MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY EXERCISES
PAMELA FOUCHE, Ph.D.
DONALD W. LINDSEY, Ph.D.
LISA ECCLES, Ph.D.
ASHLEY FRAZIER, Ph.D.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Laboratory Safety Rules
Student Information Sheet
Paul Ehrlich of Germany is accredited with idea of the magic bullet which provided modern concepts
for selective toxicity and chemotherapy
More than half of our antibiotics come from Streptomyces (filamentous bacteria) that commonly inhabit
Broad spectrum antibiotics: Mode of action, use in diseases (memorize name of diseases)
Affect a broad spectrum of gram negative and gram positive bacteria; Disadvantage: kill many microbiota of
Side effects of Telithromycin, Acyclovir, Zyv
Ch 5 Metabolism
the sum of all chemical reactions in an organism
the breakdown of large molecules into smaller molecules, associated with the
release of energy
the creation of large molecules from smal
Test 1 Study Guide
Covert: private mental events such as thinking
Overt behavior: directly observable action or response
Psychology: the scientific study of covert and overt behaviors
Correlational research method
A&P Lecture Notes
General Characteristics of blood include: composed of cells (formed elements), contain a plasma matrix,
are considered a connective tissue, no collagen or elastic fibers, soluble fibrinogen becomes insoluble
fibrin fibers when bloo
17 October 2016
Unit Ten (Modules 46-49) Vocabulary
1. Gender: psychological and social characteristics associated with being male or female
I did not realize that gender and sex are technically two different thin
Lois Fichner-Rathus, Understanding Art, 11th Edition
Chapter 3: Light and Color
Use the chapter outline below as a note-taking/lecture guide.
Chapter 3 continues coverage of the visual elements through a discussion of concepts related to
17 October 2016
Unit Nine (Modules 42-45) Vocabulary
1. Goal: the target or object of motivated behavior
In my day to day life, I mentally establish multiple goals in order to ensure that I have a