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LSUBIOL 2051Ginger BrininstoolSpring

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

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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 2051AllFall

BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Turbidity, Integrase, Reverse Transcriptase

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10. what accommodations need to be made to grow an anaerobe in the lab: anaerobes need tubes to be completely filled with medi and sealed, use a reduci
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Photosynthesis, Pyruvic Acid, Enterobacter

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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

Lab Midterm Study Guide (98% on the test)

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: 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

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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 - Midterm Guide: Beaufort Scale, Gram-Positive Bacteria, Osmosis

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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 - Exotoxin, Antibody, Antigen

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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 - Microbiota, Human Microbiota, Staphylococcus Epidermidis

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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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LSUBIOL 2051BrininstoolFall

BIOL2051 midterm.docx

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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 - Final Guide: Adaptive Immune System, Lipopolysaccharide, Aureus

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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 1202AllFall

Test Bank Questions Chapter 36

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LSUBIOL 1209AllFall

BIOLOGY LAB WRITING ASSIGNMENT 1

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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 1201AllFall

Respiration Review Worksheet

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In the cytoplasm glucose is oxidized to pyruvate. In the _________ of adequate oxygen, glucose is fermented in the cytoplasm. Atp is hydrolyzed to adp
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LSUBIOL 1209AllFall

BIOLOGY LAB Idea For Writing Assignment 1

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LSUBIOL 1201AllFall

Endomembrane Pathway Disruptions Test One

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LSUBIOL 1202AllFall

Test Bank Questions Chapter 35

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Chapter questions: you are studying a plant from the arid southwestern united states. Skill: knowledge: an evolutionary adaptation that increases expos
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LSUBIOL 4094AllFall

BIOL 4094 Exam 1

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LSUBIOL 1011AllFall

BIOL 1011 Quiz 12

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BIOL 1001 Quiz 3

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BIOL 1011 Quiz 13

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LSUBIOL 2051Ginger BrininstoolSpring

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

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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 1: Lactate Dehydrogenase, Thioglycolate Broth, Electron Acceptor

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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 2051SmithWinter

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

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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 13: Electron Acceptor, Citric Acid Cycle, Oxidative Phosphorylation

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Photosynthesis: captures light, stores as chemical energy. Heterotrophy: uses captured chemical energy, builds other chemicals. Waste: each step gives
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LSUBIOL 2051Ginger BrininstoolSpring

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

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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 2051nguyenFall

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

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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 2051nguyenFall

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

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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 2051SmithWinter

BIOL 2051 Lecture 7: Chapter 7 Notes

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Chapter outline: the role of dna, dna replication, transcription, translation, the effects of mutations. The role of dna: how do we know dna is the her
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LSUBIOL 2051Ginger BrininstoolSpring

BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ionizing Radiation, Louis Pasteur, Bactericide

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French chemist credited with processes of vaccination, microbial fermentation and pasteurization. Spontaneous generation: hypothesis that living organi
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LSUBIOL 2051SmithWinter

BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Microorganism, Thermophile, Listerine

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Culture medium a mixture of nutrients in which a microorganism can grow: ___________________ a medium composed of digests of chemically undefined subst
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

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

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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 2: Diplococcus, Spiral Bacteria, Lf-Space

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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 9: Pyrimidine, Repressor Lexa, Phenylalanine

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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 4: Radiant Energy, Chon, Microbiological Culture

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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

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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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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 3: Periplasm, Phototaxis, Glycan

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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 2051AllWinter

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

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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 5: Antibiotics, Borosilicate Glass, Plasmolysis

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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

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

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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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BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ethylene Oxide, Asepsis, October 8

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Experiment 1- media preparation and sterilization: solid medium contains agar (from red algae) Deep anaerobic growth: complex medium composed of digest
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LSUBIOL 2051AllFall

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

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Top of tube all in oxygen area: obligate aerobe, obligate anaerobe, facultative aerobe aerobic makes more atp than without oxygen) (need oxygen but poi
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BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hemolysin, Nitrogenase, Chromosome

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BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Turbidity, Integrase, Reverse Transcriptase

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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

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

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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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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

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

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BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Final Guide: System On A Chip, Methanol, Aureus

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Names of organisms to know (tests to distinguish each from the others, what is unique about each, etc. Produce acid and gas in both malt extract and gr
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LSUBIOL 2051AllWinter

BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Phylogenetic Tree, Phototroph, Primary Nutritional Groups

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BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Final Guide: Endocarditis, Gingival Sulcus, Tooth Enamel

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Know these phyla: deeply branching thermophiles optimum growth temp 80 c found near hydrothermal vents and hot springs. Fastest growing cells known: aq
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LSUBIOL 2051nguyenFall

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

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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 13: Electron Acceptor, Citric Acid Cycle, Oxidative Phosphorylation

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

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LSUBIOL 2051nguyenFall

BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Taq Polymerase, Thermus Aquaticus, Deinococcus

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

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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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BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Horizontal Gene Transfer, Extrachromosomal Dna, Antimicrobial Resistance

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Horizontal gene transfer: transformation, conjugation, transduction. Spreads useful genes among bacteria: antibiotic-resistance genes. Encode genes for
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LSUBIOL 2051nguyenFall

BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek, Fowl Cholera, Edward Jenner

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Study of organisms too small to be seen with the naked eye. Importance: medicine: making antibiotics and controlling disease (ex: penicillum and strept
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LSUBIOL 2051nguyenFall

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

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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 23: Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Propionibacterium Acnes, Tooth Enamel

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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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