I'm a little confused on what "Causes and effects of microbial population explosions" means. I know factors that can increase/decrease microbial growth, but what exactly is the cause or effect of an "explosion"?
Does the upper respiratory tract consists of just the nasal cavity and pharynx, or the nasal cavity, pharynx, and larynx? I know the lower one consists of the trachea, bronchi, lung, alveoli, etc. I've never seen this on a test, but I'd like to be sure anyway.
Hey everyone! Does anyone think for division B muscular system we would need to know the cellular process of fermentation and glycolosis for nationals? The process involves biochemistry, which is why I'm confused on its importance. :? Basically, I think you just need to know that fermentation and g...
For all those who took the PA states B division microbe test, did anyone have time issues with it? By the end of the test I had to rush to finish all the knowledge base questions, and my partner had difficulty finishing the microscope stuff.