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MCAT 4

Microbiology

QuestionAnswer
Mircoorgansisms that do harm are known as Pathogen
What is responsible for most world wide infectious diseases Respitatory Infections
Many disease are caused by growth of microbes in the body and by sins, bad character or poverty Germ Theory of disease
Requires the elimination of all forms including endospores and viruses sterility
What are the Five I's of culturing Microbes Inoculation Isolation Incubation inspection Identification
How are types of media classified Physical Chemical Function type
What type of media is used in as a liquid medium ( beef extract, Peptone) Nutrient broth
What type of medium is used as a solidifying agent Nutrient agar
What four features do cells have in common Cell membrane Cytoplasm DNA Ribosomes
What are two basic cell types Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic
What are four examples of eukaryotes Animals Plants Fungi Protists
What are two examples of Prokaryotes Bacteria Archaea
What are the six key Characteristics of life Reproduction Growth Metabolism Respond to stimuli Cell Support Transport
Created by: fabianoden