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Cosmetology Bacteriology (Edson)

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Pathogenic
Harmful Bacteria
Nonpathogenic
Bacteria in food and medicine
Nonpathogenic
Harmless Bacteria
Cocci
Round shape bacteria
Staphylococci
Clusters like grapes
Streptococci
Can cause strep throat
Streptococci
Bacteria that has curved lines like beads
Diplococci
Bacteria that grows in pairs
Diplococci
Can cause pneumonia
Bacilli
Bacteria that is rod shaped
Bacilli
Can cause thyphiod fever or turberculosis
Spirilla
Bacteria that is spiral shaped
Spirilla
Can cause STD's
Flagella
Hair like extensions that move in a snake like motion
Cilia
Hair like extensions that move in a rowing like motion
Active stage
warm damp dark dirty
Active stage
When bacteria grow
Binary Fission
When bacteria grow into two
Inactive Stage
When bacteria coat them selves and are at a still state
Inflammation
When the body reacts with injury and creates pus and redness
Wash Hands
Should be done repeatedly in the salon
Viruses
Live and reproduce off other cells (HIV, Chicken Pox, Mumps)
Bloodborne Pathogens
Carried by body fluds
Bloodborn Pathogens
Spread through broken skin
Hipatitus
A disease that is spread through coughing, sneezing, and dirty surfaces
White blood cells
What helps destroy bacteria
Parasites
Grow and feed off of a host
Parasites
Ticks, fleas, and mites
Immunity
The ability of the body to destroy infection
Natural Immunity
Inherited and developed through healthy living
Acquired Immunity
Develops after overcoming a disease
Acquired Immunity
Develops after a flu shot