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NADPHCorrect!Correct!ATPCorrect!Correct!H2OCorrect AnswerCorrect AnswerGlyceraldehyde-3-phosphateCO2Correct AnswerCorrect AnswerYour Answer:5 / 5 ptsQues!on 13In phosphoryla"on, the light reac"ons always occur where?In the membraneThe process of conver!ng light energy into chemical energy(photophosphoryla!on) always occurs in the membrane.2 / 2 ptsQues!on 14True or False: The Calvin cycle must occur in the absence of light.TrueFalseCorrect!Correct!The term ‘dark reac"ons’ (also known as the Calvin Cycle) simply denotes the secondstage in photosynthesis—dark reac"ons do not actually require darkness in order tooccur.2 / 2 ptsQues!on 15True or False: Following the decoloriza"on step of the Gram stain, Gram-Nega"vebacteria will appear colorless.TrueCorrect!Correct!Even together, the LPS and thin pep"doglycan layer are unable to retain the crystalviolet dye during decoloriza"on.FalseYour Answer:2 / 2 ptsQues!on 16Name one substance capable of chemically fixing cells to a slide.paraformaldehyde, ethanol or methanolAny of the following are true: Paraformaldehyde, ethanol or methanol.Your Answer:5 / 5 ptsQues!on 17You want to observe the size and shape of a cell. What is the easiest stainingtechnique that you could perform? Name at least one dye you would use during thisprocess.Gram stain, use a crystal violet dyeSimple stain. You could use any of the following: methylene blue, crystalviolet, safranin or fuschin.Your Answer:5 / 5 ptsQues!on 18You suspect a pa"ent may have TB. Once a sample has been obtained, it is sent offtothe lab for an acid-fast stain. If the pa"ent were infected with TB, describe what youwould expect to see on the stained slide.You would see the background all blue and the bacterium to be stained red if theyhave TB.You would expect to see red cells (TB+) on a blue background (TB nega!ve).2 / 2 ptsQues!on 19True or False: If a pa"ent is suspected of having malaria, a Giemsa stain would be anappropriate differen"al test to perform.TrueCorrect!Correct!Giemsa stains are o%en used in the clinical se&ng to aid in the diagnosis of bloodparasites.FalseYour Answer:5 / 5 ptsQues!on 20Iden"fy what type of electron microscope was used to capture the following imageand explain your choice.TheTEM, transmission electron microscope, because it is used to visualize subcellularorganelles and captures 2-D images like the one here.The above image is captured via a Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM).Even at 20nm resolu!on (inset image), subcellular substructures are s!llvisible. The image lacks the outside ‘shell’ only appearance of SEM.0 / 2 ptsQues!on 21True or False. The purpose of a quadrant streak is to produce individual colonies of abacterial popula"on.TrueCorrect AnswerCorrect AnswerFalseYou AnsweredYou AnsweredYour Answer:5 / 5 ptsQues!on 22When performing a quadrant streak, the sample is spread across the plate in such asway as to form what?

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Term
Spring
Professor
Renee Correll
Tags
Bacteria, Virology, Polio vaccine, Albert Sabin

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