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Lecture 1-4 study guide The following information is provided to help you understand the concepts covered in lecture. You may need to use your book to fill in details that were not fully described in lecture. 1. Be sure that you review the vocabulary words and understand their definitions as they pertain to microbiology. 2. Be able to answer the following questions. You may find it helpful to form study groups to review this information. Questions 1.What is Microbiology? Are Microorganisms Friends or foes? What do microorganisms do for us? What do microorganisms do to us? What are some of the key discoveries in Microbiology? Who made them? Remember to look at the table from lecture, as well as the others covered in lecture. How have they changed our view of the world? How has microbiology effected changes in the world? 2. What is a microbe? What are bacteria? Give an example. What are archaea? Give an example. What are fungi? Give an example. What are protozoa? Give an example. What are algae? Give an example. Can you compare and contrast each of these life forms? What do we know about the first microorganisms? 3.
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course BSCI 223 taught by Professor Stein during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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