Quiz

2. Archaea that function in the presence of air are called

(a) methanogenic archaea

(b) cell wall-less archaea

(c) sulfate reducers

(d) extreme halophiles

3. Archaea that live in an extreme salty environment are called

(a) methanogenic archaea

(b) cell wall-less archaea

(c) sulfate reducers

(d) extreme halophiles

4. Single-celled archaea that produce methane and carbon dioxide (CO2) by fermenting simple organic carbon compounds or oxidizing H2 without oxygen to produce CO2 are called

(a) methanogenic archaea

(b) cell wall-less archaea

(c) sulfate reducers

(d) extreme halophiles

5. Archaea that do not have cell walls are called

(a) methanogenic archaea

(b) cell wall-less Archaea

(c) sulfate reducers

(d) extreme halophiles

6. "Aerobic/microaerophilic" is a designation for bacteria that require small amounts of oxygen to grow.

7. Rod-shaped bacteria with flagella at both ends of the rod, which give the bacteria mobility, are called

(a) Pseudomonas aeruginosa

(b) Legionella pneumophilia

(c) pseudomonads

(d) Legionella micdadei

8. The bacteria that infects lungs and causes a strain of pneumonia commonly called Pittsburgh pneumonia is known as

(a) Pseudomonas aeruginosa

(b) Legionella pneumophilia

(c) pseudomonads

(d) Legionella micdadei

9. A pathogenic bacterium that infects the urinary tract and wounds in humans is called

(a) Pseudomonas aeruginosa

(b) Legionella pneumophilia

(c) pseudomonads

(d) Legionella micdadei

10. This bacterium, discovered in 1976, infected and killed members of the American Legion at their convention in Philadelphia.

(a) Pseudomonas aeruginosa

(b) Legionella pneumophilia

(c) pseudomonads

(d) Legionella micdadei

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