BIOL 191-01HY Exam 1 Schedule Week 1 Jan. 15 Read the ...

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BIOL 191
-
01HY
Exam 1
Schedule

Week 1


Jan.

15


Read the following before the Jan. 22 class session
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Online BIOL 191 webpage information



Study Skills HO



Text
Chap. 1 The Microbial World and You



Notes HO (Discoveries in Microbiology)

B
ring the
following
completed assignments to the Jan. 22 class session
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Study Skills HO Post Test Scantron



Active Reading Assignment

Week 2 Jan 22

Read the following before the Jan 29 class session



Chap. 2 Chemical Principles

Study Guide
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Chap. 1 The Microbial World and You:

Students should…



Be able to label and explain the figures on the ppt



Know the different groups of microbes, how they are distinguished from one another,
their major characteristics, and the name of the discipline in which they are studied



Be able to expl
ain the major experiments, discoveries, and theories involving
microorganisms that have led to our present understanding (Van Leeuwenhoek, Redi,
Pasteur, Koch, Lister, Erlich, Fleming, and others in the handout

concerning Discoveries)



Know that most bacter
ia do not cause disease and examples of how most are very
important to our lives (recycling vital elements, bioremediation, insect control, sewage
treatment, Biotechnology)



Understand the importance of the normal microbiota

(protection from other harmful
m
icrobes, production of vitamin K and some Bs)
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but they can cause disease under
certain circumstances)



Be able to explain
why

s
ome diseases are emerging or reemerging

and recognize
examples from the text



Be able to answer questions concerning the Clinical
Case in Chap. 1

Study Guide
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Chap. 2
Chemical Principles: Students
should…



Be able: to label and explain the figures on the ppt



Know basic atomic structure: characteristics of subatomic particles, atomic #, atomic
weight, elements, isotopes



Know the most
common elements in living organisms and their symbols



Be able to interpret chemical formulas



Understand ionic, covalent, and
hydrogen

chemical bonds
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why they form, how they
form, symbols, strengths,
representative elements that form those bonds



Describe I
nterpret and label common chemical reactions
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Synthesis (anabolic,
dehydration synthesis), Decomposition (catabolic, hydrolysis), Exchange



Know the difference between an acid, a base, and a salt



Know the names of the classes of organic molecules, their com
mon characteristics and
building blocks
, basic functions of each, and common examples in each class



Know the importance of structure to function
, specifically
the
levels of
protein
structure



Know what organic molecules are found in peptidoglycan, what orga
nism has
peptidoglycan, what structure in the cells of this organism it is found in, and it’s
importance

Week 3 Jan. 29

Read the following before the February 5 class session



Chap. 14 Principles of Disease and Epidemiology

Study Guide
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Chap. 14 Principles
of Disease and Epidemiology: Students should…



Be able: to label and explain the figures on the FIRST ppt that are figures from this
chapter



Be able to define the terms in bold in the chapter



Know how opportunistic infections can occur



Know the three factor
s necessary for a nosocomial
or HAI (health care associated)
infection to occur



Know control measures for nosocomial infections

Week 4 Feb. 5

Exam Review

Students should read Chap. 4 Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells before the Feb.
12
class session.