What is Spontaneous Generation?
What is the theory of Biogenesis?
Who was Ignaz Semmelweis?
What did Joseph Lister do?
Who was Florence Nightingale?
What did John Snow discover?
What is taxonomy concerned with?
What is a Taxon?
What is the taxonomy list?
Binomial System of Nomenclature
How is Specific names of species written?
What are the 6 I's in studying microorganisms?
Selection of media with specialized functions can improve later steps of isolation and identification. Some microbes may require a live organism as the inoculation medium (animal or egg).
How long do you incubate for?
What is isolation?
What are the different ways to isolate a species?
What is Aseptic technique?
What are the 3 categories or media classification?
What are the 4 types of physical states of medium?
What are the types of chemical compositions?
Types of Function Types for media classification?
Examples of Solid Media
What is enriched media?
What is selective media?
What does Eosin Methylene Blue (EMB) Agar grow and what type of media is it?
What does Mac Conkey Agar grow and what type of media is it?
What is differential media?
What is Thioglycollate broth?
What is fermentation media?
What is inspection?
What is identification?
What is an autoclave?
What is an incinerator/inceneration?
What is maginification in microscopes a result from?
What were the 4 early types of microscopes?
What is the total magnification?
What is Resolution?
When you have a shorter wave length, can you see the resolution and details better? true or false
Shorter wave lengths can?
What is a Transmission Electron Microscope?
What is a scanning electron microscope?
What type of preparation allows you to see live, motile organisms?
What does wet mount and hanging drop mount preparations allow you to examine?
What is a fixed mount?
What are the advantages of negative or background staining?
If we have acidic and basic dyes to stain bacterial cells and if bacterial cells are negatively charged, which dye is going to do a better job?
What is a simple stain?
What is a differential stain?
What is an example of acid-fast stain?
What is the purpose of acid fast stain?
What are halophiles?
What are the 2 major groups of Appendages?
What are the 3 parts of Flagella?
What are the 4 types of flagellar arrangements?
What is periplasmic flagella?
What type of motion does perplasmic flagella produce?
What is the Fimbriae made of, and what are their function?
what is pili?
what type of cell wall is there in a positive gram stain bacteria?
what type of cell wall is there in a negative gram stain bacteria?
what are the functions of Glycocalyx?
what does the cell wall do?
what is found in the lipid portion of a gram negative cell wall?
What may function as receptors and blocking immune response?
What are 2 difference in gram negative and gram positive cells?
What is the phospholipid bilayer embedded with?
what are the functions of the cell membrane?
what is cytoplasm and what does it contain?
What does mesosomes do?
What is an endospore?
Prokaryote chromosome is what?
What are inclusions and granules?