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Exercise 1- Microscopes;You should read your Lab Manual and review the Microscopy animation and Light Microscopy animation that is included in this Unit. You should respond to each of the following questions. Each answer should not exceed 100 words in length.;1. Explain why Microscopes are important in Microbiology including at least two examples.;2. Summarize the major contributions of Anton van Leeuwenhoek to microscopy.;3. When considering a light microscope, as in the Light Microscopy animation, from the light source indicate the path of the light by discussing the part of the microscope the light travels through and the major function of the parts.;Exercise 2- Aseptic Transfer Techniques;You should read your Lab Manual and review the Aseptic Transfer Techniques PowerPoint that is included in this Unit. You should respond to each of the following questions. Each answer should not exceed 100 words in length;4. Discuss three instances in which a Microbiologist must utilize a pure culture.;5. Describe four of the instruments Microbiologists most often use to transfer Microorganisms.;6. Explain a few of the general rules for sterile technique.;Exercise 3- Preparing Smears and Stains;You should read your Lab Manual and review the Staining animation that is included in this Unit. You should respond to each of the following questions. Each answer should not exceed 100 words in length.;7. List the three main categories of stains used by Microbiologist that were presented in the animation. Explain the uses of these stains and list two examples of stains in each category.;8. Describe how to properly prepare a simple stain, including smear and heat fixation.;9. Name three diseases caused by acid fast organisms and list clinical specimens that may contain pathogenic acid fast Bacteria.;Exercise 4- Binary Fission;You should review the Bacterial Growth, Bacterial Growth Curve, and Binary Fission animations that are included in this Unit. You should respond to each of the following questions. Each answer should not exceed 100 words in length.;10. Discuss what you learned from the animations and how the information relates to life experiences.;Attachment Preview;Unit1LabMicrobiology.doc Download Attachment;Microbiology Lab;Unit 1 Lab;Directions: Complete the following Lab Exercises in the Word document. Keep in mind;you must use quotation marks if you include sentences that are word for word from the lab;manual, textbook, or animations. You should use in text citations when quoting and when;paraphrasing (rewording). Also, always include the reference in APA format with;corresponding page numbers when quoting and when paraphrasing. Be sure to review the;Plagiarism page in the course so that you can be certain you avoid Plagiarism.;You should save your document and include the following information in the file name;your name, course info, assignment. Also, please save your document in.doc format.;Example: JFarrowMicrobioUnit1Lab.doc;You should submit your Unit 1 Lab by using the Unit 1 Lab Dropbox in the course by the;due date indicated in the Course Outline. Be sure to review the Assignment Grading;Rubric found on the Assignments Expectations page in the Begin Course Here folder.;Below you will find the Exercises for Unit 1, which are Exercises 1-4. Each Exercise has;directions and questions to answer.;Exercise 1- Microscopes;You should read your Lab Manual and review the Microscopy animation and Light;Microscopy animation that is included in this Unit. You should respond to each of the;following questions. Each answer should not exceed 100 words in length.;1. Explain why Microscopes are important in Microbiology including at least two examples.;2. Summarize the major contributions of Anton van Leeuwenhoek to microscopy.;3. When considering a light microscope, as in the Light Microscopy animation, from the light;source indicate the path of the light by discussing the part of the microscope the light travels;through and the major function of the parts.;Exercise 2- Aseptic Transfer Techniques;You should read your Lab Manual and review the Aseptic Transfer Techniques;PowerPoint that is included in this Unit. You should respond to each of the following;questions. Each answer should not exceed 100 words in length;4. Discuss three instances in which a Microbiologist must utilize a pure culture.;5. Describe four of the instruments Microbiologists most often use to transfer Microorganisms.;6. Explain a few of the general rules for sterile technique.;Exercise 3- Preparing Smears and Stains;You should read your Lab Manual and review the Staining animation that is included in;this Unit. You should respond to each of the following questions. Each answer should not;exceed 100 words in length.;7. List the three main categories of stains used by Microbiologist that were presented in the;animation. Explain the uses of these stains and list two examples of stains in each category.;8. Describe how to properly prepare a simple stain, including smear and heat fixation.;9. Name three diseases caused by acid fast organisms and list clinical specimens that may;contain pathogenic acid fast Bacteria.;Exercise 4- Binary Fission;You should review the Bacterial Growth, Bacterial Growth Curve, and Binary Fission;animations that are included in this Unit. You should respond to each of the following;questions. Each answer should not exceed 100 words in length.;10. Discuss what you learned from the animations and how the information relates to life;experiences.

 

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