MicroBiology


1. In prokaryote, karyo means.
A. Cell.
B. Cytoplasm.
C. Membrane
D. Nucleus
ANSWER: D


2. ______ can not be seen using light microscope.
A. bacteria
B. fungi
C. algae
D. viruses
ANSWER: D


3. The study of the frequency and distribution of disease is known as _______.
A. epidemiology
B. etiology
C. population genetics
D. phytopathology
ANSWER: A


4. The study of microscopic organisms are called ________.
A. Endomology
B. Zoology
C. Enzymology
D. Microbiology
ANSWER: D


5. Anaerobic microorganisms were first discovered by _________.
A. Robert Koch
B. John Needham
C. Louis Pasteur
D. Ferdinand Cohn
ANSWER: C


6. Single celled and multicellular microscopic organisms with true nuclei and which absorb
nutrients from their environment are __________.
A. fungi
B. viruses
C. algae
D. bacteria
ANSWER: A


7. Microorganism was first observed by _______.
A. Leeuwenhoek
B. Koch
C. Pasteur
D. Lister
ANSWER: A


8. Living organisms arising from nonliving
substances can be called ________.
A. spontaneous generation
B. germ theory and cell theory
C. univocal generation
D. abiogenesis
ANSWER: A


9. An Italian physician who demonstrated that maggots arise from fly eggs and not rotten meats was
_______.
A. Louis Pastuer
B. Robert Koch
C. Redi
D. Edward Jenner
ANSWER: C


10. Cell theory was proposed by __________.
A. Schleiden and Schwann
B. Robert Hooke
C. Schleiden and Robert
D. Charles Darwin
ANSWER: B


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