MICR2060: Quiz Series 1: Ch 1, Ch 5, Ch 6, Ch 7, Ch 9 and Ch 10
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Optional Ch 1 and 2: Overview
1. Which of the following agents is a virus?
A. An agent con
1. Using the appropriate terminology, describe the principles of sterilization, disinfection,
pasteurization, decontamination, sanitation, and preservation.
a. Sterilization: removal or destruction of all microorganisms and viruses on or in a p
Short Answer1. Explain why resolving power is important in microscopy.
a. It determines how much detail can actually be seen. Resolving power is a measure of the
ability to distinguish two objects that are very close together. It is defined as
Chapter 6 Learning Outcomes:
1. Compare and contrast catabolism and anabolism.
a. Catabolism is the process that degrades compounds, releasing their energy. Cells capture
the energy and use it to make ATP.
b. Anabolism (biosynthesis) is the process that c
How did Louis Pasteur help disprove spontaneous generation?
a. He demonstrated that air contained microorganisms by filtering air through a cotton plug and
examining the trapped microorganisms with a microscope. He al
MICR 2060: Microbiology For Health ProfessionS: Exam 1 (Fall 2016): Chapters 5, 6, 9 &10
60 +3 (bonus) questions, 120 minutes
Chapter 5: Structure of prokaryotic cells (12 questions)
Units of measurement of length (some basic math problems)
How to determi
Micro Quiz 5
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An adenovirus is 90 nm long. An E. coli
bacterium is 2.0 micrometers long. What is the
maximum number of adenoviruses that can be
placed on top of an E. coli cell (in a single file
A bacterium app