Unit 3: Microbial Growth, Aseptic Inoculation & Streak
By Heather Fitzgerald, Patricia G. Wilber and Karen Bentz.
Copyright Central New Mexico Community College, 2015
Perhaps you have noticed slime when you have lef
352L Section 002
April 28, 2014
Desulfovibrio near our water
Desulfovibrio spp. are non-fermenting, non-spore forming, sulfate reducing, anaerobic,
Gram-negative bacilli that are characterized by the presence of desulfoviridine (Hagiwara et a
Unit 2: Microscope Use and Cell Length Calculations
By Patricia G. Wilber, Heather Fitzgerald and Karen Bentz.
Copyright Central New Mexico Community College, 2015.
In microbiology laboratory, you will observe cells using the microscope to de
Intro to Biology
Chapter 6: How Cells Harvest Chemical Energy
5 points total
1) What is reduction? What is oxidation? (0.5 pts)
2) Indicate the relationship between aerobic respiration and photosynthesis
using a chemical formula. (0.5 pts)
Syllabus for BIO 1410:
Biology for Health Sciences
Prerequisite: RDG 0950 or appropriate placement scores (Recommended prerequisite: CHEM 1410 )
JS 312 (cubicle 4)
Microbiology Study Guide
1. Cisternae in the rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER)
A. Govern and regulate cell activities
B. Transport materials from the nucleus to the cytoplasm*
C. Form in response to food and other particles that have been engulfed
Study Guide: Microbiology Quiz Chapters 9, 11, and 12
The below questions are a guide to help you study for the quiz. Please note: They do not cover
every question that will appear on the exam. You are responsible for the material covered in your
Micro Study Guide
Prokaryotic cells with a peptidoglycan based cell wall are?
Cells whose DNA is not enclosed by a nuclear envelope are?
Prokaryotic cells that do not have peptidoglycan in their cell walls are?
Cells that have
Micro Midterm Study Guide
Questions from Chapters 1-3
1. The idea of spontaneous generation postulated that?
Living organisms could spontaneously arise from non-living material
2. All microorganisms are BEST defined as organisms that?
Are too small to b