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HW_Ch 1 ans key - species Rules a First letter of the genus...

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Intro to Microbiology HW answer key; Ch. 1 MCQ: 1) B 2) A 3) D 4) C 5) C 6) D 7) C Fill in the blanks: 1) Phagocytosis 2) Immunology 3) Koch 4) Public health 5) Industrial True/ false: 1) F 2) F 3) T 4) T 5) F Short questions:
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1) Spontaneous Generation: Certain living things were believed to be arising from vital forces present in non-living or decomposing matter. Pasteur’s experiment: Fig 1:13 2) The method of assigning a scientific name to a living organism is called binomial system of nomenclature. It is a combination of the name of the genus followed by name of the
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Unformatted text preview: species. Rules: a) First letter of the genus name is always capitalized and species part is written in lowercase letters b) Both should be italicized or underlined. Example: Bacillus subtilis The advantage of standardized nomenclature is that it provides a universal language thereby making the exchange of information easier. 4) Slide 29-31, PPP_Ch 1...
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