Bacterial Structure/Growth/Metabolism

Random Science Quiz

Can you name the Bacterial Structure/Growth/Metabolism?

Quiz not verified by Sporcle

How to Play
Also try: Spot the Animal!
Challenge
Share
Tweet
Embed
xxx
Simultaneous expression of genes involves this.
Phase on bacterial growth curve where the is no or little cell division
Small segments of DNA that can move from one region of DNA to another
Gram negative pathogen that causes Lyme disease. It is a spirochete that contains endoflagella for movement. Gram negative stain but too thin to be seen.
Toxic part of LPS
Viruses that infect bacteria
Type of parasite that can live only on living tissue and not dead tissue
Phase on bacterial growth curve where rate of cell division is equal to the rate of cell death
Recognizes and binds to specific DNA sites during transcription
Keratin-like protein on spores.
Gram negative pathogen that causes meningitis, epiglottitis, otitis media, and pneumoniae.
Multiple flagella at the same spot
Small molecules that bind iron. Gets internalized via receptors by the bacterial cell.
Multiple flagella around the cell
Phage-mediated gene transfer
Single polar flagellum
Complex aggregation of microorganisms marked by the excretion of a protective and adhesive matrix. 65% of nosocomial infections are caused by this.
Gram positive diplococci that causes pneumonia, otitis media, and meningitis.
Gram negative pathogen that causes UTI, Meningitis in neonates, and GI tract infections.
Incorporation of extrachromosomal DNA into the chromosome.
Repressed temperate phage DNA inserted into bacterial chromosome. Its DNA may code for other proteins that make the bacteria more virulent=lysogenic conversion. Examples are diphth
Occurs in the cytosol in the absence of O2 and energy yield is 2ATP/glucose. End products of this process can be used for identification of many bacteria.
Unusual carbohydrate residue on LPS
xxx
Dormant form of a bacterial cell found only in gram positive bacteria. Examples are Bacillus anthacis and Clostridium Tetani.
Also called endotoxin specific to Gram negative bacteria. It is a strong stimulator of the immune response.
Major surface antigen on LPS
May be a poison for bacteria because it generates toxic products such as hydrogen peroxide and superoxide anion.
Transport against the concentration gradient. Carrier protein and energy are required.
Provides protection for DNA in spores.
Peptidoglycan like on spores
Has a waxy cell wall containing mycolic acid. Its lethal oxidation is survival inside of a macrophage. It is sensitive to heat and UV light.
Surface antigens only on Gram positive bacteria that has a role in adherence to host cells or other bacteria.
Grows best when O2 is present, but can grow without O2 as well. E. coli is an example.
Chemical conversion of transported molecule
G+ pathogen that causes Gas Gangrene. It is an obligate anaerobe.
Pathogen that does NOT have a cell wall, will not be seen with a gram stain, and contains sterols.
Set of genes needed for a particular response that are in different operons but under the control of one common regulator protein.
Small circular extra-chromosomal DNA that is nonessential. It replicates separately from the chromosome and often codes for virulence factors, antibiotic resistance, and/or self tr
Where a regulator protein binds in an operon.
Transfer of naked DNA
Gene transfer through the sex pilus
Bind to RNA polymerase core enzyme and recognize promoter.
Type of diffusion where a protein channel or carrier protein is embedded within the cell membrane
Another name for glycocalyx.
Gram positive pathogen that causes skin infections, endocarditis, pneumonia, and food poisoning.
Respiration in which an inorganic molecule other than O2 is the final electron acceptor. Theoretical maximum energy yield is 36ATP/glucose or less.

You're not logged in!

Compare scores with friends on all Sporcle quizzes.
Sign Up with Email
OR
Log In

You Might Also Like...

Show Comments

Extras