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5 Matching questions

  1. Clinical Significance
  2. K. oxytoca
  3. Extraintestinal infection (E. Coli)
  4. Serratia
  5. Erwinia and Pectobacterium
  1. a meningitis and septicemia among neonates.

    most commonly isolated gram negative rod from blood cultures in adults
  2. b Plant pathogens
  3. c idole positive
  4. d most redside in intestinal flora
  5. e nosocomia outbreaks
    ONPG (+)

    Pink to red pigment

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. produces dysentery with penetration, invasion, and destruction of intestinal mucosa

    *fecal oral
  2. do not reduce nitrates to nitrites
  3. does not swarm
  4. methyl red positive
    Citrate positve
    ferment lactose
  5. serotype O157:H7
    hemolytic uremic syndrome
    *bloody diarrhea

5 True/False questions

  1. P. Mirabillis P. VulgarisMira (Indole -)
    vulgaris (ODC negative)

          

  2. Enteropathogenic E. Coliinfantile diarrhea
    mucus
    nurseries

          

  3. Klebsiella Pneumoniaedoes not swarm

          

  4. Enterobacter and Pantoeadifferentiaed by the ODC test
    (+)

          

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

    motile at 25c

    recovery at cold enrichment, CIN agar