General Microbiology (MCB 3020) Exam 2 (3/6/2015)
Many viruses, including the T4 bacteriophage, produce anti-sigma factors to:
A) Penetrate the peptidoglycan cell wall of the bacteria.
B) Redirect the hosts RNA polymerases.
C) Inhibit the res
Biochemistry study guide
Organelles in the cell:
Which is a list of organelles?
Mitochondria, chromatin, endoplasmic reticulum
Peroxisomes, lysosomes, plasma membrane
Proteasomes, peroxisomes, lysosomes
Mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum,
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Innate Resistance: Nonspecific Defenses of the Host
Susceptibility: Lack of resistance to a disease.
Immunity: Ability to ward off disease.
Innate resistance: Defenses against any pathogen.
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Microbiology 101 Lecture 18!
Lecture 18 outline!
Early Experiments Identifying Viruses!
Some Important Viruses!
Hoof and Mouth Disease!
a highly contagious and economically devastating disease of cattle !
Microbiology 101 - Lecture 19!
Replication and Gene Expression!
Formation of mRNA after infection of cells by!
viruses of different types!
Plus strand = mRNA, minus strand is a template to make plus strand
3 examples in bacteriophage, 3 in m
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MIMG 101 Winter Quarter, 2015
Lecture # 8
what is fermentation
where and when does it occur
examples on the common metabolic theme
preservation of food
the History of Microbiology, part II
Lecture 7, Winter 2015
the early Earth was sterile and anaerobic!
the first microbes evolved
evolution of photosynthesis came next
organotrophs and the carbon cycle followed