distinguishing = TYPES OF BACTERIA 8) Which of the following sequences expresses a relationship of increasing size = VIRUSES, BACTERIA, PROTOZOA 9) The terms Prokaryote and Eukaryote refer primarily to the presence of a cellular =
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2009 for the course BIO 201 taught by Professor Paquette during the Spring '09 term at Rhode Island.

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Exam One - Micro Exam 1 The Golden Age of microbiology came to end partly due to the = THE ADVENT OF WORLD WAR I 2 Koch's postulates provided

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