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microbiology quiz questions

Microbiology Quiz Questions

Directions: To advance to the next slide or go back to a previous slide, click on the arrow buttons. To see correct answers to each question(s), click on the picture on that page.

February 25, 2002

question 1
Question 1:
  • What type of bacterial morphology is shown in the picture below?

Streptococcus

question 2
Question 2:
  • What type of bacterial morphology and gram stain reaction is shown in the picture below?

Gram Negative

Diplococcus

question 3
Question 3:
  • What type of genetic exchange is being exhibited by the E. coli in the picture below? What is the red structure connecting the two cells together?

Conjugation;

Sex Pili

question 4
Question 4:
  • What kind of microscope was used to get this image of the mosquito below? If this mosquito passes microorganisms from person to person, what do we call it?

Scanning EM;

A Vector

question 5
Question 5:
  • What Kingdom of organisms is represented by the image below? What are the spherical blue structures? What is the name used for the “study of” these organisms?

Fungi; Spores;

Mycology

question 6
Question 6:
  • What organism is shown in the image below? How does it reproduce?

Yeast (Candida

albicans); by

budding

question 7
Question 7:
  • Most of the culture medias below are in the solid state. What substance must be in these medias?

Agar

question 8
Question 8:
  • What is the name of the technique shown in the image below? What is the purpose of this technique? What kind of culture plate is being used?

Streak-Plating; to

isolate bacterial

colonies; BAP

question 9
Question 9:
  • The microorganism circled in the image below is the causative agent of syphilis. What is the scientific name for this microbe?

Treponema

pallidum

question 10
Question 10:
  • What flagella arrangement is exhibited in the image below?

Lophotrichous

flagella

question 11
Question 11:
  • What 3 types of hemolysis are shown in letters A, B, and C below?

A=Alpha

B=Beta

C=Gamma

question 12
Question 12:
  • The image below is a picture of Clostridium tetani, the causative agent of tetnus. What unique morphological feature is seen in the image?

Terminal

Endospores

question 13
Question 13:
  • What kind of microscope was used to view the microbes in the image below?

Fluorescent

Microscope

question 14
Question 14:
  • Image A below represents a positive API 20 reaction for E. coli. In image B, which patient (1, 2, or 3) tested positive for an E. coli infection?

1

Patient

3

2

A

3

B

question 15
Question 15:
  • What classification group of Helminth is shown in picture A? Picture B shows Helminth eggs. Why do we study them?

A

Nematoda; to properly

identify the worm they

came from.

B

question 16
Question 16:
  • What bacterial morphology is shown in the picture below? What organism that has been in the news lately looks like this under the microscope?

Streptobacillus;

Bacillus anthracis

question 17
Question 17:
  • This is a unicellular microorganism. Is it a bacterium or a protist?

A Protist

(look for

the nucleus)

question 18
Question 18:
  • What organism is shown in the picture below? What is the head of this organism called?

Tapeworm;

Scolex

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