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33 terms

MCB Test 5 pg. 1&2

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mutualism
an obligate relationship which is beneficial to both organisms is called
protocooperation
facultatitve relationship which is beneficial to both organisms is called
commensalism
a relationship in which only one organism benefits, but neither is harmed is
parasitism
a relationship in which one organism lives at the expense of another is
competition
a relationship in which neither organism grows as well as it would in isolation is
bacillus thuringiensis
which of the following is not part of the normal body flora
protocooperative
Lactobacillus in the human colon is an exmple of a
mutualistic
Trichonympha and the termite are___ organisms
commensal
in the throat, Neisseria meningitidis is a __ organism
competitive
Since Neisseria meningitidis and Staphylococcus epidermidis are both normal flora of the throat, they are
they make lysosome
normal microbiota provide protection from infection by all of the following except
parasitic
Staphylococcus aureus is a __ organism
idiopathic
SIDS is a/an ____ disease
Pseudomonas in burn patients
Which of the following is due to an opportunistic pathogen
pathology
the study of disease is
etiology
the study of the cause of disease is
pathogenesis
The study of the origin and development of a disease is
formite
an inanimate object which may transmit disease is called a
1 meter
The distance over which a droplet may be spread is less than
all the above
Zoonoses may be spread by
lyme disease
Which of the following is a zoonosis
nosocomial infection
Pseudomonas bacteria colonized the bile duct of a patient following his liver transplant surgery. this is an example of a
none of the above
All of the following can contribute to postoperative infections except
tetanus
One example of a noncommunicable infectious disease is
symptom
Change in a body function is a ___ of disease
signs
Objective, observable changes in the body are__
pain
Which of the following is an example of a symptom
contagious
A disease which is easily spread from one organism to another is
incidence
The fraction of a population with a disease at a specified time measures the disease
prevalence
Teh total number of existing cases in a population at a time, measured as a percentage of the population, measures the disease
chronic
a disease which develops slowly but which lasts a long time is called
focal
a disease which starts in one spot but spreads through the circulatory or lymphatic system is
analytical
An epidemiological investigation which seeks to determine probable cause is