BIO 330 MICROBIOLOGY Final Exam Study Guide Summer 2016
The Final Exam is scheduled for:
Tuesday, July 26, 2016.
Time: 9:00 11:00 a.m.
Venue: (Our Regular Classroom in CCS 211)
1. Microbes include
2. Know the contributions of Robert Hooke, Anton van Leeu
12 June 2016
MICROBIOLOGY ASSIGNMENT #2
Since the dawn of Microbiology, there have been many very important people that have been involved in the
evolution of this new science. Beginning with the first microscope of
1. Explain how magnification increases resolution and why empty magnification fails to
Magnification increases resolution by making things appear bigger and also increasing
the amount of detail that is
Biomolecules Working Molecules of Cells
Support Reading in Chapter 2 Silverthorn (7th Ed.)
1. Identify the major and trace elements found in biological life on the
periodic table and conceptualize Why these elements and not others
Ch. 4 & Appendix C
Introduction and Overview
Define the Ecological Energy Cycle and the Types of Energy
Describe the basic chemical Rxs in terms of Energy Change
Name the Cell Structures and the kinds of metabolism
Reading in Silverthorn Chapters 3 & 5
3 & 5.1. List the biomolecules forming the plasma membrane and their functional purpose
3 & 5.2. Explain the Fluid Mosaic Model and describe how this model educates us on the
1. What kind of evidence to scientists use to categorize and classify living
Scientists utilize a system based upon historic and current traits of an organism to classify it.
They categorize living things into different groups in a taxonomy.
Physiology Lecture notes
June 3, 2014
Search terms on internet to get fewer and better quality results.
Physiology is a point of view, patterns that repeat over and over.
5 Major Themes
Structure and function across all levels of org
Unit 1 Exam Check List
Theme Cellular Physiology: Unit 1 Lecture Slides + Text Reading Ch. 1-5, Appx. C
Exam will be 120 points over 60 questions from the following unit topics. Questions will be distributed
over three Levels of understanding.
35-40% on L
1. Define the science of microbiology and describe some
of the general methods used in the study of
Microbiology is the biology of microorganisms or organisms too
small to be seen by the naked eye. S