BIOL 201
General Microbiology
Laboratory
About Microbiology Labs:
The laboratory sessions will be a time of hands-on experience. These experiences are
invaluable in understanding the subject matter. Each student will complete his or her own
work individua
CHAPTER 6 AN INTRODUCTION TO VIRUSES
Virology is introduced. Viral particle structure is described including the envelope, capsid, and
inner core. The classification system of viruses is presented. The modes of viral multiplication in
animal cells and bac
Lab #5
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BIOL 201
General Microbiology
Lab #5: Slide Series
Observe and sketch all slides with oil immersion objective (100x).
Utilize your textbook and/or internet sources to answer questions.
1. 90W 7549 Spores in Bacteria/spore stain.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
A student should learn the following concepts:
1. The study of microbiology includes bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoa, and algae.
2. Studies in microbiology have contributed significantly to the fields of chemistry,
genetics, and eco
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Mr. DAmico
Worksheet 4.1 Answer Key
1) Give the following formula for:
a) chlorite ion: ClO2 -1
b) chloride ion: Cl-1
c) chlorate ion: ClO3 -1
d) perchlorate ion: ClO4 -1
e) hypochlorite ion: ClO-1
2) Name the following ionic compoun
Lab #3
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BIOL 201
GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY
Preparation of Direct/Indirect Smears and Gram Staining
Pre-Laboratory Virtual Gram Stain Assignment:
1. In the BIOL 201 Blackboard course go to Resources and click on Virtual Gram
Stain.
2. This web address wi
1. The most common cause of seizures in adults is failure to take anti-seizure medication.
2. Idiopathic- occurring spontaneously with an unknown cause. This is often the case with
seizures that start in childhood.
3. Epi-pens CONSTRICT blood vessels and
Module 6 Study Guide
Chapters 33-37
When is positive pressure applied during the use of CPAP
Why are infants and young children more prone to hypothermia
What is the definition of disability, hyperthermia, radiation, conduction, convection,
shivering, pla
Formulas and Conversion Charts for Math 123
Quadratic Formula
1 in = 2.54 cm
1 ft = 30.48 cm
b b 4 ac
2a
2
x=
1 mi 1.6 km
Measuring Area
Basic Percent Equation
2
1 ft =144 in
2
A=PB
2
1 yd =9 ft
Simple Interest Formulas
I =Prt
2
2
1 in 6.5 cm
2
1 ft 0.09
Quantity
Unit
Symbol
meter
m
Mass
kilogram
kg
Time
second
s
Temperature
kelvin
K
Length
Quantity
Measured
Name of Unit
Abbreviation
Mass
gram
g
Length
meter
m
Volume
liter
L
Time
seconds
s
Temperature
Kelvin
K
1 cm = width of your pinky nail
1 m = 100 cm
CHAPTER 3 TOOLS OF THE LABORATORY: THE METHODS FOR STUDYING
MICROORGANISMS
The tools and techniques of microbiology are introduced in this chapter. The methods for
culturing microorganisms (the Five Is) are presented. The various types of media are discus
MATH 11:7, Test 3E, Pap 1, SPRING 2014
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No Calculator or Other Aid May Be Used On This Part of the Test
1.) Find the magnitude of the vector v = 5i 4j.
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V 5+5
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2.) Find th
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MATH 137
Final Exam F
Fall 2013
If a problem asks for an exact value, provide the solution as a fraction, using pi or with a radical. DO NOT
provide a decimal approximation. If an exact value is not requested, please round answers to one decimal p
MATH 137, TEST 1C, PART 1, SPRING 2014
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20 Minutes N0 Calculator or Other Aid May Be Used On This Part of the Test
1.) Find the exact value of sin(675).
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MATH 137, Test 4E, Part 1, FALL 2012
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Note: Each problem is worth 6 points unless otherwise indicated.
20 Minutes
No Calculator or Other Aid May Be Used On This Part of the Test
1.) Find the center and the exact value of the radius of the circle (
MATH 137, Test 4F, Part 1, FALL 2012
Name: _
Note: Each problem is worth 6 points unless otherwise indicated.
20 Minutes
No Calculator or Other Aid May Be Used On This Part of the Test
1.) Find the center and the exact value of the radius of the circle (
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MATH 137
Final Exam E
Fall 2013
If a problem asks for an exact value, provide the solution as a fraction, using pi or with a radical. DO NOT
provide a decimal approximation. If an exact value is not requested, please round answers to one decimal p
Math 137 Trigonometry
6.3 Unit Circle
6.3 Trigonometric functions of real numbers
https:/www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/trig-interactive-unit-circle.html
Definition: The value of a trigonometric function at a real value t is its value at an angle of t radians
Math 137 Trigonometry
6.2
6.2 Trigonometric Functions of angles
Trigonometric functions are ratios of sides of a right triangle.
What is a ratio?
Critical to understand the relationship
between the sides to every angle in the
triangle.
Definition of the T
Math 137 Trigonometry
6.1 Trigonometric Functions
Trigonon: Triangle
Metria: Measurement
Angle: Set of points determined by two rays with a common end point.
Vertex
Initial side
Terminal side
Coterminal angles: Different angles having the same initial and
Section 11.5 Polar Coordinates
Instead of expressing points in the coordinate plane by distance in x- and y- direction, as
P x, y
are expressed by the radius of a circle with center at the origin O (the pole) and the angle
positive x-axis and the line OP
UNIT ONE EXPLORATION
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Show all work as requested. Credit will not be given for an answer (whether correct or not) without work. The
work turned in must be your own.
1. Vocabulary: Match the trigonometric term with its definition ( 2 pt .
A. Standard
Unit Circle Exploration
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Show all work when requested. Credit will not be given for an answer (whether correct or not) without work.
The work turned in must be your own.
1. Where does the unit circle lie in the x, y plane (Cartesian coordinate plane
Math 137
Trigonometry
6.4
6.4 Values of the Trigonometric Functions
Definition: Let be a nonquadrantal angel in the standard position. The reference angle for is the
acute angle R that the terminal side of makes with the x-axis.
We are relating the angles
Review 1, MAT 137
Change the following to their exact radian measure.
1.) 750
2.) 1000
3.) 2500
Change the following to their exact degree measure.
4.)
11
radians
6
5.) 4 radians
6.)
7
radians
8
7.) Find the exact arc length of a circular region with a ce