BISC300L. Final Exam. 12/13/02. Susskind's Questions. p. 1 MULTIPLE CHOICE: CIRCLE THE LETTER OF THE ONE BEST ANSWER. Do not list more answers than the number requested. 1. (1 pt) Shade the constant region(s) of this Ig molecule:
2. (1 pt) Shade the
BISC 300L Second Midterm Exam
8 November 2000
12. Two ways of using fluorescence microscopy to identify single celled microorganisms
from environmental samples are with (a) Fluorescent Antibody Probes and
(b) Oligonucleotide probes that target 16S r
Final Exam BISC 300L, 12/15/99
1. Out of each pair of the following choices, circle the preferred characteristic of an
organism used for industrial production of a food additive (6 points):
A. Grows fast, Grows slowly
1. Draw a phylogenetic tree, based upon 16S rRNA sequences (and scaled to indicate
approximate evolutionary distances based upon those sequences), including the
following. Just put the letters on the tree, to make it easier
B. Gram Positive Bacte
Answer the following questions using the data table and semi-log
graph paper below:
A. Plot the data in the table. Please label the various bacterial
growth phases represented by the growth curve directly onto the
Midterm I, 1998
Questions from Dr. Fuhrman: 1. (7 points) Draw a phylogenetic tree, based upon 16S rRNA sequences (and scaled to indicate approximate evolutionary distances based upon those sequences), including the following. Just put the letters on
BISC 300L Second Midterm Exam 10 November 1998 _ Please put your NAME on all pages (and check to be sure you have all pages)!
1. A. Outline the steps in the process of development and production of pharmaceutically important proteins from transgenic
BISC 300L Midterm 2 11/10/99
Note: Questions 1-4 are from Dr. Susskind, the rest from Dr. Fuhrman 1. (6 pts) Fill in the blanks to define these types of metabolism. Type of metabolism Chemolithoautotrophy Chemoorganotrophy Photoautotrophy En
Final Exam, 1998
Questions from Dr. Susskind: 1. (4 pts, I pt each) List four different, major ways in which advances in medicine and technology in the last 100 years have drastically reduced morbidity and mortality due to infectious diseases in the
BISC 300L Second Midterm Exam 6 November 1997 _ Please put your NAME on all 7 pages (and check to be sure you have all pages)! (10 points) 1. Match the word or phrase in Column 2 with the most appropriate word or phrase in Column 1 Column 1 _ Calv
BISC300L Midterm 1. 9/30/02 Question 9 (Dr. Susskind) _ YOUR NAME
9. (10 pts total) (a) (4 pts) (Fill in each blank with one word.) In the reaction above,
_ is being oxidized to form __, AND
_ is being reduced to form _.
(b) (3 pts) As discussed
Name_ BISC 300 Introduction to Microbiology MIDTERM 1 29 September 2003 Write your name at the top of EVERY PAGE. Pages without names may not receive credit. Question 1 (12 points) Question 2 (10 points) Question 3 (18 points) Question 4 (12 points)
BISC300L. Midterm 2. 11/4/02. Susskind's Questions. p. 1 MULTIPLE CHOICE: CIRCLE THE LETTER OF THE ONE BEST ANSWER.
1. (1 pt) A viral genome would most likely enter a susceptible HUMAN host cell by a. abrasions b. injection through the tail sheath c
BISC 300L. Midterm 2. 11/3/03.
BISC 300 Introduction to Microbiology MIDTERM 2, Finkel's Section 3 November 2003 Write your name at the top of EVERY PAGE. Pages without names may not receive credit.
Question 26 (5 points)
BISC 300-Fall 2002)
Introduction &Chapter 1 Notes
Evolution, Microbial Life, and the Biosphere
I. Prokaryotes on Earth
A. How many?
Compare to number of people:
USC Student Population:
California Population (2001):
United States Population (2001):