Lecture Notes for BIOL 2111 - Introduction to Microbiology with Xing at Seton Hall (SHU)

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Material Type:Study Guide
Class:BIOL 2111 - Introduction to Microbiology
University:Seton Hall University
Term:Fall 2009
  • Differential Medium
  • Psychrophile
  • Correct Answer
  • Emerging Disease
  • Pasteurization
  • Free Ribosomes
  • Bacteriostatic
  • Transporters
  • Cytoskeleton
  • Bioterrorism
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Chapter 1 1 The theory that organisms can arise from nonliving matter is called Correct answer: spontaneous generation. biogenesis theory. cell theory. the theory of evolution. none of the above. 1 0 2 Which of the following scientists performed experiments to disprove the theory of spontaneous generation? 1. Redi 2. Pasteur 3. Hooke 4. Tyndall 5. Leeuwenhoek 1 0 1,2. 1,2,3. Correct answer: 1,2,4. 1,2,5. all of the above. 3 Which of the following experimental requirements was necessary for Pasteur to disprove spontaneous generation? providing a nutrient source that would support microbial growth. providing air. preventing airborne microorganisms from entering the flask. heating the flask to kill any microorganisms that were initially present in the broth. Correct answer: all of the above. 1 0 4 The process of using microbes to destroy dangerous chemicals and pollution in the environment is called recombinant DNA technology. biotechnology. Correct answer: bioremediation. microbial transformation. 1 0 ...

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