Compare and contrast two microorganisms- the virus and bacteria - in terms of the following processes. I need to state what is different and the same. Simply making side by side lists for the organisms without statements is not what I am trying to accomplish. a. Describe the basic chemical, molecular, and/or cellular mechan
Please help me understand the attached questions. I've placed them here, but you should open up the attachment to see them formatted better. _________________________________________________ Multiple Choices: 1 point each (36 points total). Choose the single best answer for each of the following questions: 1. The accomplishme
Bacterial cells are prokaryotic. Choose two structures of bacterial cells and explain how these structures allow bacteria to function as unicellular organisms. There are many examples of eukaryotic cells. Algae, Fungi, Plants, and Animals are all composed of eukaryotic cells. Some algae and fungi are unicellular organisms, b
1. What are prokaryotes and eukaryotes? List three (3) ways prokaryotes differ from eukaryotes. 2. Natural selection is essentially a two-step process, what are the two steps? Ideas and research are included.
Please help with the following problem. The maximum yield of ATP per molecule of glucose in eukaryotic cells varies from 36 to 38 ATP. In prokaryotic cells, the maximum yield is 38 ATP. Explain why the maximum yield in eukaryotes varies, and why this is not an issue in prokaryotic cells
Eukaryotic cells are more complex that prokaryotic cells. Describe briefly how eukaryotic cells might have evolved. Are there unicellular eukaryotic organisms on Earth today?
Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells share many similar features, developed and fine-tuned through years of evolution. Interestingly, the majority of prokaryotic cells exist as simple unicellular organisms, and only on rare occasions can grow together in colonies or demonstrate any type of intercellular communication. Eukaryotic cel
What are the differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells? What are the differences between plant and animal cells
51. Explain how capsules and cell wall components contribute to pathogenicity. 52. Discuss the causes of symptoms in fungal, protozoan, helminthic, and algal diseases. 53. Name the microbes that produce most of the antibiotics. 54. Identify five modes of action of antimicrobial drugs. 55. Describe inh
21. Explain the purpose of Bergey's Manual and differentiate the types. 22. Describe how staining and biochemical tests are used to identify bacteria. 23. Differentiate between Western blotting and Southern blotting. 24. Explain how serological tests and phage typing can be used to identify an unknown organ
11. Define restriction enzymes, and outline how they are used to make recombinant DNA. 12. Outline the PCR process and provide an example of its use. 13. Describe five ways of getting DNA into a cell. 14. Describe how a gene library is made. 15. Differentiate between cDNA and synthetic DNA. 16.
1. Describe the use of a DNA probe and PCR for: 1. Rapid identification of an unknown bacterium. 2. Determining which of a group of bacterium are most closely related. 2. After contact with a patient's spinal fluid, a lab technician developed fever, nausea, and purple lesions on her neck and extremities. A throat culture
When phage λ is grown on a Tn10-containing E. coli host, rare phage that transduce tetracycline-resistance can be isolated. You isolate DNA from λ and from λ-tet and cut each with EcoRI and BamHI and see the following sized fragments on an agarose gel: Tn10 is 9kb long, with one EcoRI site 3.5kb from its left end (and the
1.Herschley-Bulkley Model Please describe in detail this model indicating the meaning of each parameter and their range. Please list and describe alternative THREE PARAMETER Models. 2.Creep Test Please describe in detail this test and explain why is so useful in characterizing viscoelasticity. 3.Relaxation test
Discuss why prokaryotes tend to be small relative to eukaryotic cells. Discuss why size may be limited in cells of eukaryotic organisms bases on their function. Provide examples and incorporate resources as necessary.
8. The virulence of an organism may be enhanced by all the following except a. Its ability to produce exotoxins. b. Its ability to overcome body defense. c. Its ability to spread through the tissues. d. Its ability to grow on artificial laboratory media. 15. A scientist who studies the pattern of disease in a commun
Please review the 5 questions for correctness. There were a couple that I was unable to answer. 5. Cyst formation by certain protozoa permits a. Survival in the arthropod vector. b. Enhanced reproduction by the protozoan. c. Passage through the stomach acid. d. Using carbon dioxide as an energy source. 16. An amoeb
Please confirm correctness of the attached 8 questions. 1. Yeasts produce mainly by a. Conidia b. Budding c. Sporangia d. Basidia 13. The retrovirus that leads to AIDS a. Has no enveople b. Contains RNA in its genome. c. Uses reverse transcriptase to convert DNA to RNA. d. Multiplies only within the brain cell
Many of the most devastating human diseases result from an attack of various microbes (viruses, bacteria, fungi) on the human body. The flu epidemic of 1918 killed 22 million Americans and Europeans in just 18 months, and our ongoing war against the HIV virus is still waging. In order to fight against this onslaught, the human b
You are a graduate student working on a followship for a biotech companny .You are part of a group that will perform some scientiific research. You recieve various soil samples shipped to you from remote areas of the world. You and your team members need to evaluate these samples
Protist is much more complex then cells of multiceller organisms. Does this mean that the Protist is engaged in more complex activities then multicellular organism and if not why should the Protistan cell be much more complicated?
Often, prokaryotic cells exist as simple unicellular organisms, but in some species, prokaryotic cells can grow together in colonies or filaments. In addition, some species, such as Cynaobacteria or Myxobacteria, demonstrate intercellular communication, or might even produce specialized cells and structures. However, only euk
1. Select a molecule. List the atoms that that molecule is composed of and describe the type of bond that holds those atoms together. Be sure to explain how this bond works. 2. Often, prokaryotic cells exist as simple unicellular organisms, but in some species, prokaryotic cells can grow together in colonies or filaments. In
What distinguishes a eukaryotic cell from a prokaryotic cell? Why embryos are an excellent source for stem cells? Why do cows have the ability to breakdown cellulose into glucose and humans can not digest cellulose?
We are suppose to explain what type of mutation could cause for color variation in certain colonies of E. coli. We first started off with one normal strand of the E. coli bacteria, and after UV light exposure we need to propose a theory of what typeof mutation could cause a single colony to mutate into 5 possible colors (white
Can microbiology assist human genetics? How the alkaptonuria (black urine disease) mutation was identified? Many of the processes that convert one material to another are common to many organisms. Some were preserved during evolution and they are similar among bacteria, plants, animals and humans.
Bacteria never form any sort of grouping that resembles a multicelled organism with an internal division of labor among its cells. Think about the attributes of prokaryotic bacterial cells and the eukaryotic cells of which all multicellular organisms are comprised. Develop some hypotheses explaining why only eukaryotic cells hav
What phylum are the "Sun Animalicules" in? a. Heliozoa b. Actinopoda c. Acanthocephala d. Amoeba Radiolarians are most kin to the: a. heliozoa b. amebas c. paramecia d. rotifers Which type of diatom can move the best? a. centrates b. pennates c. helical d. rhombus What are food vacuoles used for? a. captu
What is Mycology? A. The study of molds B. The study of algae C. The study of Mutualism D. The study of fungi What are the 5 Kingdoms of living organisms? A. plants, animals, viruses, insects, bacteria B. animals, plants, bacteria, viruses, humans C. plants, animals, fungi, protista, strameopila D. bacteria, animals.
___ rust and smut fungi ___ Agaricus brunnescens ___ Armillaria ostoyae ___ Amanita muscaria ___ Amanita phalloides ___ truffles and morels ___ yeasts ___ Candida albicans ___ Penicillium ___ Aspergillis ___ Neurospora crassa A. "Flavor" Camembert and Roquefort cheeses; produc