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MIC 101 Exam 1 Winter 2013

A staphylococcus aureus b streptococcus pyogenes c

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A. Staphylococcus aureus B. Streptococcus pyogenes C. Clostridium tetani D. Klebsiella pneumoniae
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MIC 101 Exam 1 Page 15 26. All this Work of setting-up your Primus to boil Strips of your favorite Shirt has made you incredibly Thirsty. A nice, cold Stella Artois would be great right now but instead you add one of your Potable Aqua™ Tablets (Tetraglycine Iodine) to a Liter of Water melted from Snowpack. This melted Snowpack Water is clear so it only takes 15 Minutes to disinfect the Water (but if the Snowpack Water had been cloudy with Organics you would have allowed 30 Minutes). Potable Aqua™ Tablets disinfect Water by -- A. Denaturing Proteins. B. Disrupting Membranes. C. Inactivating Enzymes. D. Oxidizing Cell Components. 27. Most Labs sterilize Glassware via Dry Heat Sterilization, which involves -- A. 121°C and 1.1 kg/cm 3 for 15 Minutes. B. 160°C to 170°C for 2 to 3 Hours. C. 250°C for 2 to 3 Hours. D. 250°C Overnight. 28. US Nuclear Submarines and Aircraft Carries have multiple Continental Refrigerator™ Deep Freeze Units on board. Since US Naval Forces may be away from any friendly Supply Base for as long as a Year it is extremely important that these Units maintain Frozen Food at -- A. -20°C (20°C below 0°C), at which Temperature only Psychrophiles and Facultative Psychrophiles can grow. B. -20° C (20°C below 0°C), at which Temperature only Extreme Psychrophiles can grow. C. -60° C (60°C below 0°C), at which Temperature only Extreme Psychrophiles can grow. D. -60° C (60°C below 0°C), at which Temperature no Bacteria can grow.” STOP! Please perform a Self-Diagnosis for Anal-Cranial Inversion. You have just answered Question 28. Proceed to Question 29.
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MIC 101 Exam 1 Page 16 29. Approximately 25% of Humans have Staphylococcus aureus as Part of their normal Skin Flora. It is a common Cause of Nosocomial (Hospital-Acquired) Infections. Approximately 40% of Humans who have Staphylococcus aureus have Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). It is particularly common Cause of Nosocomial Infections associated with Deep Wounds or Catheters. Which of the following is the best Depiction of the Structure of Peptidoglycan in the Cell Wall of Staphylococcus aureus ? (“A” and “B” are on this Page; “C” and “D” are on Page 17.) A. NAG - NAM - NAG - NAM - NAG - NAM - NAG | AA | AA | AA | AA --- AA | AA | AA | AA | NAG - NAM - NAG - NAM - NAG - NAM - NAG ____________________________________________ B. NAG - NAM - NAG - NAM - NAG - NAM - NAG | AA | AA | AA AA | | AA --- AA | AA | AA | NAM - NAG - NAM - NAG - NAM - NAG - NAM
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MIC 101 Exam 1 Page 17 (“B” and “C” are on this Page; “A” and “B” are on Page 16.) C. NAG - NAM - NAG - NAM - NAG - NAM - NAG
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