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MicrobiologyLab32

Questions about "Bacterial Motility"

QuestionAnswer
The ________ ________ is the more sensitive of the motility study methods. wet mount
The number and location of flagella can be utilized for ________ purposes. taxonomy
A ________ organism migrates through the agar gel in a motility medium. motile
Prokaryotic flagella usually can (be seen/not be seen) on live cells. not be seen
Name a eukaryotic organism group showing gliding motility. Diatoms.
Bacteria as a group may show the following [motilities]: gliding, flagellar, Brownian movement
Brownian movement results when a cell is bombarded by ________. water molecules
A necessary requirement for the soft agar method is a small concentration of ________. agar
The ability of an organism to move toward a nutrient or away from harm is called ________. chemotaxis
Name a group of organisms with cilia: Cilrates.
Created by: NeuroHeart