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  1. anthropophilic
  2. taeniasis
  3. symbiosis
  4. common larval route diseases
  5. yeast morphology
  1. a pork or beef tapeworm
  2. b residing in human skin
  3. c onchocerciasis (river blindness)
    visceral larval migrans
    filariasis (elephantiasis)
    loiasis
    dracunculiasis
    trichinosis
  4. d round/oval shape
    asexual budding
    some species capable of forming psuedohyphae (buds of yeast remain attached in a chain)
  5. e 2 organisms living together in close partnership
    (both benefit)

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. bacteroides (30%)
    clostridium
    fusobacterium, eubacterium
    ruminococcus
    peptococcus
    peptostreptococcus
    bifidobacterium
    lesser extent: escherichia, lactobacillus
  2. thrush and vaginitis
  3. caused by sequestering of hosts nutrients
    excreting toxic wastes
    mechanical blockage (when infections become massive)
  4. alternative electron acceptors in ETC
    i.e enterics-E.Coli, samonella, shigella`
  5. proglottids
    each segment has complete set of male and female organs
    generally don;t self fertilize
    (stored in lower protoglottids and shed in feces)

5 True/False Questions

  1. sacrodinaamebas
    move via formation of pseudopodia

          

  2. group of molds called dermatophytes cause what kind of infectionstinea or ringworm

          

  3. sexual spores2 parental nuclei fuse and meiosis occurs
    allows for genetic diversity

          

  4. allergiesphotosynthetic
    autotrophic
    not pathogenic
    animal tissues relatively inhospitable generally

          

  5. issues with algaeproduce mild toxins that are concentrated by other organisms that feed on them
    -gives humans problems when they eat the organisms that concentrted the toxins
    -most are heat stable

          

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