Microbiology Exam One Study Guide

Microbiology Exam One Study Guide - Microbiology Exam One...

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Microbiology Exam One Study Guide 1. Why should we care about microbiology? 2. We can account for the decrease in infectious diseases in developed countries because of… 3. Microorganisms are known for being… 4. What most basic chemical and physical principles have come from the study of microorganisms? 5. What makes them so versatile in the lab? 6. What does the study of microbiology encompass? 7. What two things have largely hampered the study of microbiology? 8. Who invented the first compound microscope and what was the magnification? 9. In early microscopy this was used 10.This man used the compound microscope to look at what? 11.This man probably had the first observation of bacteria, with what magnification? 12.How does a simple lens work? 13.What are the four types of macromolecules? 14.Macromolecules are important in these two parts of the cells 15.The most abundant biological molecule is? 16.The aqueous environment plays a large role in determining how macromolecules____ to form structures in the cell. 17.Water is _____, life needs water to be sustained. 18.Water does not interact with, , molecules. 19.Water loves, molecules. 20.These chemicals contain both carbon and hydrogen atoms
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2009 for the course BIO 280 taught by Professor Erikagehr during the Spring '07 term at James Madison University.

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Microbiology Exam One Study Guide - Microbiology Exam One...

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