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Kindly note that you will be presented with 50 questions randomized from the NOUN question bank. Make sure to take the quiz multiple times so you can get familiar with the questions and answers, as new questions are randomized in each attempt.

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1. The study of fungi is known as_______

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2. DNA stands for_________

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3. _________ showed that mutations were pontaneous and not directed by the environment.

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4. Malaria is caused by four species of the Protozoa called _______

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5.

_________ is the study of the classification of microorganisms or the grouping of
microorganisms.

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6. Viruses are not placed in any of the domains

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7.

__________ is used as a pharmaceutical to supply calcium to the body by several fungi
including Penicillium and Aspergillus species.

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8.

_________ used simple microscopes to observe microscopic organisms which he called
„animalcules‟

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9. Tuberculosis caused by a bacterium called________

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10.

The __________ produces an image from electron released from atoms on an object‟s
surface.

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11.

__________ deals with the methods of preventing microbial spoilage of food and the
transmission of food-borne diseases such as Botulism and Salmonellosis.

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12. Capsules are known to confer resistance to _________

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13.

Who established the relationship between Bacillus anthracis and the disease it causes
anthrax?

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14. _________ coined the term “cells” to describe the “little boxes”

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15. Koch discovered causative organisms of anthrax _________

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16. There are _________ branches of Microbiology

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17.

Examinations of a microbial cell require the use of a high power microscope usually of about
_________ diameters.

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18. Pasteur‟s work ushered in the _________of Microbiology.

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The first microscopes were _________ that magnified images of previously unseen
microorganisms.

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20.

__________ is the process by which the internal and external structures of cells and
microorganisms are preserved and fixed in position

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21. _________ is also known as germ warfare.

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22. ____ was the first to directly prove the role of microorganisms in causing diseases

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23. The ____ is the fundamental unit of life

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___________ deals with the identification and the control of the spread of communicable
diseases.

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___________ is a process in which a bacterial cell divides to give two daughter cells after
developing a transverse septum (cross wall).

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26.

________ are round, oval or spherical in diameter characteristic arrangement when
multiplying is based on arrangement of cells

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27. __________ deals with microbial processes in lakes, rivers, and the oceans.

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28. _________ is the study of microbial processes in the soil to promote plant growth.

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29. ________ made sketches of the different shapes of bacteria.

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30.

____________ is known as the father of bacteriology and the first person to publish extensive
and accurate observations of microorganisms

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31. __________ comprise the molds, mushrooms and yeasts.

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32. __________ discovered that alcoholic fermentation was catalyzed by Living Yeast Cells.

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33. Obligately anaerobic fungi are found in the _________of cattle.

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34.

_______ postulated the Germ Theory of Disease which states that microorganisms are the
cause of infectious diseases.

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35. The mycelium is a complex of several filaments called ___

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36. Louis Pasteur was a Professor of_________

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Microscopes provide __________ which enables us to see microorganisms and study their
structures.

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38.

__________ provide magnification which enables us to see microorganisms and study their
structures.

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39. The most widely used differential staining is_____

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40. The study of protozoa is called_____

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41. _________use a beam of electrons to illuminate and create magnified images of specimens.

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42. _____ are organisms too small to be seen clearly by the unaided eyes

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43. __________ derive carbon from inorganic sources such as carbon dioxide.

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44. ________ states that microorganisms are the cause of infectious diseases.

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45. Flagella, either single or clusters at both cell poles or single bipolar flagella_______

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46. Two fundamental different types of cells exist among microorganisms: _________

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47. The main branches of Microbiology are _________ and Applied

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48. AIDS means____

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49. Organisms having more than one cell are said to be ____

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50. Obligately anaerobic _________ are found in the rumen of cattle

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