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LSUBIOL 2051Ginger BrininstoolSpring

[BIOL 2051] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (78 pages long)

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1 Dec 2016
Macronutrient elements required in fairly large amounts. Micronutrient element or substance required in trace amounts for normal function of a cell: li
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LSUBIOL 2051BrininstoolFall

BIOL2051 midterm.docx

9 Page
1 Dec 2014
Section b questions about a set of materials (tubes, plates, etc) on the bench top in front of you. Section c questions about images you have seen thro
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Photosynthesis, Pyruvic Acid, Enterobacter

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2 Jul 2014
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

Lab Midterm Study Guide (98% on the test)

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2 Jul 2014
: a sealed device that allows the entrance of stream under pressure; uses: heated to 121 c at 15 pounds per square inch (psi) pressure for 15 minutes (
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Exotoxin, Antigen, Anaphylaxis

10 Page
24 Jun 2014
Immunity- ability of an organism to resist infection. All cells involved in immunity originate from common stem cells in bone marrow. Immune system- pr
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Final Guide: Adaptive Immune System, Lipopolysaccharide, Aureus

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24 Jun 2014
Which of the following is the best immune response to a staphylococcus aureus infection in the blood? specific immune response, adaptive immune respons
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Phagocytosis, Lysozyme, Macrophage

6 Page
18 Jun 2014
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Beaufort Scale, Gram-Positive Bacteria, Osmosis

12 Page
18 Jun 2014
Unique name to a species: genus binomial name. Capitalized and italicized (ex: escherichia); first part of the: species abbreviated (ex: coil) Second p
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Phenylalanine, Lac Operon, Tissue Tropism

36 Page
18 Jun 2014
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Microbiota, Human Microbiota, Staphylococcus Epidermidis

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18 Jun 2014
Chapter 23- human microflora and nonspecific host defenses. Highly recommended that you read this chapter in the text. Human microflora: humans are col
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Quiz 23

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15 Mar 2019
Choose one answer: associated with the dna of target cells, in the cytoplasm of target cells, in the cell membrane of target cells, in the interstitial
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LSUFall

Chapter 6 Outline

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15 Mar 2019
Instructions: please work each problem to the best of your ability. Show all work; partial credit will not be awarded if i cannot easily follow and und
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Test 2 Self Quiz Part 3 Phys

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15 Mar 2019
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Part 5 Self Quiz Test 2 Phys

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15 Mar 2019
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LSUFall

Exam 3 Test Bank Questions

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15 Mar 2019
True or false: guard cells expand when k+ gets pumped into the cells. 3: which two elements make up more than 90% of the dry weight of plants, carbon a
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LSUFall

Test Bank Questions Chapter 36

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15 Mar 2019
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LSUFall

Exam 1 With Answers

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15 Mar 2019
Make sure that your name (last name first) and student id number are on the answer sheet and the circles are filled under them. You may keep your copy
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LSUFall

BACTERIA BIO LAB

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15 Mar 2019
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10713

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15 Mar 2019
What about the metabolism of other food? carbohydrates lipids proteins figure 9. 19. Control of respiration combination of positive and negative feedba
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LSUFall

BIOLOGY LAB WRITING ASSIGNMENT 1

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15 Mar 2019
Recent studies have proven the speculation that salmon are gradually getting. There are several causes for the shrinking of the salmon such as a fight
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LSUBIOL 2051Ginger BrininstoolSpring

BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Citrobacter Freundii, Staphylococcus Epidermidis, Lactococcus Lactis

17 Page
29 Nov 2016
There will be 3 parts to the final exam, all done on the last day of lab. Section a you perform an experiment and interpret the results. With knowledge
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LSUBIOL 2051Ginger BrininstoolSpring

BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Thioglycolate Broth, Micrococcus Luteus, Anaerobic Respiration

16 Page
29 Nov 2016
Elements essential for all microorganisms and percent of cell dry weight: Elements required in fairly large amounts bases: carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, hy
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LSUBIOL 2051Ginger BrininstoolSpring

BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lactate Dehydrogenase, Thioglycolate Broth, Electron Acceptor

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29 Nov 2016
Macronutrient elements required in fairly large amounts. Micronutrient element or substance required in trace amounts for normal function of a cell: li
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LSUBIOL 2051nguyenFall

BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Electron Acceptor, Citric Acid Cycle, Oxidative Phosphorylation

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10 Feb 2017
Photosynthesis: captures light, stores as chemical energy. Heterotrophy: uses captured chemical energy, builds other chemicals. Waste: each step gives
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LSUBIOL 2051nguyenFall

BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Major Histocompatibility Complex, Polio Vaccine, Humoral Immunity

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10 Feb 2017
Immunity- ability of an organism to resist infection. All cells involved in immunity originate from common stem cells in bone marrow. Antigen/immunogen
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LSUBIOL 2051SmithWinter

BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Osmosis, Azotobacter Vinelandii, Staphylococcus

36 Page
25 Aug 2016
Gram ( ) rods; color=yellow/beige; colony shape=round; margin=smooth; elevation=flat; optics=translucent; surface=shiny. Gram (+); chains; central endo
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LSUBIOL 2051nguyenFall

BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Coulter Counter, Generation Time, Radiant Energy

7 Page
10 Feb 2017
All life requires: electron flow to drive all life processes. Drives ions into & out of cells. Used to create atp: energy to move electrons, materials
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LSUBIOL 2051nguyenFall

BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Propionibacterium Acnes, Tooth Enamel

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10 Feb 2017
Microbe populations change constantly: vary with type of tissue & condition. Intestinal flora varies with food eaten: can cause disease if reach abnorm
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LSUBIOL 2051nguyenFall

BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Corynebacterium Diphtheriae, Upper Respiratory Tract Infection, Orthomyxoviridae

7 Page
10 Feb 2017
Hospitals- nosocomial infections: resistant to all drugs except vancomycin. Chickenpox: caused by varicella-zoster virus (vzv), a herpesvirus, vzv can
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LSUBIOL 2051nguyenFall

BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Lac Operon, Sigma Factor, Pribnow Box

7 Page
10 Feb 2017
Transcription- making an rna copy of part of a dna strand. Dna- made of deoxyribonucleotides: double-stranded, thymine, sugar- deoxyribose. Rna- made o
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Diplococcus, Spiral Bacteria, Lf-Space

7 Page
18 Jun 2014
Size of prokaryotes: prokaryotes are generally smaller than eukaryotes, small size allows nutrients to reach all parts of cell quickly, prokaryotic cel
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Sigma Factor, Ribonucleotide, Ribosome

6 Page
18 Jun 2014
Rna synthesis: transcription- making a rna copy of part of a dna strand, differences between dna & rna, dna- made of deoxyribonucleotides. Sugar = deox
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Radiant Energy, Chon, Microbiological Culture

17 Page
18 Jun 2014
Microbial nutrition: all life requires, electron flow, to drive all life processes, drives ions into, out of cells, used to create atp, energy, to move
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Fluorescence, Crystal Violet, Oil Immersion

7 Page
18 Jun 2014
In library on first floor at reserve desk: Microbiology: an evolving science- call number is rx52. Size of prokaryotes: prokaryotes are generally small
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Environmental Factor, Osmosis, Superoxide Dismutase

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18 Jun 2014
Chapter 5 - environmental influences and control of microbial growth. Environmental factors that affect microbial growth: temperature, pressure, osmola
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Antibiotics, Borosilicate Glass, Plasmolysis

10 Page
2 Jul 2014
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Pyrimidine, Repressor Lexa, Phenylalanine

9 Page
2 Jul 2014
Chapter 9 gene transfer, mutations, and genome evolution: dna sequence is not static, horizontal gene transfer, transformation, conjugation, transducti
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Winogradsky Column, Gelatinase, Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek

6 Page
2 Jul 2014
Can get micro book, buy e-book, or buy each chapter. Can go to the website and look up the book. Microbiology- study of organisms too small to be seen
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Rhizobium, Foodborne Illness, Multicellular Organism

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18 Jun 2014
The study of organisms too small to be seen with the naked eye: microorganisms are everywhere. Industry: some are pathogens but most are harmless or be
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Periplasm, Phototaxis, Glycan

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2 Jul 2014
Cell wall - found in plants & most prokaryotes; not in animals simpler internal structure lack membrane-enclosed organelles. Bacteria & archaea: eukary
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LSUBIOL 2051AllFall

BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Superoxide Dismutase, Thioglycolate Broth, Anaerobic Respiration

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22 Jul 2014
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LSUBIOL 2051Ginger BrininstoolSpring

[BIOL 2051] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (78 pages long)

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BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Turbidity, Integrase, Reverse Transcriptase

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2 Jul 2014
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BIOL 2051 Lab Midterm Study Guide2 (got 94% in the course)

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24 Jun 2014
There will be four parts to the midterm: Section a you will have to do a streak plate and perform a gram stain. You will have a total of 25 minutes to
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BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ethylene Oxide, Asepsis, October 8

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24 Jun 2014
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BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hemolysin, Nitrogenase, Chromosome

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BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Citrobacter Freundii, Staphylococcus Epidermidis, Lactococcus Lactis

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BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Thioglycolate Broth, Micrococcus Luteus, Anaerobic Respiration

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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cytochrome C Oxidase, Glycosidic Bond, Facultative Anaerobic Organism

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18 Jun 2014
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BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Final Guide: Facultative Anaerobic Organism, Obligate Anaerobe, Aerotolerant Anaerobe

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18 Jun 2014
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