MIC+101+Exam+1+Fall+2010

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Unformatted text preview: MIC 101 Exam 1 Page 1 MIC 101 Exam 1 (14 October 2010) Please put your Name and Student ID Number on your ScanTron. Please fill-in Form A . Please mark your Answers to Multiple Choice Questions on your ScanTron. Please erase any Mistakes on your ScanTron very Carefully. Please do not ask any Questions during the Exam. Exception: If you think there is a Typo or an Error on any Question, please call me or your TA over. ___________________________________________________________________ 1. In the Event of an Earthquake you should -- A. Get as far underneath your Lab Bench as Possible. You should remain underneath your Lab Bench after the Motion ceases since a significantly stronger, structurally damaging Motion may follow shortly thereafter. B. Get as far underneath your Lab Bench as Possible. As soon as the Motion ceases, you should exit the Lab, turn Left and exit The Science Labs Building via the North Stairwell since a significantly stronger, structurally damaging Motion may follow shortly thereafter. C. Get as far underneath your Lab Bench as Possible. As soon as the Motion ceases, you should exit the Lab, turn Right and exit The Science Labs Building via the South Stairwell since a significantly stronger, structurally damaging Motion may follow shortly thereafter. D. Immediately and rapidly exit the Lab via the Door leading to the Hallway and remain in the Hallway -- as far away from any Windows as is practical -- until the Motion ceases. As soon as the Motion ceases, you should exit The Science Labs Building via the South Stairwell since a significantly stronger, structurally damaging Motion may follow shortly thereafter. MIC 101 Exam 1 Page 2 2. The Term Aseptic Technique and Term Sterile Technique are bounced around as though they were Synonyms (G= same name). They are not. More precisely -- A. Aseptic Technique involves working without any Life Forms. Sterile Technique involves working with only the Organisms of Interest. B. Aseptic Technique involves working with only the Organisms of Interest. Sterile Technique involves working without any Life Forms. C. Aseptic Technique is always used when handling Bacterial Cultures in Liquid Growth Media. Sterile Technique is always used when handling Bacterial Cultures on Plates or other Solid Growth Media. D. Aseptic Technique is always used when handling Bacterial Cultures on Plates or other Solid Growth Media. Sterile Technique is always used when handling Bacterial Cultures in Liquid Growth Media. 3. One of the Rogue s Gallery Bacteria on the Back Bench in Lab 1 was the Enteric Bacterium Enterobacter aerogenes . These are Gram Negative, Non- Spore-Forming Rods. There are both free-living Enterobacter Species in the Soil and Symbiotic Enterobacter Species inside the Enteric Tract of Warm- Blooded Animals (Birds or Mammals). Enterobacter aerogenes is Non-Pathogenic....
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