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  1. Production of an outgrowth from a parent cell (usually in yeasts).
  2. Scientific name: Onchocerca volvulus
    Major disease ...
  3. Scientific name: Dracunculus medinesis
    Major disease ...
  4. Two gametangia of opposite sex come in contact with one or more gamete nuclei migrate from the male to the female. At no time do the gametangia fuse.
  5. Tissue nematodes (filarials)
    How infection occurs ...
  1. a Systemic allergic reactions
  2. b River blindness
  3. c Filariform larvae enter through bite
  4. d Gametangial contact
  5. e Budding

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Ingestion of infected CYCLOPS (Cocopod),
    commonly found in still water such as pond or well
  2. Hypha(pl.)--- hyphae(sing)
    nonseptate
    septa (Septate)
  3. Fragmentation
  4. Chrysops fly (Deerfly)
  5. Adults found in subcutaneous tissue

5 True/False questions

  1. Microscopic filaments that branch in all directions.Localized subsutanneous edema

          

  2. Fungi have the following structures: (5)I. Sporangiospores
    II. Condiospor

          

  3. Union of two photplasts that bring the two haploid nuclei together within the same cell.Plasmogamy

          

  4. Refer to male and female sex organs and gametes respectively that are morphologically Distinguishable. (differ)Condiospor

          

  5. Scientific name: Dracunculus medinesis
    Location in host ...
    Adults found in subcutaneous tissue