Micro Chapter 1: Intro

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  1. Chapter 1 iNTRO
  2. Bacteria, Algea, protozoan, helmiths, fungi, and viruses are major groups of?
    Microorganisms
  3. Noncellular, parasitic, protein coated genetic elements that can infect all living things, including other microorganism, cannot survive on their own, can have DNA or RNA(Never both) Depend on the infected cells machinery to reproduce
  4. Viruses
  5. Study of livings thing to small to be seen without magnification
    Microbiology
  6. True or False
    All microorganism cause diseases
    False
  7. Found Nearly Everywhere
    Live in places other organisms can't
    Occur in large number
    Ubiquity of Microorganisms
  8. What conducted photosythesis before plants did?
    Bacteria
  9. Anoxygenic Photosynthesis
    Does not produce O2
  10. Oxygenic Photosynthesis
    Does produce O2
  11. Intodruve microbes in the envoriment to restore stability or clean up toxic pollutants
    Bioremedation
  12. are of microbiology that is concerned with occurance of disease in human population
    Epidemology
  13. Deliberate alterations of and organisms's genetic material
    Recombinant DNA technology
  14. when humans manipulate a microorganism to make products in the inductrail setting
    biotechnology
  15. Disease Causing organisms
    Pathogens
  16. Differences between prokaryotes and eukaryotes
    • - Pro's are 10 times smaller than Euro's
    • -Pro's lack many cell structures such as organelles
    • -All pro's are microorganisms, but only some Euro's are
  17. Single Virus called
    Virions
  18. which part was absent from the first microscope?
    Condenser
  19. Microbial Nomenclature
    Naming Microrganisms
  20. Taxonomy
    Classifying living things
  21. Identification
    Discovering and recoding the traits of organims so they can be named and classified
  22. How are microorganisms named?
    • Genus and species
    • Genus capitalizes species lower cased

    Staphylococcus aureus
  23. Spontaneous generation of organisms from non living matter
    Abiogenesis
  24. A scientific explanation that is subject to testing and
    hypothesis
  25. when a hypothesis has been tested and is supported throrughly with long term study and data it is considered a
    Theory
  26. Correct order of taxonomic categories from most specific to least specific
    Species, genus, family, order class phylum, kingdom, domain
  27. Bacteria and Archea fall under what category
    Prokaryotic
  28. Protista, Fungi, Plants, and Animilia fall under what category?
    Eukaryotes
  29. would a virus fall under eukaryotes or prokaryotes?
    No
  30. T or F SARS in known as the birld Flu
    True
  31. True or False
    Prokaryotes have no nuclues
    True
  32. True or false Microbes are Ubiquitous
    True
  33. innapropiate immune response
    Autoimmunity
  34. Information flow in Eukaryotes
    DNA->RNA-> Proteins
  35. Microorganisms that carry out photosynthesis include
    Algea and bacteria
  36. Arrangement of organisms into groups through evolutionary relationships
    Phylogeny
  37. inclusive level of taxonomic heirachy is the
    Domain
  38. there are three domains in taxonomy which include humans?
    Eukarya
  39. Chapter 2 : Cemistry

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