wk5-FightDiseaseHmwk2011

wk5-FightDiseaseHmwk2011 - Name_ Section #_ Bio. 124 L...

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Name_____________________ Section #__________ Bio. 124 L Spring, 2011 Week 5/Homework #3: Fighting Disease Instructions : Fill out this chart with concise answers in each cell. Document all information sources with in-text citations (per lab manual p 142). On a separate page present a “Literature Cited” list with at least 2 sources using the correct format (pg. 142-3). No Wiki/dictionary sources! Point Breakdown: 1pt per organism: .25 for each correct cell & .25 for correct in-text citation; 1pt for Literature Cited page (5 pts total) Scientific & Common Name Order & Family Gram Stain Result and Bacterial Shape Method of Transmission Neisseria meningitidis “meningitis” Neisseriales, Neisseriaceae (Archibald, Frederick S. and Minh-Ngoc Duong) gram-negative diplococci. (Archibald, Frederick S. and Minh-Ngoc Duong) It is often transferred from person to person in aerosol form as from a sneeze ( Archibald, Frederick S. and Minh- Ngoc Duong) Escherichia coli “E coli” (causes diarrhea,
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2012 for the course BIO 124 taught by Professor Caralee during the Spring '08 term at New Mexico.

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