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5 Matching questions

  1. Scientific name: Onchocerca volvulus
    Vector ...
  2. Considering the level of infection and the degree of pathogenecity fungal infections are classified into the four groups:
  3. Scientific name: Brugia malayi
    Common name ...
  4. A single filament filled with (filled with) protoplasm, which may be continuos (_____) or interrupted at irregular intervals by portion of cross walls called _____ (_____).
  5. Scientific name: Dracunculus medinesis
    Major disease ...
  1. a 1. Superficial
    2. Cutaneous
    3. Subcutaneous
    4. Systemic
  2. b Malayan filaria
  3. c Hypha(pl.)--- hyphae(sing)
    septa (Septate)
  4. d Systemic allergic reactions
  5. e Similian (Blackfly)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Gametangial copulation
  3. Adults found in lymphatics
  4. a. fragmentation
    b. Fission
    c. Budding
    d. Spores
  5. Blinding filaria

5 True/False questions

  1. Scientific name: Onchocerca volvulus
    Location in host ...
    Blinding filaria


  2. Direct fusion of the two gamtangal cells into one. This takes place by dissolution of the contacting walls of the two gametangia, resulting in a common cell in which the two photoplasm mix and forms a ...Planogametic Copulation


  3. Fungi have the following structures: (5)i. antheridium
    ii. oogonium


  4. Fungal growth:
    1. Temperature for growth:
    2. Incubation time:
    3. Optimum pH:
    Fungi grow between 0-37 degrees C.
    Some fungi mature within 3-4 days and some mature within 3-4 weeks.
    Best pH for fungal growth is about 6.


  5. Spores that are produced on the tips or sides of hypha termed condia.Zygospores


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