Lecture 9 Table Question 2
2. Differentiate between the cestodes, trematodes and nematodes, and give an example of each.
Contributions to the Field of Microbiology
Biol 2100 Sec 91
Dr. Paul Gieser
In my opinion the godfather of microbiology should be Louis Pasteur.
Though, there are many other researchers who have made a tremendous
contribution to this fi
UNKNOWN LAB REPORT
November 30, 2015
The importance of uncovering and understanding how microorganisms work and play a
role in our everyday lives, is vital in the education of studen
Lecture 8 question 1
1. List Defining characteristics of Protozoa
Move by pseudopods, cilia, or flagella
Variety of shapes
Live either as free entities or as parasites
Habitat in soil and water
A case of bad food on an airplane
Experience written by Thomas J. Montville in Food Microbiology: An Introduction, 2 ed.
My fear of flying is related to bad food, not hijackings, crashes, or boring in-flight movies. As a college
student, I boarded a fligh
Cell Transport Mechanisms and Permeability
Answers to Questions from Instruction Packet
Activity 1: Simulating Dialysis (Simple Diffusion) (pp. 24)
9. All solutes except albumin are able to diffuse into the right beaker.
PBS Secrets of the Dead The Mystery of the Black Death
Go to the following site to watch the video:
Answer the following questions and submit your responses to the dropbox set up in D2L
(due by the next exam, Apr 14th)
Who is Dr.
The people who have influenced my faith in Christ are my cousin, best friend for 20 years and
my pastors. The personal stories they have shared with me over the years about their
experiences and conversations with the Lord has always encouraged my faith.
Running head: CASE STUDY BONE TISSUE
Case Study Bone Tissue
Course Number: Human Anatomy and Physiology I
July 31, 2016
CASE STUDY BONE TISSUE
Case Study Bone Tissue
This case study is about identifying effects of osteoporosis, the r
question 12: Refers to conditions that impair normal tissue function. Cystic fibrosis, measles and
atherosclerosis. Human (smallpox), Non human (zoonotic) influenza, Environmental, Unknown Refer to
scavenger hunt material.
Q13: Incidence: # of
6. Compare and contrast the lytic and lysogenic cycles of bacteriophages.
* Bacteriophages can multiply by two alternative mechanisms: the lytic cycle or the
lysogenic cycle. The lytic cycle ends with the lysis and death of the host cell, whereas
Lecture 18 Q 18, 19, 20, 21
Q18. Enzymatic destruction of drug, Prevention of penetration of drug to its target site (efflux through an
efflux pump), Cellular or metabolic changes at target sites (by mutation), R factors carried by plasmids
Chicken Pox and
System of the
Water (very stable
in food an water)
I am not completely certain about what Christians need to be faithful to the churchs mission.
However, I can share what my personal experiences have taught me about being committed to
the Lords work. Growing up I had a hard time committing to people and o
This vaccine is injected into your arm. Your macrophages cant tell that the
vaccine viruses are duds, so they gobble up the viruses as if they were
dangerous, and in the lymph nodes, the macrophages present yellow fe
Lecture 13 13 and 14
13. certain internal tissues (eg. Lumens of glands, the urinary bladder) and surface tissues (eg. Broken
skin) are not patrolled by phagocytes
-Without inflammation the host is unable to focus the phagocytic defenses