Only bacteria that form endospores.
This GP bacilli genus is a produces endospores under anaerobic conditions.
This type of anthrax has a 50/50 survival rate
capsules, endospores, exotoxin
3 virulence factors of B. anthracis. (CEE)
GP Bacillus; causes myonecrosis (gas gangrene).
The most powerful microbial toxin known.
GP bacillus, not self-limiting because it's intracellular. 20% death rate.
Flagella, avoids humoral immune system, resistant to all extremes
3 virulence factors of Listeria monocytogenes.
GP bacillus, doesn't form endospores, associated mostly with deli meats.
Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae RHUS
GP bacillus that causes Erysopeloid.
GP, acid fast
How are Mycobacterium bacilli characterized?
Filamentous psudomembrane of the pharynx forms first. Causes toxemia, inflammation of heart muscle, nerve endings.
droplets, fomites, contaminated milk
Three ways that Croynebacterium diphtheriae can be transmitted.
attachment & growth factors
Two virulence factors of Corynebacterium diphtheria are __________ and ______ factors
GP bacillus that is zoonotic, cutaneous only and causes swollen, dark red lesions that burn and itch.
Genus of the GP bacillus that causes acne.
Mantoux skin test
Tuberculosis is tested by the _______ skin test.
Type of tuberculosis that causes immediate infection.
Tuberculosis with gradual increase of symptoms caused by dormant cells.
Tuberculosis that's escaped the lungs and has the highest fatality rate.
fine droplets of mucus inhaled
Tuberculosis is spread from person to person how?
Mycobacterium is a GP/GN bacillus that is acid-fast and is a strict _______.
Many mycobacterium are ________.
GP bacillus that forms a "fortress" around itself with complex cords and waxes.
hijacked swollen macrophages
What is the outer protective layer of Mycobacterium tuberculosis made of?
GP bacillus; strict parasite, slowest growing, treatment depends on type you have.
Type of mycobacterium leprae that presents with shallow skin lesions and is easily treated.
type of leprosy that causes disfiguration due to bacteria growing in macrophages in cooler body regions.
type of leprosy that results in loss of feet or hands (neurologic complications)
GP filamentous bacillus that has a role in dental caries.
Genus of GP filamentous bacillus that resides in the oral cavity, tonsils or intestine and can infect cervico-facial, thoracic or abdominal region.
GP filamentous bacillus that causes symptoms similar to TB.