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100_review_exam_3_part_2 - Biology 100 Human Biology Spring...

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Biology 100 – Human Biology Spring 2010 REVIEW SHEET FOR EXAM #3 (part 2) Disclaimer: You will be tested for your understanding of all material covered in lecture and on the following specific textbook pages : pp. 273-274 (spongiform encephalopathies) and p. 279 (latent viruses). 12. Know the basic structure of a bacterial cell. Why is it called a prokaryotic cell? What structures do bacterial cells have, but human cells do not have? How are bacterial infections treated? What are antibiotics? What should they be used for, and how do they work? (Know the specific actions of penicillin and of tetracycline as examples.) 13. (From lecture and text p. 276): What is antibiotic resistance? What are some factors or human behaviors which increase the risk of antibiotic resistance developing? 14. Know comparative structures of different types of infectious agents discussed in class: bacteria; other cellular agents like fungi and protozoa; prions, viruses. Which of these are cellular? Which are prokaryotic? eukaryotic? 15. For viruses: What is the basic structure of a virus? What determines which cell will be the host for a virus? Describe the “life cycle” of a typical virus. From text: What is a latent infection? When the
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This note was uploaded on 09/06/2011 for the course BIO 100 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at S.F. State.

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100_review_exam_3_part_2 - Biology 100 Human Biology Spring...

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