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Question 1 1. _____ can disrupt the cell walls of microbes, causing lysis, or the bursting of those cell walls.
Question 2 2. A series of sequential dilutions that reduce a dense culture of cells into a more usable concentration is call a _____.
Question 3 3. _____ are used in laboratories to sterilize glassware, media, and even waste.
Question 4 4. _____ contracted by inhaling spores are not actually contagious from person to person or animal to person.
Question 5 5. A genus of flatworm found in blood vessels, often referred to as a blood-fluke, is called _____.
Question 6 6. Bacterial cells with a _____ shape are spherical.
Question 7 7. _____ is used to separate biological molecules with a current of electricity.
Question 8 8. _____ is one of the most common intestinal parasites. It exists as a cyst, or a dormant hard capsule, when outside of the body.
Question 9 9. _____ is the study of both causes and effects of diseases on the body.
Question 10 10. Microorganisms that can only reproduce by using a host cell are called _____.
Question 11 11. When you work with chemicals in your lab, you will be regulated by _____.
Question 12 12. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of yeasts?
Question 13 13. A genus of bacteria that causes diseases in humans is called _____.
Question 14 14. What is the difference between an antibody and an antigen?
Question 15 15. What is supplied by the immune system to form complexes in the agglutination process?
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