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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. What is the Gram stain appearance of Bacillus anthracis?
  2. Bile Esculin: Positive
    Salt: Negative
  3. Which Gram-positive rods are motile?
  4. What tests are used to differentiate Strep species that are Alpha hemolytic?
  5. Which Strep species are Alpha hemolytic?
  1. a -P Disk
    -Bile Solubility
    -6.5% Salt Tolerance
  2. b -Strep pneumococcus
    -Group D Strep - Not Enterococcus
    -Viridans Strep
  3. c Bacillus species & Listeria
  4. d Group D Strep - Not Enterococcus
  5. e Gram positive rods with spores not visible

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. -Group B Strep
    -Group D Strep - Not Enterococcus
    -Viridans Strep
  2. Erysipelothrix
  3. Gram positive rod
  4. Enterococcus
  5. Strep pneumococcus

5 True/False questions

  1. What Gram positive rod exhibits an "umbrella-like" motility?Bacillus species & Listeria


  2. Listeria is _____-hemolytic on BAP?Gamma


  3. Which Gram positive rod has metachromatic granules on a Methylene Blue stain?Listeria


  4. What Gram positive rod is isolated by growth on BAP, Tinsdale/Cystine-Tellurite, and Pai/Loeffler media?Listeria


  5. What tests are used to differentiate Strep species that are Beta hemolytic?-CAMP/Hippurate
    -6.5% Salt Tolerance