Microbiology Lab Exam #1

34 Questions  I  By Caitlin.mumaw on November 9, 2010
Quiz to study for McNeely's Lab Exam #1:Includes: oil immersionaseptic techniquestreaking for isolationgram stainingacid-fast stainingspecial staining

  

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1.  What is the function of the iris diaphragm?
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2.  What two things should you always do to enhance isolation of bacteria?
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3.  What is normal flora?
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4.  Parfocal lenses allow for us to be able to go between objectives with little adjustment of ___.
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5.  How do you get total magnification (equation)
6.  What is the real name for the blue-rimmed objective?
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7.  What is the total magnification for high-dry?
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8.  What is the purpose of oil immersion?
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9.  What group of organisms are considered acid-fast?
10.  Four places normal flora exists
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11.  Purpose of inverting plates during incubation?
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12.  What color is serratia at room temperature?
13.  Four microscopic morphologies of bacteria?
14.  What is the real name for the yellow-rimmed objective?
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15.  What are five characteristics of bacterial colonial morphologies?
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16.  What are the three optical parts of a microscope?
17.  What are the functions of the abbe condenser?
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18.  Why is sheep's blood used as media?
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19.  What is the total magnification for oil immersion?
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20.  Why should a petri dish not be left open for an extended period of time?
21.  What are two possible errors which could have occurred if you find your subcultures had no growth after incubation for 48 hours?
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22.  What does streaking for isolation mean?
23.  What is the total magnification for low-dry?
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24.  What and where is agar from?
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25.  What total magnification does the scanning objective have?
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26.  What are things to do while using a bunsen burner?
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27.  What is the appropriate order of clean up?1. clean stage with used alcohol swab2. clean ocular lenses with alcohol swab and take lense paper to clean/wipe of oculars, polish3. clean yellow, blue, white objectives
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28.  What are ways to tell if media is sterile?
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29.  What is the real name of the white-rimmed objective?
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30.  Why are culture tubes held at an angle?
31.  Red colored objective is called what?
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32.  What does a positive acid-fast stain look like?
33.  What two parts of the microscope are used to carry or support the microscope?
34.  What is media?
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