1) If you lived in a tropical region of India without refrigeration, which spice would you use most often in your cooking and WHY? 2) Which spice (Black Pepper Agar, Chili Powder Agar, Cloves Agar) would be least effective in controlling microbial growth of Saccharomyces cerevisiae? WHY? 3) Why would spices have anti-mic
Some species of bacteria that live at the surface of sediment on the bottom of lakes are facultative anaerobes; that is, they are capable of either aerobic or anaerobic respiration. How will their metabolism change during the summer when the deep water becomes anoxic (deoxygenated)? If the bacteria continue to grow at the same
1. What the last definition of pasteurization according to FDA (2005). 2. List 20 antimicrobials used in food manufacturing and specify the maximum allowance of each one in food. 3. What are bacteriocins, list 5 of them and provide examples of applications in foods. 4. List 5 natural antimicrobia
Subject: There is a strain of E. coli that is unable to make its own amino acid alanine. I am answering practice questions at the end of the chapter to get ready for a test. This is a senario given that if I allow this bacterial strain to grow in medium containing alanine and then plate 10 to the 6th power cells on a petri
A number of multiple choice Microbio questions. Examples: #1 Compare and contrast carbohydrate catabolism and energy production in the following bacteria: a. Pseudomonas, an aerobic chemoheterotroph b. Spirulina, an oxygenic photoautotroph c. Ectothiorhodospira, an anoxygenic photoautotroph #2 The bacterial enzyme str
40-year-old man admitted into Hospital. He has a splitting headache, his legs were unsteady, and his vision was blurred. During the examination, it was obvious that something was wrong wit his throat. The throat was not sore, but it felt stiff and tight, and it was almost impossible for him to speak. Over the next 7 days, 28
1) What are three reasons one might a situation in which bacterial colonies are found on the first section of a streak plate, but not on sections two and three? 2) How would one determine which colonies might be contaminants on a streak plate?
You have a bacterial culture with a concentration of 3.4 x 10^9 cells/ml. If you dilute the culture 10^-8, what would be the final concentration? If you then plate 1 ml of the culture, how many colonies would you expect?
What kind of vaccine (live, dead, whole, viral protein, etc) would be the best for a virus that causes a mild disease in individuals with a heavy cytolytic response and severe to individuals who produced a primarily antibody response? Ideas are generated.
Identify 10 bacterial morphologies. Refer to the attachment below for the diagrams.