Microbiology Notes Test 1

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  • UniversityUniversity of North Georgia
  • AreaNursing
  • CourseMicrobiology
  • Course CodeBIOL 2500
  • ProfessorPaul Johnson
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  • Authorannamarie
  • Created2018
  • Pages37
  • Approved23 February 2018

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I learn best is by writing. I always write down things to figure them out. Then I can go back and reread it to lock it in my memory. Also, the exams in this course are short answer and essay questions so I need to know how to write down the ideas not just answer a multiple choice question and my notes help me do that. My notes are organized and accurate and were taken during class. Then after class, I update and organize them. I also went through and highlighted the most important stuff before the test so I could go through the pages for a quick review. There are illustrations throughout that help clarify ideas or processes. They tremendously helped me understand the material. I like to draw pictures because then I will remember the picture and I can use that to put pieces together on the exam and remember the material. The layout of these notes makes them very easy to read because they are not just a long paper of notes there are headings and side notes and arrows for clarification so when I am going through them I am learning. The topics that are covered in these 40 pages are
1-2: the history of microbiology, the 5 I’s of microbiology, staining, bacterial organization
3: macromolecules, prokaryotic cell structure, gram-positive and gram-negative cells
4: history of eukaryotes, fungi & diseases, algae & diseases, protozoa & diseases
5: viruses and their structure, viral replication process, persistent infections, cancer, bacteriophage, identification and cultivation of viruses
6: microbial nutrition, nutritional categories, associations, prions, CJD, viroids, satellite viruses, viral and prion treatment, environmental factors for microorganisms, diffusion, and osmosis

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