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MICRO-1420 ADAMS UNIT 1 REVIEW

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47 questions
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  • Q1
    Who is regarded as the founding father of microbiology?
    Leeuwenhoek
    Tyndall
    Redi
    Pasteur
    30s
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  • Q2
    Of the following options, which most accurately reflects necessary characteristics for life?
    Order, evolution, nucleated, made of cells
    Reproduction, adaptation, made of cells, order
    All options reflect necessary characteristics
    Metabolism, order, motility, adaptation
    45s
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  • Q3
    Which domain contains single-celled organisms?
    Archea
    Eukarya
    All options are correct
    Bacteria
    20s
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  • Q4
    Order to following from SMALLEST to LARGEST: Single protein, amoeba, fruit fly, H2O molecule, electron, mitochondria
    Electron, H2O molecule, mitochondria, single protein, amoeba, fruit fly
    Electron, H2O molecule, single protein, mitochondria, amoeba, fruit fly
    Electron, H2O molecule, single protein, amoeba, mitochondria, fruit fly
    Electron, single protein, H2O molecule, mitochondria, single protein, amoeba, fruit fly
    120s
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  • Q5
    Who disproved spontaneous generation with a jar and gauze?
    Redi
    Pasteur
    Tyndall
    Leeuwenhoek
    20s
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  • Q6
    Viroids are potentially more infectious to humans than prions.
    True
    False
    20s
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  • Q7
    What makes a substance organic?
    Presence of carbon and hydrogen
    Presence of hydrogen
    Presence of carbon
    30s
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  • Q8
    A solution with a pH of 13 is how many times more alkaline than a solution with a pH of 7?
    x 1,000,000 [OH-]
    x 1000 [OH]
    x 600 [OH]
    x 60 [OH]
    60s
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  • Q9
    Element X has 15 electrons; how many bonds can it form?
    1 bond
    4 bonds
    2 bonds
    3 bonds
    45s
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  • Q10
    Identify A, B, C
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    A: Amino, B: Carboxyl, C: R side chain
    A: Carboxyl, B: R side chain, C: Amino
    A: Amino, B: R side chain, C: Carboxyl
    A: R side chain, B: Amino, C: Carboxyl
    45s
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  • Q11
    What is the function of the R side chain in amino acids?
    Gives unique characteristics to an amino acid
    Provides the amino component of an amino acid
    Provides the acid component of an amino acid
    Nothing
    30s
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  • Q12
    What functional group is associated with carbohydrates?
    Carbonyl (-C=O)
    Hydroxyl (-OH)
    Carboxyl (-C=OOH)
    Amino (-NH2)
    30s
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  • Q13
    Order the following bonds from STRONGEST to WEAKEST: polar covalent, ionic, hydrogen, nonpolar covalent
    Polar covalent, nonpolar covalent, ionic, hydrogen
    Nonpolar covalent, ionic, polar covalent, hydrogen
    Nonpolar covalent, polar covalent, ionic, hydrogen
    Ionic, nonpolar covalent, polar covalent, hydrogen
    30s
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  • Q14
    Give a complementary​ strand of DNA for the following: TTA GCC CTA GAA TGC GTT
    AAU CGG GAU CUU ACG CAA
    AAT CGG GAT CTT ACG CAA
    AAT CGG GAT GTT ACG CAA
    AAU CGG GAT CTT UCG CAA
    60s
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  • Q15
    What type of bonds occurs within a water molecule?
    Nonpolar covalent
    Polar covalent
    Ionic
    Hydrogen
    30s
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  • Q16
    What type of bonds occurs between water molecules?
    Ionic
    Hydrogen
    Polar covalent
    Nonpolar covalent
    30s
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  • Q17
    Gram-positive organisms stain purple.
    False
    True
    10s
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  • Q18
    Which of the following is involved in structure but not movement?
    Actin filaments
    Intermediate fibers
    Microtubules
    10s
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  • Q19
    Which organelle contains genetic material?
    More than one answer is correct
    Mitochondria
    Smooth ER
    Nucleus
    30s
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  • Q20
    Gram-positive organisms have more teichoic acid than Gram-negative cells.
    It depends
    True
    False
    20s
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