Ch._27_-_Study_Questions - 11. What is a HEPA filter? 12....

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Biol 261 - Ch. 27 – Study Questions 1. Define and give examples of sterilization, disinfection and antiseptics. 2. How are bacteriocidal, bacterostatic, and bacterial lytic different? 3. How does heat kill cells? 4. What are the standard operating conditions for the autoclave and the hot air oven? 5. What types of things are sterilized in the autoclave? In the hot air oven? 6. What organism is used to quality control the autoclave and why? 7. What are the two most important aspects of sterilization? 8. What is pasteurization? 9. How do the various types of radiation kill cells? 10. How does filtration work for sterilization? What size filter should you use?
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Unformatted text preview: 11. What is a HEPA filter? 12. Explain how the MIC and Kirby Bauer tests work. 13. What are the basic modes of action of antibiotics? How do the following antibiotics workpenicillin, cipro, sulfonamide, isonizd? 14. What is the difference between a broad spectrum and a narrow spectrum antibiotic? 15. What is selective toxicity and who was Paul Ehrlich? 16. What is a growth factor analog and give an example of one? 17. What type of drugs are used to treat viral infections? 18. What do antifungal drugs usually target? 19. What is MRSA? 20. Are more G+ or G- bacteria resistant to antibiotics? 21. What is phage therapy?...
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2011 for the course BIOL 261 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '11 term at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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