A microbe is usually defined as _.
If you were to examine the DNA of a mitochondrion, you would expect it to be most
similar to that of _.
(Slide 11) Which disease lead indirectly to the Louisiana Purchase?
Which of the agents li
Control of Microbial Growth Study Guide
In vivo (Ch 27) or in the environment (Ch 5)
Key Figures: Figure 27.3, 37.5, 27.6, 27.7, 27.17, 27.18, 5.25, 5.27, 5.33, figures from lecture.
Table 27.2, 5.3
Chapter 24 Overview of Immunization
1. Compare and contrast inactivated and attenuated vaccines. What are the
advantages and disadvantages of each type of vaccination strategy?
2. Give an example of natural, active immunity and a second example of a
Chapter 27 Antibiotic Comprehension
1. You are given the job of testing a set of newly developed antibiotics (listed in the table
below) on mice. Your boss tells you theres a meeting tomorrow and hed like to present the
Therapeutic Index of each of these
Homework #9 Overview of Specific Immunity
Humoral vs Cell Mediated Immunity
Fill out the following table, comparing and contrasting the humoral and cell
Can Immunity be
conferred through serum
1. Human Microbiota: Location and Shifting Composition
a. Humans carry 10x as many bacterial as human cells commensal organisms (derive
benefit from host but does not harm host)
i. Commensal organisms are present in nonsterile locations
Flip Day #4 Topic #7 Cytoplasmic Contents & Specialized structures
A. Define transertion and explain how transertion affects nucleoid shape (drawings work
well for this).
B. Would you expect transertion to have t
Stereotypes, Prejudice, and
Psych 101, Mods 43
continued and 44.1, 44.2
Examples of Attitudes from Homework
Why are stereotypes so darn tough to change?
SYLLABUS FOR Micro 302 BIOLOGY OF MICROORGANISMS FALL 2016 - Updated
Introduction to microbiology & its history
Microscopy, staining, shape
Intelligence, Modules 29 and 31
What is intelligence?
Why study intelligence?
Theories of intelligence
The Nature-Nurture Debate
Problems and controversies in intelligence
What is intelligence?
How would you know an animal
Modules 42 &43
What is Social Psychology?
An attempt to understand and explain how the thoughts,
feelings, and behavior of individuals are influenced by the
_, _, or implied presence of others