TEST BANK FOR MICROBIOLOGY AN EVOLVING SCIENCE, 4TH EDITION, JOHN W. FOSTER, JOAN L. SLONCZEWSKI, ISBN-10: 0393614034, ISBN-13: 9780393614039

CHAPTER 2: Observing the Microbial Cell MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. Chlamydia trachomatis transmits infection to a new cell via a. a membrane vesicle. d. host membranes. b. elementary bodies. e. the human cell. c. amoeba. ANS: B DIF: Easy REF: 2.Intro OBJ: 2.1d Identify the type(s) of microscopy needed to view a particular specimen MSC: Remembering 2. The part of the human eye that is MOST involved in resolving an image is the a. iris. d. retina. b. lens. e. cornea. c. optic nerve. ANS: D DIF: Easy REF: 2.1 OBJ: 2.1a Explain how the structure of the human eye dictates the resolution of objects MSC: Remembering 3. A ball-shaped microbe is referred to as a a. bacillus. d. strepto. b. coccus. e. spirochete. c. vibrio. ANS: B DIF: Easy REF: 2.1 OBJ: 2.1c Describe and identify bacterial morphologies (e.g., bacilli, cocci, and spirochetes) MSC: Remembering 4. Resolution is the smallest distance by which two objects can be and still be . a. magnified; seen d. distinguished; separated b. separated; distinguished e. magnified; distinguished c. magnified; separated ANS: B DIF: Medium REF: 2.1 OBJ: 2.1b Differentiate between resolution and detection MSC: Remembering 5. 400 nm is equivalent to a. 4.0  10−5 m. d. 4.0  10−8 m. b. 4.0  10−6 m. e. 4.0  10−9 m. c. 4.0  10−7 m. ANS: C DIF: Medium REF: 2.1 OBJ: 2.1a Explain how the structure of the human eye dictates the resolution of objects MSC: Applying 6. Which of these series arranges microbes from smallest to largest? a. virus → bacterium → red blood cell → paramecium b. virus → red blood cell → bacterium → paramecium c. bacterium → virus → paramecium → red blood cell d. bacterium → virus → red blood cell → paramecium e. paramecium → red blood cell → bacterium → virus

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  • School / University Harvard University
  • Course Nursing
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  • Year 2022
  • Keywords TEST BANK FOR MICROBIOLOGY AN EVOLVING SCIENCE, 4TH EDITION, JOHN W. FOSTER, JOAN L. SLONCZEWSKI, ISBN-10: 0393614034, ISBN-13: 9780393614039, MICROBIOLOGY, MICROBIOLOGY TEST BANK
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