Chapter 6 Quiz
Why do heat extremes create narrow growth ranges?
Temp too low:
can cause cell membrane to solidify
Temp to high:
thrive between -10 and 20oC
thrive between 0 and 30oC
Chapter 9 Quiz
What is a vector?
a vector is anything that carries genetic information
What are restriction enzymes?
restriction enzymes are enzymes that cut DNa only at specific places.
What two shapes can recombines DNA be?
linear or circular
Chapter 5 Quiz
break down molecules
Energy of Activation
enzymes speed up reactions by lowering energy of activation
Chapter 7 Quiz
What is the difference between antisepsis and sanitation?
Antisepsis: disinfection of living tissue
Sanitation: reducing pathogens below a specific level
What is the common "moist heat" way of sterilizing equipment?
What is the
Chapter 13 Quiz
What are the two general types of replication phages undergo?
Give a short description of how a lytic phage replicates:
1. phage injects its DNA into host
2. uses bacterial enzymes and its DNA to cop
Chapter 17 Quiz
What are the two lymphocyte types?
T and B cells
What are the two lymphocyte derived products?
When are lymphocytes that bind to "self" cells eliminated?
CLONAL SELECTION THEORY
during lymphocyte development
What do ly
Chapter 15 Quiz
Pathology is the study of what?
it's the study of the changes in the body due to disease
Pathogenicity is an organism's ability to cause what?
Virulence compares two strains of the _ organism to see which causes more disease
Chapter 16 Quiz
Why is the innate immune response described as a general response?
it responds the same way every time
ex fever, phagocytes, inflammation
if this fails, disease begins
What are Pathogen Associated Molecular Patters (PAMP's) and what does t
Chapter 14 Quiz
when two organisms living together help eachother
ex: humans and E.coli
when two organisms living together, where one benefits and one is not affected by the
when two organ