Spring 2010 final - BIO 315 SPRING 2010 Final Exam BIO 315...

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BIO 315 SPRING 2010 Final Exam 1 BIO 315 - MICROBIOLOGY Final Exam – Spring 2010 Fill in your name and SOLAR I.D. number on your answer sheet before starting. Answers to the multiple choice questions must be filled in on the answer sheet with a #2 pencil. There are 60 multiple choice questions. Answer sheets will be collected when time is called at 4:45 pm. If you finish before time is called then you may hand in your answer sheets and leave. Please keep your copy of the exam questions. Answers and grades will be posted ASAP on BLACKBOARD. Select the best answer. GOOD LUCK!! By the way, you guys have made this semester a pleasure. Thanks and have a good summer!
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BIO 315 SPRING 2010 Final Exam 2 1) Which of the following types of cells is directly involved in specific resistance (immunity)? A) Basophils B) Lymphocytes @ C) Neutrophils D) Eosinophils E) Monocytes 2) Into which kingdom would we classify the pathogenic organism that is the causative agent of Malaria? A) Monera B) Protista @ C) Fungi D) Plantae E) Animalia 3) A provirus is a stage in the replication cycle of a/an A) herpesvirus B) poxvirus C) lytic animal virus D) enveloped retrovirus @ E) temperate bacteriophage 4) You are observing a pathogen under the microscope and notice that it contains ribosomes. This structure could not be : A) Escherichia coli B) The causative agent of Salmonella food poisoning C) The parasite that causes malaria D) A rhabdovirus @ E) A yeast 5) The specificity of an antibody is due to A) The H chains only. B) The constant regions of both the H and L chains. C) The variable regions of both the H and L chains. @ D) The amino acid sequence of the immunoglobin gene itself. E) The L chains only. 6) An organism that uses ammonia as an energy source and carbon dioxide as a carbon source would be considered a: A) photoautotroph. B) photoheterotroph. C) chemoautotroph.@ D) chemoheterotroph. E) photoanaerobe.
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BIO 315 SPRING 2010 Final Exam 3 7) Porins are channels that allow hydrophilic molecules to pass through cell membranes. Which of the following organisms is most likely to contain porins? A) Yersinia @ B) Streptococcus C) Bacillus D) Clostridium E) A Bacillus endospore 8) Which of the following cellular structures could be found in both the pathogen that causes malaria and a pathogen that causes bacterial meningitis? A) mitochondria B) rough endoplasmic reticulum C) a nucleus D) ribosomes @ E) a peptidoglycan cell wall 9) Which is the correct order of the taxonomic categories, going from most general to most specific ? A) kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species @ B) division, kingdom, class, family, genus, species C) species, genus, family, order, class, phylum, kingdom D) species, family, class, order, phylum, kingdom, genus E) kingdom, division, order, phylum, family, species 10) Which of the following classes would contain most, if not all, human pathogens? A) psychrophiles
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