Microbiology Quiz 2 - Chapter 4

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Microbiology Quiz 2 - Chapter 4

  
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1.  The two functions of bacterial appendages are
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2.  The basal body of a flagellum is anchored into the
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3.  The term that refers to flagella at both poles is
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4.  Chemo taxis refers to the ability to
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5.  The transfer of genes during bacterial conjugation involves rigid, tubular appendages called
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6.  A bacterial genus that has waxy mycolic acid in the cell walls is
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7.  The enzyme _____, that is found in tears and saliva, can hydrolyze the bonds in the glycan chains of certain bacterial cell walls.
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9.  The fragile cell produced when gram positive bacteria are exposed to lysozyme or penicillin is a/an
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10.  All of the following structures contribute to the ability of pathogenic bacteria to cause disease except the
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11.  Which of the following does not pertain to endotoxins?
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12.  Lipopolysaccharide is an important cell wall component of
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13.  The site/s for most ATP synthesis in prokaryotic cells is/are the
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