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5 Matching questions

  1. S. sonnei
  2. Klebsiella Pneumoniae
  3. typhoid fever
  4. Differential and Selective media
  5. Serratia
  1. a gallbladder
  2. b -polysaccharide capsule, moist, mucoid colonies
    -frequent cause of lower respiratory tract infections among hospitalized patients and other immunocompromised
  3. c are useful for identification
  4. d most common shigella in the U.S. followed by S. Flexneri
  5. e nosocomia outbreaks
    ONPG (+)

    Pink to red pigment

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. clinically signficant human pathogen
    causes bacteremic and wound infections
  2. one of the most common forms of food poisoning
  3. associated with both diarrheal disease and UTIs
  4. do not reduce nitrates to nitrites
  5. most common cause of urinary tract infections in humans

    *caused by pili

5 True/False questions

  1. E. Coli (Biochemical)Indole, and Methyl red


  2. Klebsiella, Enterobacter, Serratia, Pantoea, and Hafnia Speciesdifferentiaed by the ODC test


  3. Clinical Significancemost redside in intestinal flora


  4. Yersinia Enterocolitamost commonly isolated species of Yersinia
    aucte enteritis, appendicitis, arthritis, erythema nodosum

    motile at 25c

    recovery at cold enrichment, CIN agar


  5. P. Mirabillis P. Vulgaris (test)Mira (Indole -)
    vulgaris (ODC negative)