Chapter 12 - Chemotherapeutic Agents - Chemical Control Inside the Host
Do drugs have to kill in order to be effective chemotherapy agents? Why or why not?
What are the main microbial control terms? Be able to distinguish between
o synthetic drugs - a dru
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Ch. 11 Physical and Chemical Agents for Microbial Control
Kills ALL life
Decrease/kill on non-living surfaces
Removes dirt & microbes safe & clean,
pathogen-FREE objects (water) [water is an
#53 Herpes Simplex Virus 3 (HSV-3),
Chicken Pox, Varicella (Shingles, Zoster)
Systems & Tissue
Skin of face and trunk; becomes
systemic and latent in nerves
Ch. 15 Vaccinations
by LIFE itself!
NOT ME =
stimulus to produce
- Days to protection
- No memory
- Immediate protection
MATERIAL FOR EXAM 3
Here is a list of topics for Exam 3. Use your lecture notes, textbook, and PowerPoints to help you
understand each of these topics.
Mendelian Genetics and Chromosomal Inheritance: What is the Blending Theory of Inheritance? What
Questions for Cell Biology
1. What types of microscopes are used to study cells? What are the advantages
and disadvantages of each type?
2. What is the major difference between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells?
3. What are the characteristics of
Behavioral ecologists ask both proximate and
Behavior encompasses a wide range of activities.
A behavior is an action carried out by muscles or glands
under the control of the nervous system in response to a
Di easeC ' line
*1, Common Disease namelsl- this is the name(s] that the general population uses to refer to the disease
*2. Scienﬁﬁg Name — this is the name[s) that is used by doctors or scientists when referring to the
disease / organism
accurate over a concentration range from 0 1 g/ l
often, your sample will have a protein concentration far greater than 1 g/ l!
Whats a Biologist to do?
The solution is dilution!
e.g. dilute sample 1/10 then test it
Dilution = 1/10