Test Answers on Microbiology Flashcards

Assessments Ch 23 – Neurologic System

agnosia loss of ability to recognize importance of sensory impressions agraphia loss of ability to express thoughts in writing amensia loss of memory analogesia loss of pain sensation aphasia loss of power of expression by speech, writing, or signs, or loss of comprehension of spoken or written language. apraxia loss of ability to perform purposeful […]

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PD: Chapter 22: Neurologic System(to slide 26)

Internal environment of the body The autonomic nervous system coordinates which of the following? orchestrate the stress response. The major function of the sympathetic nervous system is to: digestion The parasympathetic nervous system maintains the day-to-day function of: shock absorber. Cerebrospinal fluid serves as a: frontal lobe. The motor cortex of the brain is in […]

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Micro Ch. 19 & 21

Alcoa case a 1945 case in which the courts ruled that the possession of monopoly power, no matter how reasonably that power was used, was a violation of the antitrust laws; temporarily overturned the rule of reason applied in the US Steel Case antitrust policy the use of antitrust laws to promote competition and economic […]

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Essay Summary of Micro Exam 3

1. Imagine a 2,000-acre park with picnic benches, trees, and a pond. Suppose it is publicly owned, and people are invited to enjoy its beauty. When the weather is nice, it is difficult to find parking on summer afternoons. Otherwise, it is a great place. An efficient solution to the parking problem would be to […]

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Informative Essay on Micro final

outlawed restraints of trade and monopolization Sherman act 1890 amended by the celler-kefauver act outlaws price discrimination when anticompetitive, tying contracts, anticompetitive mergers, and interlocking directorates. Clayton Act renewed by the Wheeler-lea act created the federal trade commission and gave it the authority to investigate unfair methods of competition and deceptive acts or practices in […]

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Microbiology Chapter 17,18,19 Review

Innate immunity immunity to disease that occurs as part of an individual’s natural biologic makeup, present at birth. Adaptive Immunity (specific immunity) aquired ability to recognize and destroy a pathogen or its products after exposure of the immune system to the pathogen Humoral Immunity a type of immunity that is caused by the circulation of […]

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Microbiology Lab ASCP exam

Anaerobic specimens- unacceptable Throat, sputum, genital Media selection: throat BAP, CNA, (SXT) Media selection: Urine BAP, Mac, (CNA) Media selection: Wound BAP, CHOC, Mac Media selection: Sputum BAP, Mac, Choc, CNA Media selection: Genital Choc, MTM Media selection: CSF Choc, BAP, broth Media selection: Blood Broth Boricon Tubes Urine Jembec plate MTM for Neisseria gonnorheae […]

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Chapter 1: The Main Themes of Microbiology

The major types of microorganisms include: Protozoa Plants Animals Fungi Algae Viruses Bacteria Protozoa, Fungi, Algae, Viruses, Bacteria _____ can be seen with the naked eye Microorganisms _____ are small, single-celled prokaryotic organisms Bacteria _____ are not cellular (acellular) and are composed of nucleic acid surrounded by a protein coat Virus Which term best describes […]

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microbiology college network set 1

systematic infection infection spread via the blood or lymphatic system focal infection infection spread from a specific locale acute infection severe infection that begins abruptly chronic infection infection that appears gradually and lasts for an extended period of time subacute infection infection with intermediate duration and symptoms primary infection infection caused by the organism that […]

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Microbiology SLIDES midterm practical (mcb2010) Broward College South campus

Simple stain Negative stain Acid-fast Gram stain Acid-fast Capsule stain Endospore stain Endospore stain Flagella Flagella Flagella Amoeba (eukaryotes) Amoeba (eukaryotes) Paramecium (eukaryotes) Paramecium (eukaryotes) Paramecium (eukaryotes) Spirogyra (eukaryotes) Spirogyra (eukaryotes) Spirogyra (eukaryotes) Volvox (eukaryotes) Volvox (eukaryotes) Volvox (eukaryotes) Diatoms (eukaryotes) Saccharomyces cerevisiae (eukaryotes) Saccharymoyces (eukaryotes) entamoeba histolytica trophozoite Protozoan of clinical importance entamoeba histolytica […]

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Microbiology Dr Robinson Final broward college

Starch Hydrolysis amylase Test BEFORE iodine was added. Notice the wavy margins 5.13 5.16 Starch Hydrolysis amylase Test AFTER iodine was added. Organism on the right has no clearing while the organism on the left has a clearing Milk plate inoculated with casease positive and negative organism. Top casease positive. Bottom casease negative. 5.17 Gelatin […]

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MICRO Midterm Ch 1-5

An economic situation is in equilibrium when… A. there are no incentives involved. B. no individual could be made better off by doing something different. C. it arises from individual choices that don’t interact with one another. D. the outcome is fair. No individual could be made better off by doing something different. (We assume […]

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Microbiology Lab Practical 1

Know the parts of the microscope Know the microscope parts with their functions 400x Bacillus True Coccus Spirillum False False Label the bacterial cell model to review prokaryotic cell parts. Coccus Bacillus Spirillum Tetrad Cocci in chains False Memorize True air dry–>heat fix\” alt=\”b. Make smear–>air dry–>heat fix\”> b. Make smear–>air dry–>heat fix Negative Staining […]

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Microbiology Final: Case Studies

Diagnosis: Neisseria gonorrhea Diagnosis using Symptoms and History: -slight fever -frequent urination -vaginal discharge -lesion on labia -sexually active -high pH of urine -vaginal secretion smear shows gram negative cocci gram negative cocci, high pH of urine, lesions on labia clinical features most critical to diagnosis of Neisseria gonorrhea antibiotics penicillin, doxycycline if Chlamydia coinfection […]

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Microbio – Chapter 5

Which of the following is/are transferred to daughter cells during cell division? A) genomic DNA, the blueprint for everything the cell needs B) individual genes and enzymes to later be brought together to form the genome C) chromosome and enzymes to immediately begin cellular metabolism D) chromosome, proteins, and all other cellular constituents chromosome, proteins, […]

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Test Answers on micro exam 3

The Laffer curve illustrates the relationship between tax rates and tax revenues. A price floor set above an equilibrium price tends to cause persistent imbalances in the market because Quantity supplied exceeds quantity demanded but price cannot fall to remove the surplus. The deadweight loss (or excess burden) resulting from levying a tax on an […]

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Micro -1: Economics Quiz Answers

marginal analysis comparisons of marginal benefits and marginal costs, usually for decision making 1 Purposeful (rational) behavior the pleasure, happiness, or satisfaction obtained from consuming a good or service. They allocate their time, energy, and money to maximize their satisfaction. Because they weigh costs and benefits, their economic decisions are \”purposeful\” or \”rational,\” not \”random\” […]

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Microeconomics Terms Flashcards

CHAPTER 1 When the Fed Gov crafts environmental policies that make it less expensive for firms to follow green initiatives, the policies are consistent with economic incentives. _____ is the study of the choices people make to attain their goals, given their scarce resources. Economics. Quiz 1. 1. Trade-Offs force society to make choices, particularly […]

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Assessment Chapter 15 Neurologic System

Sensory: Smell reception and interpretation Olfactory (CNI) Sensory: Visual acuity and visual fields Optic (CNII) Motor: Raise eyelids, most extraocular movements Parasympathetic: Pupillary constriction, change lens shape Oculomotor (CNIII) Motor: Downward, inward eye movement Trochlear (CNIV) Motor: Jaw opening and clenching, chewing and mastication Sensory: Sensation to cornea, iris, lacrimal glands, conjunctiva, eyelids, forehead, nose, […]

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Chapter 10: Neurodevelopmental and Neurocognitive Disorders

What is delirium Disorientation, recent memory loss, and a clouding of attention Have problems with focusing, sustaining, or shifting attention Signs arise suddenly What is sundowning when the signs of delirium get worse at night what is dementia Typically caused by anatomic changes in the brain Generally irreversible, permanent Affects mainly memory what is the […]

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Microsoft Chapter 6: Practice Test

You _____ a data source with the main document to generate a series of individual documents or letters. Merge Which of the following methods are provided by Word for merging documents? Mail Merge task pane A letter ____ saves thime because Word prepares a letter with text/and or formatting common to all letters. Template The […]

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