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College Microbiology
Staphylococcus aureus is what kind of organism?
  1. Pseudopod
  2. Eukaryote
  3. Alage
  4. Prokaryote
College Microbiology
The study of organisms and agents too small to be seen clearly by the unaided eye
  1. microbiology
  2. macrobiology
  3. mycology
  4. phycology
College Microbiology
unicellular with spherical rod or spiral shapes. most absorb nutrients from environment, but some make their own nutrients by photosynthesis
  1. virus
  2. algae
  3. bacteria
  4. fungi
College Microbiology
The three main bacteria morphologies are known as                            .
  1. coccus, bacilli, and spiral
  2. coccus, sphere, and star
  3. boccus, cacilli, and spiral
  4. cocoid, bacoid, and spiroid
College Microbiology
E. coli have genes for lactose enzymes that are activated by regulatory genes when there is insufficient glucose available for the bacteria to metabolize.
  1. True
  2. False
College Microbiology
There are more bacteria in your mouth right now than the total number of men, women, and children that have ever existed on Earth since humans separated from the great apes some
6–10 million years ago.
  1. True
  2. False
College Microbiology
The causative agent of a disease that causes the disease include                                                 .
  1. fungus, rickettsia, virus
  2. bacteria,virus, protozoan
  3. virus, fungus, rickettsia
  4. virus, bacteria, fungus, rickettsia or protozoan
College Microbiology
                is the most diverse group of prokaryotes.
  1. fungi
  2. bacteria
  3. plants
  4. humans
College Microbiology
  1. streptococco
  2. spiralcoctus
  3. staphlococci
  4. spirochete
College Microbiology
There are more human cells than microbial cells in your body.
  1. True
  2. False
College Microbiology
Who was the first to connect cause (microorganisms) with effect (disease, growth, metabolic products etc)?
  1. Louis Pasteur
  2. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
  3. Lucretius
  4. Lazzaro Spanzallani
College Microbiology
What are considered true bacteria?
  1. archaebacteria
  2. eukaryotic
  3. eubacteria
College Microbiology
               are very small infectious agents that live only in invading other cells.
  1. viruses
  2. fungus
  3. yeast
  4. parasites
College Microbiology
Which STI listed is caused by bacteria?
  1. AIDS
  2. Genital Herpes
  3. Chlamydia
  4. Pubic lice
College Microbiology
Bacillus is a type of bacteria.
  1. True
  2. False
College Microbiology
The infective phase of Protozoa is the                  , and the asexual phase is the                  .
  1. Egg, Nymph
  2. Cyst, Trophozoite
  3. Larva, Egg
  4. Egg, Larva
  5. A and D
College Microbiology
Hib bacteria can live in the        Nose        and          Throat          of uninfected people and people who are affected by Hib.
College Microbiology
The Haemophilus influenzae has correlation with the influenza virus (the flu).
  1. True
  2. False
College Microbiology
Which is more dangerous to human beings-antigenic DRIFT or antigenic SHIFT-and why?
  1. Antigenic DRIFT-since this produces the quickest and largest degree of changes in the virus structure and we may not have immunity against it.
  2. Antigenic SHIFT-since this produces the quickest and largest degree of changes in the virus structure and we may not have immunity against it.
  3. Antigenic DRIFT-the small changes make the virus look like something we already have an immune response in place for, but we actually don't. This lets the virus hide from the immune responses needed to clear it out for a longer period of time.
  4. Antigenic SHIFT-the process completely changes the virus 100%, allowing it to jump into different species (i.e., from birds into humans). As such, we have no responses in place for the new virus.
College Microbiology
A disease that pass directly from a vertebrate animal to humans and back, with no intermediate vector such as an insect.
  1. common cold
  2. zoonosis
  3. myiasis
  4. rotavirus
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