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MICROBIOLOGY OBJECTIVES FOR NEW UNIT 2 revised 1 07 Chapter 5 Eukaryotic microorganisms Helminths and Arthropod vectors Chapter 7 and 8 1 At the completion of chapter 7 the student will a Be able to define the following terms nutrition autotroph producer photosynthesis heterotroph consumer mesophile thermophile psychrophile halophile growth factor vitamin exoenzyme endoenzyme Aerobic Anaerobic Facultative anaerobe SOD Catalase b List the 6 essential chemical elements for microbial growth and an example of the type of compounds those elements are found in c Understand the bacterial growth cure and its four parts being able to label the parts of the curve and describe the significance of each d Be able to discuss the non nutritive environments affecting microbial growth ph temperature osmotic strength or pressure hydrostatic pressure e Be able to describe the gas requirements of microbes This should also include the manner in which microbes utilize oxygen aerobes microaerophile facultative anaerobes and anaerobes f Know at least 3 methods for measuring bacterial growth direct plate count turbidity measurement with spectrophotometer direct cell count g Be able to illustrate differing osmotic environments isotonic hypotonic hypertonic h Know the differences in types of membrane transport active passive facilitated endocytosis exocytosis 2 At the completion of chapter 8 including the lecture and handouts the student will a Be able to define the following and explain Cyclic metabolic pathway Linear metabolic pathway Exoenzyme Endoenzyme Coenzyme TCA cycle anabolism catabolism glycolysis fermentation electron transport chain oxidation reduction chemiosmosis pentose phosphate pathway b Explain in your own words the role of ATP in metabolism c Describe the manner in which enzymes work as well as explain the necessity of enzymes for cellular metabolism d Describe the three steps of aerobic metabolism using glucose catabolism as an example and giving the net energy obtained from each step e Be able to compare aerobic and anaerobic metabolism particularly the final electron acceptor and amount of ATP f Describe fermentation contrasting the energy gains with that of aerobic metabolism g The student will be able to list 3 practical applications of biotechnology in the medical field citing specific products of genetic engineering that affect our everyday life also refer to ch 9 and 10 OBJECTIVES FOR MICROBIAL GENETICS CHAPTERS 9 AND 10 I At the completion of these chapters the student will be ale to define or identify the following 1 Gene 2 Genotype 3 Phenotype 4 Mutagen 5 Plasmid 6 mRNA 7 rRNA 8 tRNA 9 Codon 10 Anticodon 11 Recombination 12 Gene cloning 13 DNA polymerase 14 PCR polymerase chain reaction pg 293 15 Biotechnology 16 Transposable elements 17 Mutation II The students will be able to 1 Describe the structure of DNA and RNA giving the subunits of each 2 Understand and be able to illustrate how DNA replicates 3 Understand and illustrate how genes are



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