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UCONNMCB 2610Kathleen FeldmanFall

MCB 2610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6B: Viscosity, Pasteurization, Chemotherapy

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Sterilization destruction or removal of all viable organisms (kills everything: pasteurization removes and kills the pathogens who are more sensitive t
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UCONNMCB 2610Kathleen FeldmanFall

MCB 2610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Archaea, Binomial Nomenclature, Ribosomal Rna

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UCONNMCB 2610Kathleen FeldmanFall

MCB 2610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6A: Programmed Cell Death, Toxic Waste, Microorganism

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Increase in cellular constituents that may result in. Microbial growth: increase in cell number, increase in cell size. Growth refers to population gro
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UCONNMCB 2610Kathleen FeldmanFall

MCB 2610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6A: Microscope Slide, Microorganism, Antibody

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UCONNMCB 2610Kathleen FeldmanFall

MCB 2610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6A: Natural Selection, Limiting Factor, Endospore

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Stationary phase & starvation response: entry into stationary phase due to starvation and other stressful conditions activates survival strategy. Rpos
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UCONNMCB 2610Kathleen FeldmanFall

MCB 2610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1B: Numerical Aperture, Oil Immersion, Confocal Microscopy

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Microorganisms range in size from the smallest (viruses) measured in nanometers (nm), to the. Common units of measurement: centimeter (cm) = 10-2 meter
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UCONNMCB 2610Kathleen FeldmanFall

MCB 2610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Penicillin, Tobacco Mosaic Virus, Aureus

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Avery welch mcb 2610 microbiology week 1 & 2 chapter 1 the microbial world: ignaz semmelweis (1840s) High incidence of purpural fever in obstetrical pa
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UCONNMCB 2610Kathleen FeldmanFall

MCB 2610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Francesco Redi, Fowl Cholera, Martinus Beijerinck

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What is microbiology: study of microbes, microbes forms of life too small to be seen with the naked eye. Protists: the field examines how microbes inte
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UCONNMCB 2610Kathleen FeldmanFall

MCB 2610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mycobacterium, Scanning Tunneling Microscope, Electromagnet

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Microorganisms range in size from the smallest (viruses) measured in nanometers (nm), to the. Common units of measurement: centimeter (cm) = 10-2 meter
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UCONNMCB 2610Kathleen FeldmanFall

MCB 2610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2 & 4: Plasmid, Drug Resistance, Prokaryotic Large Ribosomal Subunit

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The largest area is the nucleoid region, housing the chromosomes and dna replication machinery. A single closed circular, double-stranded dna molecule.
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UCONNMCB 2610Kathleen FeldmanFall

MCB 2610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2 & 4: Fluid Mosaic Model, Hopanoids, Sterol

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Avery welch mcb 2610 microbiology week 6-7 chapter 2 & 4 bacteria & archaea: fluid mosaic model of membrane structure. Membranes are lipid bilayers wit
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UCONNMCB 2610Kathleen FeldmanFall

MCB 2610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1B: Electron Microscope, Flagellum, Electromagnet

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Avery welch mcb 2610 microbiology week 2 & 3 chapter 1 appendix b microscopy & specimen prep: simple stains. A single stain is used (easy and quick) Ca
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