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By Favored1 | Last updated: Jul 2, 2021
| Total Attempts: 1465
How long has it been since you began studying microbiology? The quiz below is perfect for ensuring that you have a proper understanding of the topics that you have covered so far. Take it up and get to see just how much you understood them before you begin on the other chapters. All the best and come back for quizzes on the other chapters.
Questions and Answers
The atomic number of an element is the same as the number of blank found in one atom of the element
The smallest chemical unit of matter is the
Two or more atoms of different elements can chemically combine to form a
Which of the following subatomic particles is not found in the nucleus of an atom
All are found in the nucleus
When an atom loses an electron it becomes
Ions with opposite charges are generally held together by
When pairs of electrons are shared between two atoms the result is a blank bond
Reactions in which food is degraded and energy is released are best termed
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Which of the following is NOT true about bacterial endospores?
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Which of the following is NOT true of microorganisms?
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All of the following organisms cause Nosocomial infections except: