Name: Rahma Ahmed
Choose the letter or letters that correspond to the pictures on the next page to answer each of these
questions. You may use some letters more than once.
1. Which 2 pictures are of monomers that could be put togeth
Raylyn Apolonio 1
BIOL& 260 (Spring quarter 2016)
June 9, 2016
Over a course of 6-7 weeks several experiments were conducted to identify our
bacterium. The significance of this experiment was not on
Virtual Lab Quiz 2: BIOL&260 W16 N496 - MICROBIOLOGY
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Assessment 3-Chapters 7,8 and 13 open March 6, Sunday at 12 Am and closes on March 7, 11:59 PM: BIOL&260 W16 N496 - MICROBIOLOGY
Assessment 3-Chapters 7,8 and 13 open March 6, Sunday at 12 Am and
closes on March 7, 11:59 PM
Due Mar 7 at 11:59pm
Unknown Bacterium - FROG
Instructor: Dr. Acar, Barcin
Microbiology 260 Spring 2015
The significance of this experiment is to gain an understanding of the normal physical
function and chemical proces
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
2007 Holiday Lectures on Science
Cells of the Immune SystemStudent Worksheet
About This Worksheet
This worksheet complements the Click and Learn Cells of the Immune
System developed in conjunct
Case Study #4
1. If contaminated product is consumed what would be the signs and symptoms of
The symptoms may vary depending on if the infection is invasive or non-invasive, but in
most cases it is invasive. If a
Case Study #7
1. This disease is most likely:
a. an intestinal infection.
b. a respiratory infection.
c. a neurological infection or parasite.
d. a urinary tract infection.
b. a respiratory infection
Higuera, V. (n.d.). Measl
Case Study #6
1. What is the causative agent of this disease? Include the domain, kingdom, phylum, class,
order, family, genus and species names.
The causative agent of Whooping Cough is Bortedella Pertussis.
Case Study #8
1. What is the group, family, genus and species of this virus?
Coxsackievirus A 16
Group: Group IV
Species: Enterovirus A
Wikipedia. (2015, May 12). Coxsackie A virus. R
Case Study #5
1. How does the mechanism of action for clindamycin differ from Cipro?
The Mechanism action of Cipro is bactericidal and inhibits enzymes DNA Topoisomerases
and keeps the DNA from Replicating, Repairing, Recombi
Case Study 3
1. What are the clinical symptoms of enteroviruses?
The symptoms for enteroviruses include the following: starts off with flu-like symptoms,
runny and stuffy nose, congestion, fever, body aches, nausea, stomach p
Case Study #9
1. What could be the disease causing agent? Write the domain, kingdom, phylum, class,
order, family, genus, and species.
The disease causing agent is Plasmodium parasitic protozoan (Malaria).
Case Study #10
1. What could this virus be? Write the group, Order, Family, genus, species.
Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-coV)
Group: Group IV
1. What disease does this female patient have based on her symptoms?
Based on her symptoms she has Ebola. The first symptoms of Ebola are usually; fatigue, muscle pain,
sore throat and headache. Than these are followed by vomiting, diarrhea, rash, impaire