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Division of Microbiology Quiz


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Relationship between microorganisms and their environment.

A. Microbial ecology

B. Evolutionary microbiology

C. Nano microbiology


Study of those microscopic organisms on nano level.

A. Nano technology

B. Nano microbiology

C. Nano agent


It refers to the phases of growth of the bacterial population.

A. Growth curve

B. Growth curvature

C. Growth expansion


Study of microbial diversity and genetic relationships.

A. Generation microbiology

B. Microbial taxonomy

C. Microbial systematics


Study of how genes are structured and regulated in microbes in relation to their cellular functions closely related to the field of molecular biology.

A. Microbial ecology

B. Microbial taxonomy

C. Microbial genetics


Study of nematodes (roundworms).

A. Nematology

B. Parasitology

C. Zoology


Study of the interactions between microorganisms and plants and plant pathogens.

A. Agriculture

B. Soil microbiology

C. Plant microbiology and Plant pathology


Study of microorganisms in outer space.

A. Predictive microbiology

B. Astro microbiology

C. Medical microbiology


Study of algae.

A. Virology

B. Zoology

C. Phycology


Study of how the biochemistry of a microbial cell works. Includes the study of microbial growth, microbial metabolism, and microbial cell structure.

A. Systems microbiology

B. Phylogeny

C. Microbial physiology


Study of bacteria is called Bacteriology.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


Study of microorganisms that involved in the manufacturing of antibiotics, enzymes, vitamins, vaccines, and other pharmaceutical goods that cause pharmaceutical contamination and spoil.

A. Industrial microbiology

B. Pharmaceutical microbiology

C. Food microbiology


This includes the following

-Microbial ecology
-Microbially mediated nutrient cycling
-Geomicrobiology
-Microbial diversity
-Bioremediation.
-Water microbiology
-Aeromicrobiology (or air microbiology).
-Biotechnology.

A. Mycology environment microbiology

B. Universal Microbiology

C. Environmental microbiology


Organisms themselves are not examined in applied microbiology; rather, they are applied to a specific process.

A. Pure microbiology

B. Science microbiology

C. Applied microbiology


Study of microorganisms’ microscopic and submicroscopic features.

A. Microbial cytology

B. Microbial physiology

C. Microbial pathogenesis


Study of the genetic relationships between different organisms.

A. Nano microbiology

B. Predictive microbiology

C. Phylogeny


An organism that can be seen only through a microscope.

A. Microbiology

B. Microorganisms

C. Parasites


Quantification of relations between controlling factors in foods and responses of pathogenic and spoilage microorganisms using mathematical modelling.

A. Predictive microbiology

B. Medical microbiology

C. Nano microbiology


Protozoology is the study of protozoa.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


Study of microorganisms causing food spoilage and foodborne illness.

A. Veterinary microbiology

B. Environmental microbiology

C. Food microbiology


Reveals how pathogenic microorganism interacts with host cells in what is turning out to be a complex evolutionary battle of competing gene products.

A. Evolutionary microbiology

B. Cellular microbiology

C. Predictive microbiology


Science of naming and classifying microbes.

A. Microbial ecology

B. Microbial pathogenesis

C. Microbial taxonomy


Study of those microorganisms which are being used in weapon industries.

A. Evolutionary microbiology

B. Biological agent

C. Predictive microbiology


Organisms are thoroughly investigated.

A. Taxonomy microbiology

B. Applied microbiology

C. Pure microbiology


Study of microbial evolution.

A. Evolutionary microbiology

B. Evolution microbiology.

C. Voluntary Microbiology




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