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what did hook do
first observation of cells
van leeuwenhoek
first observation of live microorganisms
jenner
first vaccine/ amimal transmission of disease
lister
aseptic surgery
koch
germ theory of disease
kock
germ theory of disease/pure culture/kock postulates
Gram
gram stain
rous
viral cause of cancer
flemming
penicillin
griffith
transformation
avery Mcleod Mccarty
DNA is the transforming principle.
Baltimore and Temin
reverse transcriptase
mCclintock
transposons
kestler and desrosiers
koch's postulates for aids viruses
pruisner
prions.
mycology is the study of what?
fungi
phycology is the study of
algae
protozoology is the study of
protists
bacteriology is the study of
bacteria
parasitolgy is the study of
parasites
yersinia pestis
black plague
order of a gram stain
crystal, iodine, alcohol, safranin
a collection of cells that originated from one single bacterium that became 2 then 4 then so on ..
bacterial colony
whatis the job of the flagella?
used to move the bacteria from one location to another
fimbrae
attachment
pillus
attachment and sex
the attraction or repulsion to a chemical
chemotaxis
involves movement from one location to another not just shaking
true motility
cell envelope is made up of
glycocalyx, cell wall, membrane
what is the glycocalyx for
protection and adhering
membrane is for what?
border patrol what stays and what goes.
cell wall
determines the shape.
ribosomes are constructed from what?
rna and protein.
atomic number is
number of protons
atomic mass is
number of protons and neutrons
covalent bond is
sharing electrons
ionic bonds
transfer
hydrogen
weak interaction
in the news.. whooping cough booster for adults WHy
not exposed alll the time to disease to get natural booster.
strepto means
chain
staphlo
grape like
diplo
2 together
tetrad
4 grouping
mono goes
forward
amphi goes
back
lopho goes
fast forward
crosslinking does what.
strengthing wall
uses dyes to clearly contrast two cell types
differential stain.
spongiform encephalitis is caused by this infectious protein
prions
molecules that can either attract or repel water are called
amphipathic
the rigidity of a cell wall is due to the chemical
peptidoglycan