Study Questions for Lecture 1
Part I. Introduction to Biosafety
1. Define the term biohazard.
A biohazard is an agent of biological origin capable of causing disease.
(Agents can be infectious organisms, viruses or prions, toxins, certain plants and anima
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Word Root Assignment #1 (25pts)
DUE DATE: Friday March 9, 2012, typed and stapled if more than
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Hai Chau Diep
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Spring 2012; Bio 4
Working Biologist Interview
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Biology 4 Your Inner Fish Question Set 2 SJSU/SAT
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beginning of class. Please place typed assignment in the alphabetical slots at the back of
the lecture room. Please type your answers in BOL
Introduction to chemical safety:
30 in U.S. exposed to chemical hazard daily
threaten health and safety
chemicals can cause injury or death due to explosion, fire or releases into the environment
serious health problems including disabling illnesses o
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Biol 4 - Spring 2012 Your Inner Fish SJSU/SAT 1
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Question set #1 - "Your Inner Fish" -chapters 1-6. Due March 9,
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Part I. Introduction to biosafety
A. purpose of biosafety: to reduce or eliminate the exposure of laboratory
workers, other persons, and the outside environment to potentially
harmful agents and safety hazards
B. what is a biohazard?
A biohazard is an ag
Study Questions for Lecture 2
Part V. Infectious Agents, Bloodborne Pathogens, and SOPs
1. What is a pathogen (infectious agent)?
Micro-organism capable of causing disease
2. What is the difference between a pathogen and a bloodborne pathogen?
Working with laboratory animals
Animal care and use program
Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee (IACUC)
Must approve all vertebrate animal work before the project commences
Function and composition
Adhere to government standards for protocol rev