A Brief Journey to the Microbial World
Dr. Raji Subramanian
Genetic material (DNA):
single circular chromosome
Location of DNA:
nuclear region (nucleoid)
BIO 150 Group Work Principles of Epidemiology
1. Transient microbiota differ from normal microbiota in that transient microbiota
are found in a certain location on the host.
are acquired by direct contact.
are present fo
BIO 150 Lecture Exam 4 (Take-home part)
Due on 2 May 2017
USE A SCANTRON TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW.
HONOR CODE: You can use your textbook, lecture slides, or any other
printed or online resources to answer these questions. Please do not
TENTATIVE LECTURE SCHEDULE FOR BIO 150
NORTHERN VIRGINIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
SPRING SEMESTER 2017
Microbiology: An Introduction by Tortora, Funke, & Case, 12 th edition (Pearson)
Explain the general role that enzymes play in the body.
Antibiotics can affect bacterial enzymes by the process of competitive inhibition. Use
the internet or a book to find the name of an antibiotic and explain how it works.
The US Government should not deport most of the youth who migrated illegally to the US in recent
The government of United States is part of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights where in his
article number 3 says that everyone has the right of
Introduction: Your First Week in Class
1. The best way to keep a record of your classroom assignments is by
using assignment sheets.
referring to the class syllabi.
marking them on your calendar.
None of the above.
2. Which of the following is
Refer to the learning styles questionnaire you just completed. Use your results to answer the questions
1. What is your visual score?
2. What is your aural score?
3. What is your read/write score?
4. What is your kinesthetic s
Great author Norman Cousins once said The prime fallacy of pessimism is that no one knows enough to
be a pessimist. I think those are very true words and I would like to suggest that it is beneficial for us to
be an optimist rather than being a pessimist
This movie does provoke a dialogue on race .During the first viewing of this movie, the
emotionally charged themes of prejudice and racism are easy to get caught up in. However,
during my subsequent re-viewings of Crash, I slowly came to realize that whil
Every year, the number of immigrants increases. Many people begin to flee their
own country which is their homeland in search of the country which is easier to
live. It seems that there are so many serious reasons that make them decide to live
Chapter 5: Inference
1. Which of the following could be used to describe inferences?
a. lucky guesses.
b. informed guesses.
c. initial guesses.
d. intelligent guesses.
2. True or False: We make inferences every day of our lives.
3. When you draw inference
This exam covers Chapters 1-4 in the course textbook. Each question is worth 2.5 points out of a
total of 20 points for the exam. Be certain to answer each question completely based upon the
course textbook (include page references), course documents (inc
Either we leave Iraq or we stay
If we leave, then Iraq descends into civil war; If we stay, we incur higher and higher
Therefore, the situation descends into civil war or we incur higher and higher losses.
I believe that racism has decre
Acetylcholine (ACh) is released by motor neurons and binds to receptors on muscle cells to initiate action
potentials. Some snake venom contains specific toxins that bind irreversibly to these receptors and block
acetylcholine's ability to bind
1. You are studying salt tolerance in a grass species called Thodium kloridii. The genome has not been
sequenced and very few genetic resources are available for this species. It is closely related to several
other grass species that have been sequenced,
BIO 102 - Chapter 53 Study Guide
What is a population?
What is density?
Know how to estimate population size using the mark-recapture method (including
What 4 primary processes influence density?
What are the 3 patt
Northern Virginia community College Annandale Campus
Lecture syllabus for BIO 141 Human Anatomy & Physiology Summer 2015
Instructor: Dr Farah Kindle Ateeq (MD)
Lecture: Mo/Tu/We/Th-10:00 11:45am. Room CS 0119
Office Hours: Every Thursday 12:00-1:00pm
TEST # 4 (study guide)
1. Describe how space constraints affect brain development.
2. Name the major regions of the adult brain.
3. Name and locate the ventricles of the brain.
4. List the major lobes, fissures, and functional areas
Autonomic Nervous System (ANS)
ANS consists of motor neurons that
Innervate smooth and cardiac muscle, and
Make adjustments to ensure optimal support
for body activities
Operate via subconsciou