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  1. What is an example of a subcellular microorganism?
    virus
  2. Microorganism that is classified a a prokaryotic cell
    bacterium
  3. Characteristic of a subcellular microorganism
    a noncellular structure in whihc the nucleic acid is surrounded by a protein coat
  4. Characteristics of prokaryotic cells?
    they are highly structured and contain a nucleus
  5. Who is credited with identifying microorganisms as the cause of disease?
    Louis Pastuer and Rober Koch
  6. Microorganisms cause diseases that are a leading cause of death in developing countries because of lack of proper sanitation
    protozoans
  7. Examples of diseases caused by viruses include
    chickenpox, croup, hepatitis, and influenza
  8. A bacterium that is spherical, round or ovoid
    coccus
  9. Comma-shaped bacteria
    vibrios
  10. Spiral-shaped bacterium
    spirillum
  11. rod-shaped bacterium
    bacillus
  12. Grape-like clusters of cocci that are commonly found on the skin
    staphylococci
  13. Causative agents for boils, acne, abscesses, food poisoning, and a type of pheumonia are
    staphylococci
  14. pairs of cocci
    diplococci
  15. microorganisms that cause infections such as strep throat...etc.
    streptococci
  16. bacteria responsible for gastroenterisis, tuberculosis, whooping cough, botulism, and tetanus
    bacilli
  17. bacteria responsible for syphillis and lyme disease
    spirilla
  18. bacteria responsible for diseases such a cholera
    vibrios
  19. commonly found in insects such as ticks and mites and are responsible for diseases such as Rocky Mountain Spotted fever and typhus
    rickettsia
  20. causes venereal diseas, eye disease, etc.
    chlamydiae
  21. bacteria that reproduce by budding
    fungi
  22. tuberculosis is diagnosed by a
    sputum specimen
  23. distinct group of organisms that can be seen on the surface of the culture medium
    colony
  24. gelatin-like substance derived from seaweed that gives a culture medium its consistency is called
    agar
  25. determination of the type of pathogen is
    qualitative analysis
  26. determination of the number of bacteria present in specimens is called
    quantitative analysis

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