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UOFMMBIO 1010Christopher RathgeberFall

MBIO 1010- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 173 pages long!)

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MBIO 1010- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 30 pages long!)

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UOFMMBIO 1010Christopher RathgeberFall

MBIO 1010- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 173 pages long!)

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UOFMMBIO 1010Christopher RathgeberSummer

MBIO 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Anabolism, Ultra-High-Temperature Processing, Mycobacterium Tuberculosis

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Cell chemistry and nutrition: macronutrients, elements required in large amounts to build macromolecules. The building blocks of cell material: the big
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UOFMMBIO 1010Christopher RathgeberSummer

MBIO 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Myxobacteria, Microbiological Culture, Microbiology

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The study of microorganisms that can or cannot be visible to the human eye. Includes multicellularity, but multicellularity can be also achieved from g
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UOFMMBIO 1010Christopher RathgeberSummer

MBIO 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Molecular Clock, Veterinary Virology, Microbiological Culture

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The study of microorganisms that can or cannot be visible to the human eye. Includes multicellularity, but multicellularity can be also achieved from g
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UOFMMBIO 1010Christopher RathgeberSummer

MBIO 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Vancomycin, Hyaluronidase, Xeroderma

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Compounds that kill or inhibit the growth of microorganisms in a human or animal. Must exhibit selective toxicity: looking for chemicals that will harm
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UOFMMBIO 1010Christopher RathgeberSummer

MBIO 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Immunoglobulin G, Thymus, Basophil

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Immune system can be divided into two major branches. Innate (non-specific) immune response: exists at birth and always present, defends against all in
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UOFMMBIO 1010Dr.A.KumarWinter

MBIO1010 Final: Micro1010 Lab Review

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Two sets of lenses (oculars and objective) Dark specimen on a light coloured background. Iris diaphragm opens and closes to let light in and out (clear
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UOFMMBIO 1010Christopher RathgeberSummer

MBIO 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Epsilonproteobacteria, Primary Nutritional Groups, Lysis

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MBIO 2360 Study Guide - Final Guide: Chymotrypsin, Thymine, Disaccharide

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5: (a) draw the tetrapeptide asp-arg-asn-ala at its isoelectric point (pi). (relevant pka values are: 2. 1, 3. 9, 9. 5 and 12. 5. ) 4: (b) 100 ml of a
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MATH 1020 University of Manitoba MATH1020W2008 Midterm 1

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MATH 2030 University of Manitoba Quiz 6

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Instructor: r. craigen: time: 20 minutes no aids permitted, total marks: 20. Student number: consider the following relation on x = {1, 2, 3, 4}: {(1,
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MATH 2030 University of Manitoba Quiz 5

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Instructor: r. craigen: time: 20 minutes no aids permitted, total marks: 20. Student number: suppose a sequence {an}n 0 satis es a cchl recurrence whos
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MATH 1010 Midterm 1 2007

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CHEM 2220 Term Test 2 2006

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2. 222 - introductory organic chemistry ii - term test 2. This is a 2-hour test, marked out of 48 points total. If more space is required you may use t
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MATH 1010 University of Manitoba MATH1010F2008 Final Exam

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COMP 4490 Final Exam

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No other aids or electronic devices are allowed. This means that notes, books, cell phones, graphic calculators, pda"s, etc. are not allowed. total mar
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UOFMMBIO 1010Christopher RathgeberSummer

MBIO 1010 Lecture Notes - Scanning Electron Microscope, Transmission Electron Microscopy, Atomic-Force Microscopy

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Microbiology: study of organisms too small to be seen with the naked eye, ex. Bacteria, viruses, and single celled eukaryotes: some microorganisms howe
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UOFMMBIO 1010Christopher RathgeberFall

MBIO 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Gram-Positive Bacteria, Sodium Chloride, Membrane Technology

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Lab 5: selective and differential media and the human microbiota. You should know what the following terms mean, and be able to give an example of a me
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UOFMMBIO 1010Christopher RathgeberFall

MBIO 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Micrococcus Luteus, Microaerophile, Aerotolerant Anaerobe

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Bacteria exhibit incredible diversity in their metabolic processes! Just about every substance known, whether natural or synthetic, can be metabolized
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UOFMMBIO 1010Christopher RathgeberFall

MBIO 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Safranin, Spirillum, Clostridium

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UOFMMBIO 1010Christopher RathgeberWinter

MBIO 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Protein Synthesis Inhibitor, Actinobacteria, Bacteroidetes

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Hyphae produce reproductive spores for dispersal conidia o not endospores . The capacity to branch (form structures similar to fungi) Spores are not th
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UOFMMBIO 1010Christopher RathgeberWinter

MBIO 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Macconkey Agar, Hemolysis, Gut Flora

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UOFMMBIO 1010Christopher RathgeberWinter

MBIO 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Gram Staining, Staphylococcus Epidermidis, Silver Nitrate

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UOFMMBIO 1010Christopher RathgeberWinter

MBIO 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Urinary Tract Infection, Streptococcus, Collagenase

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Infection growth of microbes that are not normally present in the host (regardless of whether or not the host is harmed) . Disease damage or injury tha
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UOFMMBIO 1010De Kievit TeriFall

MBIO 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Mycoplasma Genitalium, Peptidoglycan, Tenericutes

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Includes many of the most commonly encountered bacteria. Most metabolically diverse phylum: chemolithotrophs, chemoorganotrophs. Means its slower growt
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UOFMMBIO 1010De Kievit TeriFall

MBIO 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Tissue Tropism, Endocytosis, Lytic Cycle

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Obligate intracellular pathogens: reproduce only inside of living cells, lack independent metabolism. They rely on the host: have nucleic acid and prot
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UOFMMBIO 1010De Kievit TeriFall

MBIO 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Meiosis, Eukaryote, Chlorophyll

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Must be stained to view: flagella stain. Can be used for identification: a. polar flagellation: flagella attached to one or both ends of a cell, monotr
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UOFMMBIO 1010De Kievit TeriFall

MBIO 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Light-Independent Reactions, Heterocyst, Chlamydiae

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Microbes are grouped into phyla based on evolutionary relationships. Most often based on 16s rrna gene sequence. Groups microbes based on the activitie
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UOFMMBIO 1010De Kievit TeriFall

MBIO 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Leptospira, Great Salt Lake, Oxidative Stress

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Growth: measured as an increase in the number of cells. Binary fission: cell division following enlargement of a cell to twice its minimum size: fig. G
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UOFMMBIO 1010De Kievit TeriFall

MBIO 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: T Cell, B Cell, Perforin

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Part 5: immunity and host defense ii overview of adaptive immunity. Overview of immunity: 25. 2adaptiveresponsepropertie, primary and secondary immune
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UOFMMBIO 1010De Kievit TeriFall

MBIO 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Ignicoccus, Lithotroph, Nitrification

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Breadth of phylogenetic diversity is similar to that of the bacteria and eukarya. Example: halobacterium salinarum: absolute requirement for high salt
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UOFMMBIO 1010De Kievit TeriFall

MBIO 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Heterotroph, Sodium Chloride, Mannitol

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Macronutrients: elements required in large amounts to build macromolecules. The building blocks of cell material: c, h, o, n, p and s > 90% of the dry
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UOFMMBIO 1010De Kievit TeriFall

MBIO 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Flagellin, Pattern Recognition Receptor, Exocytosis

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24. 1 cells and organs of the immune system. Made up of: lymph vessels that carry fluid (lymph) Similar to blood containing white blood cells (leukocyt
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UOFMMBIO 1010De Kievit TeriFall

MBIO 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Sodium Chloride, Respiratory Tract, Metabolic Waste

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