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MICR 121 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gram Staining, Lytic Cycle, Gram-Negative Bacteria

Microbiology and Immunology
Course Code
MICR 121
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3 characteristics of bacteria:
3 gram positive cocci
3 gram positive bacilli
3 gram negative cocci
3 gram negative bacilli
difference between gram negative and positive bacteria
special non-gram bacteria
process of gram stain
difference between bacteria and virus
3 characteristic of virus
what is capsid
replication cycle
4 ways of attachment
lytic cycle
what is central dogma
what is latent viral infection
what is RNA retroviruses
different ways to detect virus
difference between yeast and mold

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characteristic of fungi (cell membrane and wall)
Reproduction of fungi:
Name yeast and molds
What is dimorphic fungi and name 3:
Direct and indirect cycle difference:
Lab detection of parasite:
Difference between pathogen, potential pathogens, non-pathogen
What is virulence factor
Normal flora
Skin normal flora
Resp normal flora
GI normal flora
GU normal flora
Importance of the normal flora
Nonspecific host defence
Specific host defense
Innate and adaptive immunity
Against immune response (4)
Difference between bactericidal and bacteriostatic
Difference between narrow and broad-spectrum antibiotics
Difference between resistance and sensitive
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