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  1. most common systemic among immunocompromised
  2. primary amebic meningioencephalitis
  3. size of inoculum/infectious dose
  4. amatoxins
  5. protozoa feeding mechanisms
  1. a min # of bacteria or virus needed to cause infection
  2. b candidiasis
    cryptococcosis
    aspergilliosis
    murcormycosis
    pnsumocystis carnii pneumonia(PCP)
  3. c caused by free living SOIL and water organism
    Naegleria fowleri
    access to brain thorugh nasal passages
    patient will die w/in 10 days if infection not treated
  4. d more deadly toxins class produced by fungal orgs
    -often involve inhibition of some protein synthesis
  5. e oral grooves- sweep food particles into passageway or gullet
    packages food into vacuoles for digestion
    -or absorption of food through membrane

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. commensal receives benefits
    cohabitant is neither harmed nor benifitted
  2. warty nodules that spread slowly along lymphatics and dev'l crusty abscesses
    (subcutaneous)
  3. free spores not enclosed w/in a sac
    pinched off the tip of the hyphae or removed by segmentation
  4. obligatory but mutually beneficial
  5. 10-50

5 True/False questions

  1. malariacaused by 5 diff species of Plasmodium
    infects RBC
    vectored by mosquito
    sickle cell anemia reduces infection potential

          

  2. hermaphroditic flukesheat loving bacteria
    45-150 deg C

          

  3. parasitic protozoalive on fluids of host ie plasma or digestive juices
    or actively feed on host's tissues

          

  4. microaerophilicback of throat/jar w/ candle
    live in regions with less oxygen than atmosphere

          

  5. catalasehydrogen peroxide--> water and oxygen

          

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