Micro Final Exam - Introduction to Microbiology Final Exam...

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Introduction to Microbiology Final Exam Section A 1-50 1. The development of microbiology was associated primarily with: a. Reducing the spread of infectious diseases b. Improving the health of the human population c. Both A and B d. None of the above 2. Microorganisms that are harmful and disease producing are called: a. Natural b. Pathogenic c. Byproducts d. Non-pathogenic 3. The body's natural defenses can be broken into categories of: a. Mechanical b. Chemical c. Physiological d. All of the above 4. Cross contamination refers to: a. Unwanted spread of infection b. Computer virus c. Photosynthesis abilities d. Bright field microscopy 5. Microbiology is the study of: a. Bacteria b. Viruses c. Microorganisms d. All of the above 6. Humans do not benefit from microbes; microbes only make us sick. a. True b. False 7. Anton van Leeunhoek is considered one of the first persons to describe: a. Brain cells b. Bacteria c. The development of the chick embryo d. The breathing system of the mosquito e. Periodontal disease 1
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8. Microorganisms can be divided into two different cell categories, the ___________ and the ___________. a. fungi, protozoa b. bacteria, viruses c. prokaryotes, eukaryotes d. commodores and basketball 9. Bacteria are _______________because they do not have nucleus. a. prokaryotes b. eukaryotes c. un-American d. smelly 10. In microbiology, all ______________ have a true nucleus. a. prokaryotes b. eukaryotes c. ukarybags d. microorganisms 11. Which of the following cell types are considered to be eukaryotes? a. plants and animals b. fungi c. protozoa d. All of the above 12. Cells are the smallest entity capable of independent life. Characteristics of a cell include: a. possesses and uses genetic programs b. highly complex and organized c. always has a cell membrane d. respond to stimuli e. all of the above 13. The least complex microbe is: a. Plants and animals b. Insects and algae c. Protozoa and fungi d. Viruses and bacteria 14. A single celled (unicellular) fungi are called: a. algae b. yeasts c. protozoa d. virus . 2
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Fungi are divided into 2 types: __________ and _____________ a. molds and viruses b. molds and bacteria c. molds and yeasts d. molds and protozoa 16. Protozoa are: a. sporulating b. often called an ameoba c. live in the mouth d. all of the above 17. Viruses consist essentially of a: a. mass of cellular cytoplasm with no membrane b. single granule of sodium metaphosphate c. chlorophyll-containing chloroplast surrounded by a cell wall d. cell membrane enclosing a mass of carbohydrate e. fragment of nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) surrounded by a protein coat 18. Viruses are living, infectious organisms. a. True b. False 19. Organisms that depend on living material for food are called: a. Parasites b. Saprophytes c. Ominiphytes d. Omegasites e. Alphasites 20. Bacteria that are rod-shaped are called _________. a. cocci
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