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microbiology
whats the 3 major roles the microbiology laboratory (microbiologist) is involved with in the diagnosis of bacterial infections.
April 29, 2010 by Alice

microbiology
Due to the prospect of interplanetary travel, how would you attempt to isolate and identify a bacterial infection acquired on another planet? This bacteria is unknown to use and does not appear in Bergey's or the manual of clinical microbiology.
April 29, 2010 by Rachelle

Microbiology
Due to the prospect of interplanetary travel, how would you attempt to isolate and identify a bacterial infection acquired on another planet. This bacteria is unknown to use and does not appear in Bergey's or the manual of clinical microbiology. Look for the properties of life...
May 4, 2007 by Allison

photoautotrophs
oxidize chemicals to obtain energy obtain energy from light and carbon from carbon dioxide use light energy to synthesize water and sugar obtain electrons from oxygen and carbon from organic molecules WHICH ONE DO WOULD YOU PICK. I AM CLUELESS. This site is LONG and LONGER ...
October 3, 2006 by shellie

microbiology
what is sugar fermentation
April 19, 2012 by denis

microbiology
what is the defination of chemorganic
July 17, 2013 by smita

Microbiology
What is the purpose of agar in media?
April 6, 2011 by Dakota

Microbiology
How are algae harmful to humans?
December 1, 2012 by Jerome

microbiology
i need help with answering homework questions
July 16, 2009 by Helen

microbiology
How could we prepare now? What companies could I work for?
September 27, 2009 by rage

Microbiology
What is the funtion of ionizing and nonionizing radiation?
August 1, 2010 by Tee

microbiology
Why is important to study microbial activity?
September 23, 2011 by Xue Lin

microbiology
disadvantages of using a levy-hausser chamber.
February 24, 2009 by krissy

MICROBIOLOGY
WHICH IS A RNA MOLECULE AGCCTAC GGGCCCA GCCCUUA
October 3, 2009 by PHIL

Microbiology
Explain how mutations help us define a gene and its function.
March 24, 2012 by Steph

Microbiology
What responsibilities do patents have for their children's health?
July 15, 2012 by Sierra

microbiology
What characteristics of living things do viruses have?
August 30, 2012 by Patricia

microbiology
what is the common-source outbreak of the H1N1 flu of 2009
October 15, 2009 by lyne

10th grade
How does microbiology affect a person on a daily basis?
January 27, 2010 by Charish

microbiology
list the 5 main processes of diagnosis of a bacterial infection.
April 29, 2010 by Doug

microbiology
List 6 uses of microbes both by humans and in mother nature
September 17, 2009 by lyne

Microbiology
describe the factors that may alter the expression of the cultural characteristics of bacteria?
March 7, 2010 by Lori

microbiology
How do i plot a semi log graph for OD vs. time? The values for OD are under 1
March 14, 2011 by micro

Microbiology
How would you determine whether a colony was a containminant on a streak plate?
April 6, 2011 by Dakota

microbiology please answer.
Define and contrast the terms sterile and clean.Thanks
June 27, 2012 by bing

Microbiology
How can I isolate & identify a bacterial infection acquired on another planet that is unknown to me?
April 30, 2013 by Stephanie

microbiology
what is the equation of the resolving power of a microscope? can you please give an example problem too?
September 21, 2009 by chrissy

MICROBIOLOGY
WHICH IS /ARE COMPLEMENTARY TO 5' AGGCUAAC 3' 1. 5'TCCGATTG3' 2. 3'TCCGATTC5' 3. 5'CTTAGCCT3' 4.3'TAAGCTTA5' 5. 3'TCCGATTG5' AND 5'GTTAGCCT3'
October 3, 2009 by PHIL

microbiology
describe the factors tha may alter the expression of the cultural characteristics of bacteria?
October 31, 2009 by Sue

microbiology
how would you attempt to isolate and identify a bacterial infection acquired on another planet?
April 29, 2010 by Rachelle

microbiology
What is a unique mono-nucleotide of the RNA? Is it GMP AMP TMP CMP or UMP thanks
October 30, 2007 by Teresa

Microbiology
I'm working in a lab and was just wondering what makes a S1 agar complex, differential and selective?
August 11, 2009 by Jared

Science(microbiology)
With examples discuss what dou understand by hurdle effect in food preservation
January 18, 2011 by Zindege

microbiology
Which are the two other pathways necessary to obtain enough energy to accomplish the task?
February 26, 2011 by heidi

Microbiology
What if you found gas in the Lab tubes but none in the BGLB thow does this affect the EC test
February 29, 2012 by James

Microbiology
What is the reducing power and how many proteins are pumped by the fatty acid side chains of triglyceral?
March 3, 2014 by Harley

Microbiology
What is the reducing power and how many protons are pumped by the fatty acid side chains of triglyceral?
March 3, 2014 by Harley

Microbiology
Before mutations can affect a population they must be: a) permanent b) beneficial c) inheritable d) all of the above
August 21, 2008 by MAG

Microbiology
Before mutations can affect a population they must be: a) permanent b) beneficial c) inheritable d) all of the above
August 21, 2008 by MAG

Microbiology
What organic molecule is necessary to detect mixed acid fermentation by bacteria? (IMViC Tests)
March 27, 2012 by Amanda

Microbiology
Why can Enterotube II System be used to identify only gram-ngative, oxidase negative Enterobacteriaceae?
March 28, 2012 by Amanda

microbiology
What are the advantages and disadvantages of using wet mount preparation instead of stained specimens to observe microorganism?
June 24, 2012 by bing

microbiology
Show and explain the vertical displacement of a particle, a distance from the origin for a wave travelling from negative direction.
January 16, 2014 by tera

microbiology
When looking at various stains (i.e gram , acid fast), how do you differentiate between Micrococcus roseus and Lactococcus lactis? Thank you
February 9, 2011 by Bacteria

microbiology
Can someone help me to answer this question please. What is the sequence of the last anticodon? What is its corresponding codon in the nontemplate strand of DNA including polarity.
October 29, 2008 by Mai

microbiology please answer.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of using wet mount preparation instead of stained specimens to observe microorganism?
June 25, 2012 by bing

Microbiology
What kind of prokaryotes have been discovered, which can grow as large as 70 milimeters in diameter and can be without the aid of a microscope (Hint: It's in the ocean)?
January 21, 2009 by Britt

Microbiology
You have a broth that contains 2.7x10^7 cfu/ml/ How many colonies would you expect to count on a plate if you spread our: a. 1.0ml? b. 0.1ml?
February 7, 2012 by Ashley

microbiology
penicillin was called a" mircle drug" because it doesnt harm cell. why doesnt it?
September 2, 2010 by marie

microbiology
What would happen if I omitted adding Gram's Iodine in the Gram Stain procedure?
February 8, 2008 by Anna

microbiology 2
molecular chronometers are used to determine the course of evolution.why, even with this "tool", is evolution still so complex?
April 13, 2008 by katlego

Microbiology
What kingdoms and groups of microbes are found in these two domains, Domain Bacteria and Domain Archaea?
February 5, 2009 by April

Microbiology
Why do you suppose Streptomyces griseus produces an enzyme that inactivates streptomycin? Why is this enzyme produced early in metabolism?
March 27, 2012 by BIO

MICROBIOLOGY
WHAT WOULD ALLOW A CANCER PATIENT TO DEVELOP A RESISTANCE TO SALMONELLA? THE PATIENT IS RECIEVEING A DRUG THAT INHIBUTS CELL DIVISION.
August 9, 2008 by AMANDA

Microbiology
Two types of prokaryotic cells have been distinguished: bacteria and archaea. How do these cells differ from each other? How are they similar?
February 13, 2012 by myoius

Microbiology
what is the best resolution of our light microscopes the formula should be RP = wavelength/2NA right?? so my question is which wavelength do i put as the denominator
September 22, 2009 by lyne

Microbiology
If a culture starts out with 1000 cells and after 8 hours there are 64000 cells, how many generations have occurred? A. 4 B. 32 C. 6 D. 64 E. impossible to determine
March 30, 2010 by Shannon

Microbiology
if the original concentration of phage was markedly increased from the concentration that you received, how could you ensure that you had between 30-300 plaques on your plate? (instead of TNTC)
March 11, 2013 by Melissa

Microbiology
Live cultures of Bacillus thuringiensis (Dipel) and B. subtilis (Kodiak) are sold as pesticides.What bacterial structures make it possible to package and sell these bacteria? For what purpose is each product used?
February 14, 2012 by AHh

Microbiology
People with Rhinovirus infections of the nose and throat have an 80-fold increase in kinins and no increase in histamine. What do you expect for rhinoviral symptoms? What disease is caused by rhinoviruses?
February 24, 2011 by Stephanie

Microbiology
People with Rhinovirus infections of the nose and throat have an 80-fold increase in kinins and no increase in histamine. What do you expect for rhinoviral symptoms? What disease is caused by rhinoviruses?
February 24, 2011 by Stephanie

Microbiology
You need to make 20ml of a 20% glucose solution. The M.W. of glucose is 180.16. How would you accomplish this: Glucose _______g Pure Water _______ml
March 27, 2013 by John

Microbiology
You have a debate in your study group whether rRNA alone can be used to determine the relatedness of organisms up to species level. Explain IN FULL whether you agree or disagree.
April 13, 2008 by Leah

Microbiology
How can lab practices and safety precautions help reduce hazards in a lab setting? How do you handle blood cultures and pathogenic strains in a lab to minimize contamination?
May 3, 2013 by Sara

Microbiology
Calculate the # of phage present in the original sample. Report the dilution factor used and show calculation. 171*1000=171000 PFU/mL Is this a lytic or lysogenic phage? explain.
March 11, 2013 by Katy

Microbiology
Molecular chronometers are used to determine the course of evolution. Explain in full what these are and how they are used. Why, even with this "tool", is evolution still so complex?
April 13, 2008 by Leah

Microbiology
Nucleoside analogs and ionizing radiation are used in treating cancer. These mutagens can cause cancer, so why do you suppose they are used to threat the disease?
February 29, 2012 by CANANAN

Microbiology
Why are fermentation tubes evaluated at 24 and 48 hrs? If an organism oxidatively metabolizes glucose, what will occur in the fermentation tubes?
March 29, 2010 by Kathleen

Microbiology
what microbe causes the disease of Propionibacterium acnes? are there any other features of microbe that conctributes the ability to cause disease?
April 14, 2012 by Anonymous

Microbiology
What are the original color of these agar plates? Eosine Methylene Blue Mannitol Salt Agar Phenylethyl Alcohol Agar Mueller Hinton Agar
March 11, 2013 by Katy

microbiology
Lactobacillus species ferment glucose, as demonstrated by the snyder test. What other metabolic functions might they perform judging by the list of ingredients: Yeast extract, agar, sodium chloride, pancreatic digestive casein. Thank you
March 23, 2011 by Mary'

microbiology
Lactobacillus species ferment glucose, as demonstrated by the snyder test. What other metabolic functions might they perform judging by the list of ingredients: Yeast extract, agar, sodium chloride, pancreatic digestive casein. Thank you
March 23, 2011 by MaryAnne

Microbiology
Utilization of amylase producers is “big business” can you find or think of any uses for the amylase production? [think of the high soda consumption in the U.S., what makes it so sweet?]
September 20, 2010 by C

microbiology
The diploid character of eukaryotic cells may mask the appearance of a mutation since... A) this may be a frame shift B) the mutation is often reversible C) the mutation may be palindromic D) the matching chromosomes may carry the dominate gene
November 27, 2009 by Jen

microbiology
Where and what is patient zero in the H1N1 infection? Use this info to discuss primary infections vs. secondary infections i can figure out the second part if anyone can tell me the first part thanks :)
October 14, 2009 by lyne

Microbiology
What is the diferece between a partial diploid clone and a partial diploid cell?
November 13, 2006 by Ron

Microbiology
The diploid character of eukaryotic cells may mask the appearance of mutation since: A. this may be a frame shift B. the mutation is often reversible C. the mutation may be palindromic D. the matching chromosome may carry the dominant gene. Please help. Thank you.
September 10, 2008 by Dianne

microbiology
all coliforms ferment glucose but none of the media used for this test includes glucose why is glucose not used
February 29, 2012 by Anna

Microbiology
The ability of farmers around the world to produce crops such as corn, wheat, and rice is often limited by the lack of nitrogen-based fertilizer. How might scientists use Beijerinck's discovery to increase world supplies of grain?
March 1, 2011 by Linda

microbiology
In a solution, the substance present in the largest amount is referred to as the solvent. Consider adding one ounce of oil to one gallon of water. Using terms, such as solute, solvent, polar, non-pola
January 25, 2011 by doug

microbiology
What dilutions would have to me made (from a starting concentration of 5 x 10^8 cells per ml) to achieve a final concentration of 1 x 10^3 cells per ml?
May 8, 2011 by Chloe

microbiology
What would you expect to be more frequent in a culture you have propagated, met - mutants or rifampin resistant mutants? Why? Note: The culture was grown in media with methionine and without rifampin.
October 23, 2011 by AKASHA

Microbiology
Why do you inoculate thioglycolate broth with a stab rather than a loop? I have searched online, but they all site as using a loop, not a stab. Also, in lab we used loops to inoculate other broths? Please Help.
September 27, 2010 by 24

Microbiology
Help!!Please. Which may be or is a RNA molecule? AGCCTAC GGGCCCA GCCCUUA AGCCTAC AND GGGCCCA GGGCCA AND GCCCUUA
September 10, 2008 by Susan

PCR Amplification- Microbiology- Bio
PCR Amplification Question: Should we worry about contamination from our own DNA? What about the DNA from other pathogens?
April 24, 2013 by Tenshi

Microbiology- Biology 205
Can someone please help me with this question.... When you blow bubbles into a glass of water, the following reactions take place: H2O + CO2 --a--> H2CO3 --b--> H+ + HCO3- 1. What type of reaction is a? 2. What does reaction b tell you about the type of molecule H2CO3 is...
April 14, 2010 by Jessie T.

Microbiology
Gram stains and acid-fast stains of pus showed gram-positive acid-fast rods. What are the possible organisms?
February 23, 2011 by Stephanie

Microbiology
Discuss some of the physical and chemical factors involved in the composition, and in the preparation, of a culture medium. Nutrient ingredients: ___________________________________________________________ ___________ pH and buffering: ...
January 18, 2013 by Jenn

Science (Microbiology)
The "resistant" threshold for gemifloxacin is >1 mg/L while the "resistant" threshold for sulfamethoxazole is >512 mg/L. Explain why there might be this great disparity of values in resistance thresholds (512-fold) for each antibiotic pharmacologically speaking. (hint: ...
November 4, 2012 by Ashley Strenke

Microbiology
A patient had a biopsy of a lesion which showed a cysticercus. What parasite would have caused her disease and how is it treated. How could it be prevented http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cysticercosis
December 11, 2006 by Anonymous

Microbiology
You need 3.5L of 50mM NaCl from your 20X stock. How would you accomplish this: 20X stock __________ml Pure Water ___________ml From whatever number I plugged in trying to solve it, I got: 175ml of 20X stock and 3,430ml of Pure Water. Have no idea if those are right. Any help ...
March 27, 2013 by John

Microbiology
I'm lost......... The G-C content of Micrococcus is 66-75% and of Stahylococcus, 30-40 moles %. Are these two genera closely related? Please explain..... I don't think so: See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GC-content
December 11, 2006 by Anonymous

microbiology
Which may be or is an RNA molecule? A) AGCCTAC B) GGGCCCA C) GCCCUUA D) AGCCTAC AND GGGCCCA E) GGGCCCA AND GCCCUUA
May 8, 2010 by teresa

Microbiology
How would someone identify an unknown bacteria? "Due to the prospect of interplanetary travel, how would you attempt to isolate and identify a bacterial infection acquired on another planet. This bacteria is unknown to use and does not appear in Bergey's or the manual of ...
May 5, 2007 by Allison

Microbiology
Four questions ... 1) How can you account for the observation that a mass or colony of bacteria shows pigmentation while the individual cells have transparent cytoplasm? 2) What factors may alter the expression of the cultural characteristics of bacteria? 3) Before doing a ...
March 25, 2008 by Cherie

Microbiology
Four questions ... 1) How can you account for the observation that a mass or colony of bacteria shows pigmentation while the individual cells have transparent cytoplasm? 2) What factors may alter the expression of the cultural characteristics of bacteria? 3) Before doing a ...
March 27, 2008 by Cherie

microbiology
Dilution Dilution Factor Colony Count 1:10000 10000 4720 1:50000 50000 1020 1:250000 250000 194 1:1000000 1000000 23 can you tell me how to calculate the colony count of the hypothetical water sample is _______CFU per ml.Thanks!
May 4, 2010 by albee

algebra
In a college, some courses contribute more towards an overall GPA than other courses. For example, a science class is worth 4 points; mathematics is worth 3 points; history is worth 2 points; and English is worth 3 points. The values of the grade letters are as follows, A= 4, ...
October 18, 2010 by john

Microbiology
Which of the following statements about the outer membrane of Gram-negative cell wall is FALSE? A. The outside leaflet is largely composed of lipopolysaccharides. B. The outer membrane contains porins that allow passage of molecules and ions directly into the periplasmic space...
September 4, 2011 by Sham

Biology - Electron Transport Chain
Hi, does the electron transport chain actually PRODUCE ATP? It says on my sheet that 4 molecules of ATP are produced in this way. Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "electron transport chain ATP" to get these possible sources: http://...
February 1, 2007 by student

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