From chapter 8, figure 8.24. Correlate the stages in this figure with corresponding steps in wine making, starting with grapes. Where do champagne bubbles come from? What causes wine to go sour?
Answer to relevant QuestionsWhat do you suppose the world would be like if there were cures for all infectious diseases and a means to destroy all microbes? What characteristics of microbes would prevent this from happening? What is the ultimate way that microbes will, as Pasteur said, have the “last word”? Looking at figure 2.25, can you see why adenine forms hydrogen bonds with thymine and why cytosine forms them with guanine? Could the Gram stain be used to diagnose the flu? Why or why not? Under the microscope, you see a rod-shaped cell that is swimming rapidly forward. a. What do you automatically know about that bacterium’s structure? b. How would a bacterium use its flagellum for phototaxis? c. Propose ...
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