5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What are the 5 groups of fungal diseases?
- Fine focusing knob
- a Moves stage slowly for precise, final focusing
- b The orderly classification of plants and animals
- c Aerobic or facultatively anaerobic chemoheterotrophs
(yeast,mold,and fleshy fungi such as mushrooms)
- d *Systemic:deep in the body and affects the tissues and organs.route of infection is inhalation
*Subcutaneous: beneath the skin, transmission by implantation of spores or mycelia in a skin opening
*Cutaneous:affects epidermis,skin,and nails;transmitted via infected hair clippers or shower room floors.
*Superficial:localized to the hair shafts and surfaced epidermal cells
*Opportunistic: occur in hosts with compromised immune systems.
- e Support plate extending from the base to occular body tube
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Test used to detect the presence of anitbodies against a microorganism
- Duplication of chromosomes followed by division of the cytoplasm
- Seriological testing
- cycle in which the host cell remains alive.
1.attachment-sites are disrupted over surface of virus.
2.penetration-capsid enters emdocytosis, cell pulls virus viron inside.
3.uncoating- breakdown of viral nucleic from protein coat by host cells enzymes.
4. Biosynthesis- dna is replicated
- *Can be determined by presence or absence of an envelope.
* Family name en in "viridae" and genus names end in "virus"
5 True/False Questions
Five kingdoms of Living organisms → 1.Procaryote or Monera: Eubacteria and Archaeobacteria
2.Protista; Slime molds,Protozoa and some algae
3.Fungi- Unicelluar yeast and multi-cellular molds and mushrooms
4.Plantae- Some algae,all mosses,ferns,conifers,and flowering plants
Yeast morphology → The study of Fungi
Enveloped virus → Covers the capsid in some viruses and consists of a combination of lipids ,proteins, and carbohydrates.
Nucleic acid → Holds objective lenses in place.
Photosynthesis → the process by which light energy is converted to chemical energy