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Class Notes for BIO SCI M122 at University of California - Irvine (UC-IRVINE)

UC-IRVINEBIO SCI M122Mark OuFall

BIO SCI M122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Microscope Slide, Pipette, Microbiology

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4 Dec 2016
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To try differing amounts of bacteria from solid and liquid media in order to determine the best amount of cultured bacteria to put on a slide for stain
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BIO SCI M122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Insulin, Motility, Non-Cellular Life

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30 Sep 2016
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Organisms that are too small to be seen with the unaided eyes. Need microscope to see them: typically 0. 2mm or smaller, few are pathogenic. Producers
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BIO SCI M122 Lecture 1: Lecture 01 | Microbes in our lives & Types of microorganisms

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4 Dec 2016
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Organisms that are too small to be seen with the unaided eye. Can do photosynthesis & provide nutrients for other organisms. Decomposers in the ecosyst
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BIO SCI M122 Lecture 54: Live Protozoa

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4 Dec 2016
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Traditionally protozoa are divided on the basis of locomotion. Play an important ecological role in food chain and population balance. Is a slowing age
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BIO SCI M122 Lecture 55: Parasitic Protozoans and Helminths

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4 Dec 2016
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Can be spread in food, water, or via an infected vector to cause disease. Often have a trophozoite or feeding form, and a cyst or protective form. The
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BIO SCI M122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 43: Methylene Blue, Resazurin, Microbiology

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4 Dec 2016
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Bacteria can be classified into 5 main categories based upon their oxygen requirement for growth. Sensitivity lies in the oxygen by-products such as pe
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BIO SCI M122 Lecture 47: Urea Hydrolysis

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4 Dec 2016
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Describe a positive result of the urease test. An enzyme that has a role as a virulent factor. Splits urea into carbon dioxide and ammonia. Helicobacte
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BIO SCI M122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 46: Gelatinase, Exoenzyme, Amylase

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4 Dec 2016
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Describe a positive result for the amylase test. Describe the negative result for an amylase test. Bacteria cannot carry out phagocytosis for food cons
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BIO SCI M122 Lecture 49: IMViC Test

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4 Dec 2016
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The imvic test was developed as a means of separating members of. Each capitol letter in the imvic represents a test. Describe a positive result of the
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BIO SCI M122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 41: Gram-Negative Bacteria, Tetracycline, Microorganism

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4 Dec 2016
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Knowing the effectiveness of disinfectants and antiseptics on bacterial growth provides us with valuable information on how to eliminate them and thus
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BIO SCI M122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 48: Ornithine Decarboxylase, Nitrogen Fixation, Ornithine

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4 Dec 2016
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The ability of an organism to reduce nitrate (no3) to nitrite (no2) using the enzyme nitrate reductase can be determined by the use of a nitrate broth.
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BIO SCI M122 Lecture 45: Blood Typing- Slide Agglutination

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4 Dec 2016
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