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Golden Age of Microbiology

Golden Age of Microbiology: Use the given active learning template (ALT) to connect Scientists with their discoveries in 1-2 sentences. (Slide 1; 2.5 points)

Carolus Linnaeus

Antoni van Leeuwenhoek

Alexander Fleming

Joseph Lister

Ignaz Semmelweis

Robert Koch: (Slide 2; 3 points)

Summary of Key Work:

Organisms Studied:

Other Findings:

Postulates:

Louis Pasteur: S-shaped Flask experiment (Slide 3; 2 points)

Hypothesis:

Experimental Design:

Results:

Conclusion:

Note for students: Macromolecules is a review from prior courses. This topic may or may not be covered in-class or online. You may use your textbook or books from prior courses for this ALT. (Slide 4; 2.5 points)

Complete the following table by describing the terms in1-2 sentences with their function and examples

Carbohydrates Functions and Examples
Monosaccharides
Disaccharides
Polysaccharides
Lipids Functions and Examples
Triglycerides
Phospholipids
Level of protein structure Structural organization
Primary
Secondary
Tertiary
Quaternary
Complete the following Table by adding information on bonds that participate in creating certain level of protein structure and if biological activity is present in that level of structure (Slide 5; 2 points)

Give an example of a disease that occurs due to errors in protein folding: ___________________________________

Type of NA Composition of the nucleotide Location, Function and types Structure and sugars
DNA
RNA
The two types of Nucleic acids ________________ and ______________

Role of ATP _________________________________________________________

Complete the following table about the composition, structure and functions of Nucleic acids (NA).

(Slide 6; 3 points)

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