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32. While enjoying your second morning Cup of freshly brewed Coffee (Mmmm… Jamaica Blue Mountain this Time), your Swedish Lab Assistant brings you the following Composition Data obtained from an Unknown Bacterium grown in Pure Culture: __________________________________________________________________________________ Composition Data for Pathogen N o . 32: SAMPLE:29.01.13/STATUS:OK/CODE49624CONFIRM:*OK*/START: 21:35:17 -Protein: 31% total dry weight Line 01 - 86% Glycosylated Line 02 - 14% Non-Glycosylated Line 03 -Lipid: 54% total dry weight Line 04 - 97% Phospholipid Line 05 ipid 02% Glyco Line 06 Error:21:36:48 Reset:21:36:50 Status:OK/Confirm*OK* Start2: L06 - 02% Glycolipid Line 06 -Carbohydrate:05% total dry weight Line 07 - 94% w/ glycosylated protein Line 08 - 05% w/ lipids Line 09 - 01% Teichoic Acid Line 10 -Nucleotides: 10% total dry weight Line 11 - 27% Adenine Line 12 - 26% Cytosine Line 13 - 22% Guanine Line 14 - 23% Thymine + Uracil Line 15 SAMPLE:29.01.13/STATUS:OK/CODE49624CONFIRM:*OK*/END: 21:39:23 __________________________________________________________________________________ It takes a few Minutes for your Neurons to begin firing on all Cylinders and you realize that Pathogen N o . 32 must be -- A. Bacillus cereus . B. Enterobacter aerogenes . C. E. coli ST 131 D. Pseudomonas putida .
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MIC 101 Exam 1 Page 20 33. Positioning of Flagella is frequently Species-specific. A Bacterium which has numerous Flagella around the Cell would be termed -- 34. According to the “Turnstile” Model for the Basal Body of the Flagellum of a Gram Negative Bacterium, the Motor Proteins (Mot A and Mot B) form Stators that -- A. • Direct Protons flowing into the Bacterium onto the MS and C Rings, both of which turn together as a Reversible Turbine Rotor. • Rotation of the Rotor occurs as Protons physically push against these MS and C Rings to gain Access to a Second Set of Channels. B. • Direct Protons flowing into the Bacterium onto the L, P, MS and C Rings, all four of which turn together as a Non-Reversible Turbine Rotor. • Rotation of the Rotors occurs as Protons physically push against these L, P, MS and C Rings to gain Access to a Second Set of Channels. C. • Contain Proton Channels through which Protons flow into the Bacterium, exerting Electrostatic Force on Helical Lines of Charge on the MS and C Rings, both of which turn together as a Reversible Turbine Rotor. • Rotation of the Rotor occurs as Protons exert Electrostatic Forces on Helical Lines of Charge on these MS and C Rings. D. • Contain Proton Channels through which Protons flow into the Bacterium, exerting Electrostatic Force on Helical Lines of Charge on the L, P, MS and C Rings, all four of which turn together as a Non-Reversible Turbine Rotor. • Rotation of the Rotor occurs as Protons exert Electrostatic Forces on Helical Lines of Charge on these L, P, MS and C Rings.
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