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Vet Tech Large Animal Parasitology/Microbiology - Lecture 9: Mycology/Bacteriology
Prokaryotes
Eukaryotes
Obligate aerobe
Obligate anaerobe
Are bacteria classified as prokaryotes or eukaryotes?
Are fungi classified as prokaryotes or eukaryotes?
A bacterium requires access to oxygen to grow and multiply. I…
A bacterium does not grow or multiply when it has access to o…
Prokaryotes
Are bacteria classified as prokaryotes or eukaryotes?
Eukaryotes
Are fungi classified as prokaryotes or eukaryotes?
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BVSc Animal Disease 1 (NSAIDs, Bacteriology, Virology & VPH)
How can you improve efficacy and toler…
What is important to ensure when switc…
What type of NSAID is most suitable fo…
What type of NSAID is most suitable fo…
Switch between NSAIDs
Allow an adequate 'wash-out' period (3-5 days)
One with an injectable preparation
Formulation easy for owner to give, cheap
How can you improve efficacy and toler…
Switch between NSAIDs
What is important to ensure when switc…
Allow an adequate 'wash-out' period (3-5 days)
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Bacteriology
Taxonomy
Prokaryotes
Photosynthetic
Chemosynthetic
Naming and classifying organisms into distinct groups or cate…
"Pre-Nucleus"... Cells that do not contain nuclei
Describes bacteria that make their own food using light energy
having the ability to use the energy from chemical reactions…
Taxonomy
Naming and classifying organisms into distinct groups or cate…
Prokaryotes
"Pre-Nucleus"... Cells that do not contain nuclei
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Bacteriology Exam 1
Microbes
Robert Hooke
Anton van Leeuwenhoek
Francesco Redi
Very tiny living things and certain microscopic non-living th…
observed multicellular microbes using a hand-made microscope.…
Used an improved microscope to observe single-celled microbes…
Refuted spontaneous generation. Flies in flasks unsealed, sea…
Microbes
Very tiny living things and certain microscopic non-living th…
Robert Hooke
observed multicellular microbes using a hand-made microscope.…
Bacteriology
What is a prokaryote?
How are bacteria categorized?
Rod (Bacilli)
Cocci
Single DNA molecule that lacks a membrane bound nucleus
By their shape (rods, cocci, vibrio, spirals)
What is a prokaryote?
Single DNA molecule that lacks a membrane bound nucleus
How are bacteria categorized?
By their shape (rods, cocci, vibrio, spirals)
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Bacteriology Life University
Microbiology
What is Epidemiology?
Genetic Engineering and Recombinant DN…
Procaryotic cells =... Eucaryotic cells =
Specialized area of biology that studies living things ordina…
To monitor and control the spread of disease in communities
Study techniques that deliberately alter the genetic makeup o…
Pro = Bacteria... Euc = Fungi, algae, protozoans, heminth worm,…
Microbiology
Specialized area of biology that studies living things ordina…
What is Epidemiology?
To monitor and control the spread of disease in communities
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Bacteriology Question Set 1
True
a) Antibodies
a) Sensitivity
b) Specificity... When a test is specifi…
True or False: A disease can be diagnosed by identifying the…
Humoral immune response is measured by screening for:... a) Anti…
The ability of a test to accurately identify an infected anim…
The ability of a test to accurately identify a non-infected a…
True
True or False: A disease can be diagnosed by identifying the…
a) Antibodies
Humoral immune response is measured by screening for:... a) Anti…
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Bacteriology - Exam I
What is Antony Van Leeuwenhoek known f…
What is Lazzaro Spallanzani known for?
What is Ignaz Semelweis known for?
What is Joseph lister known for?
he created lenses that allowed people to see molecules smalle…
he debunked spontaneous generation
physicians spreading disease in the pregnancy ward because th…
father of antiseptic surgery, let's use gloves and wash our h…
What is Antony Van Leeuwenhoek known f…
he created lenses that allowed people to see molecules smalle…
What is Lazzaro Spallanzani known for?
he debunked spontaneous generation
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Bacteriology
BACTERIOLOGY
BACTERIA
Nonpathogenic
Saprophytes
The science that deals with the study of microorganisms calle…
Minute, one-celled vegetable microorganisms found nearly... eve…
These are helpful or harmless bacteria that perform useful... f…
Nonpathogenic bacteria that live on dead matter and do not... p…
BACTERIOLOGY
The science that deals with the study of microorganisms calle…
BACTERIA
Minute, one-celled vegetable microorganisms found nearly... eve…
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Bacteriology
Microbiology
Staphylococci
Communicable
HIV
The study of small organisms.
Pus-forming bacterial cells that form grape-like bunches or c…
When a disease spreads from one person to another via contact.
This disease can be transferred by blood, semen, and body fui…
Microbiology
The study of small organisms.
Staphylococci
Pus-forming bacterial cells that form grape-like bunches or c…
Bacteriology
staphylococcus aureus
staphylococcus pseudointermedius
Staphylococcus delphini
Staphylococcus schleiferi
humans and animals
Dogs and cats
Minks and ferrets and badgers
Dogs
staphylococcus aureus
humans and animals
staphylococcus pseudointermedius
Dogs and cats
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Chapter 5 Bacteriology
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
acquired immunity
allergy
antiseptic
abbreviated AIDS; a disease that breaks down the body's immun…
immunity that the body develops after overcoming a disease, t…
reaction due to extreme sensitivity to certain foods, chemica…
chemical germicides formulated for use on skin; registered an…
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
abbreviated AIDS; a disease that breaks down the body's immun…
acquired immunity
immunity that the body develops after overcoming a disease, t…
Antimicrobial Agents- Bacteriology Exam #1
What are the classes of Anitbiotics ba…
Which classes are narrow spectrum? Bro…
Which classes are broad spectrum
Spectrum of activity is based on 2 maj…
B-Lactams... Aminoglycolides... Aminocyclitols... Phenicols... Macrolides…
Narrow:... aminogycolides... aminocyclitols... diaminopyrimadines... macr…
tetracyclines... fluoroquinolones... B-lactams... sulfonamides... phenicols
pore size and outer membrane (lipophilic drugs won't penetrate
What are the classes of Anitbiotics ba…
B-Lactams... Aminoglycolides... Aminocyclitols... Phenicols... Macrolides…
Which classes are narrow spectrum? Bro…
Narrow:... aminogycolides... aminocyclitols... diaminopyrimadines... macr…
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Bacteriology
What are the three main areas in micro…
What is the goal of Microbial classifi…
What is polyphasic system of classific…
What type of data is used for classifi…
1.Classification ... Organizing into group ... Common characteristi…
.Relate class with evolutionary relationships ... . Phylogeny o…
Use of all microbial data = to place organisms into group
Genotypic ... Phenotypic ... Both are fairly important
What are the three main areas in micro…
1.Classification ... Organizing into group ... Common characteristi…
What is the goal of Microbial classifi…
.Relate class with evolutionary relationships ... . Phylogeny o…
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Bacteriology
overview
composition & distribution throughout…
baseline species
start with the upper GI: how many? whi…
overview
composition & distribution throughout…
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Bacteriology Exam 1
Infection
Parasitic Infection
Symbiotic/Mutualistic Infection
Commensal Infection
The establishment of an association between a pathogen and a…
The pathogen benefits at the expense of the host by causing d…
An infection that occurs when both the microbe and the host b…
An infection that where the microbes drives the benefit witho…
Infection
The establishment of an association between a pathogen and a…
Parasitic Infection
The pathogen benefits at the expense of the host by causing d…
131 terms
Bacteriology
catalase test results
Staphylococci
5 important coagulase positive species
S. intermedius
H2O2 gas ... Staph - positive ... Strep - negative ... Enterococcus -…
Gram + Grape-like clusters... Faculatative anaerobes... Saccharolyt…
S. intermedius... S. hyicus ... S. schleiferi ... S. delphini ... S. aureus
most common pyogen of dogs ... any condition where pus is formed
catalase test results
H2O2 gas ... Staph - positive ... Strep - negative ... Enterococcus -…
Staphylococci
Gram + Grape-like clusters... Faculatative anaerobes... Saccharolyt…
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Bacteriology Test 2
Pathogenic Features of general Staphyl…
Pathogenic Features specific to S. aur…
Transmission of general Staph
Clinical dz of S. aureus
-coagulase... -catalase... -hyaluronidase... -hemolysins... -exfoliative…
TSS 1 toxin (superantigen)... enterotoxins... coagulase
endogenous infections most common***... exogenous by direct con…
-pus (neutrophil response)... -mastitis (cattle and swine)... -toxi…
Pathogenic Features of general Staphyl…
-coagulase... -catalase... -hyaluronidase... -hemolysins... -exfoliative…
Pathogenic Features specific to S. aur…
TSS 1 toxin (superantigen)... enterotoxins... coagulase
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Bacteriology final
The Dutch scientist is credited with m…
Francisco Redi did experiments to disp…
swan-necked flasks were used to put an…
introduced the use of antiseptics like…
van Leeuwenhoek
flies
Pasteur
Lister
The Dutch scientist is credited with m…
van Leeuwenhoek
Francisco Redi did experiments to disp…
flies
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Milady's Esthetics Ch4 Bacteriology
The one-celled microgranisms also know…
Parasites are a type of
Bacteria that cause disease are called
Disease in plant or animal tissue is c…
bacteria
pathogenic bacteria
pathogenic
pathogenic bacteria
The one-celled microgranisms also know…
bacteria
Parasites are a type of
pathogenic bacteria
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500s: Bacteriology
infectious disease
infectious
infection
efficacy
A disease that is caused by a pathogen and that can be spread…
caused by or capable of being transmitted by infection.
(medicine) the invasion of the body by pathogenic microorgani…
the ability to produce an intended result
infectious disease
A disease that is caused by a pathogen and that can be spread…
infectious
caused by or capable of being transmitted by infection.
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Bacteriology Exam 2
A system of management practices direc…
Chemicals used to prevent growth or de…
Term used for procedures to lower the…
These are genes that are capable of tr…
biocontainment
antiseptics
sanitize
transposons
A system of management practices direc…
biocontainment
Chemicals used to prevent growth or de…
antiseptics
bacteriology 250 chapter 1
Antoni Van Leeuwenhoek
Carolus Linnaeus
Leeuwenhoaks microorganisms grouped in…
Bacteria and Archaea
-began making and using simple microscopes ... -examined water a…
-developed taxonomic system for naming plants and animals and…
-bacteria... -archaea... -fungi... -protozoa ... -algae... -small multicellu…
unicellular and lack nuclei ... -much smaller than eukaryotes ... -…
Antoni Van Leeuwenhoek
-began making and using simple microscopes ... -examined water a…
Carolus Linnaeus
-developed taxonomic system for naming plants and animals and…
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Biology-Bacteriology
bacteriology
monera
eukaryotes
prokaryotes
the study of bacteria
kingdom to which bacteria belong
organisms with a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles
organisms with no nucleus or membrane-bound organelles
bacteriology
the study of bacteria
monera
kingdom to which bacteria belong
11 terms
Bacteriology
Peptidoglycan
NAM
O antigen
BAM
Unique biopolymer contains both D- and L- a mino acids
Cross linked with oligopeptides
Present in gram- (E.coli,salmonella,Yersinia) it is a lipopol…
Bacteriological analytical manual
Peptidoglycan
Unique biopolymer contains both D- and L- a mino acids
NAM
Cross linked with oligopeptides
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Bacteriology Test 3
Actinomyces bovis morphology
Actinomyces bovis causes what disease
Actinomyces suis morphology
Actinomyces suis virulence factors
gram positive rods, facultative
lumpy jaw in cattle
gram positive rod (club shaped), nonspore forming, anaerobe
urease, pili
Actinomyces bovis morphology
gram positive rods, facultative
Actinomyces bovis causes what disease
lumpy jaw in cattle
Bacteriology overview
Proteins in bacteria are found....
Polysaccharides
Phospholipids
Function of flagella
- flagella... - pili... - cell walls ... - cytoplasmic membranes... - rib…
- capsules... - inclusions ... - cell walls
membranes
swimming
Proteins in bacteria are found....
- flagella... - pili... - cell walls ... - cytoplasmic membranes... - rib…
Polysaccharides
- capsules... - inclusions ... - cell walls
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Bacteriology Final
Klebsiella characteristics
Klebsiella causes
Salmonella characteristics
Salmonella treatment
Thick, mucoid capsule... Lactose fermenter on MAC... Drug Resistanc…
Horse: METRITIS... Cows: Mastitis from wood shavings... Pigs: Masti…
No colour... No Vaccination... NO ORAL ANTIBIOTICS
RESISTANT TO TETRACYCLINES
Klebsiella characteristics
Thick, mucoid capsule... Lactose fermenter on MAC... Drug Resistanc…
Klebsiella causes
Horse: METRITIS... Cows: Mastitis from wood shavings... Pigs: Masti…
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Pathogenic Bacteriology Exam III
Morphology of Pasteurella
What is the motility of Pasturella?
Oxidase of Pasturella?
Catalase of Pasturella?
Small, Gram-negative coccobacillus
non-motile
Positive
Positive
Morphology of Pasteurella
Small, Gram-negative coccobacillus
What is the motility of Pasturella?
non-motile
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Bacteriology Exam 2
_______ continues to cause multiple ou…
Yersinia ____ & _____ are maintained i…
___ ___ is a non-enteric gram negative…
___ ___ is primarily a commensal organ…
E. coli 0157:H7
entercolitica & pseudotuberculosis
Manheimia haemolytica
Manheimia haemolytica
_______ continues to cause multiple ou…
E. coli 0157:H7
Yersinia ____ & _____ are maintained i…
entercolitica & pseudotuberculosis
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Bacteriology - Pseudomonas
What does Pseudomonas look like with a…
In what conditions can Pseudomonas grow?
What size genome does Pseudomonas grow…
What are the two main pathogenic speci…
Gram negative rods
Basically anything ... - Environmental organism ... - Can grow in…
It has a very large genome with high plasticity.... It can surv…
Pseudomonas aeroginosa -- infects most animals ... Pseudomonas…
What does Pseudomonas look like with a…
Gram negative rods
In what conditions can Pseudomonas grow?
Basically anything ... - Environmental organism ... - Can grow in…
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History of Bacteriology
Marcus Terentius Varro
Hippocrates
Antonie van Leeuvenhoek
Antonie van Leeuvenhoek
He suggested that disease may be caused by miniscule animals…
He was the first physician to separate medicine from supersti…
He is commonly known as "the Father of Microbiology"
He handcrafted single-lens microscope himself, with which he…
Marcus Terentius Varro
He suggested that disease may be caused by miniscule animals…
Hippocrates
He was the first physician to separate medicine from supersti…
175 terms
SGU SVM Bacteriology/Mycology Quiz 1
Cocci
Rods (bacillus)
Mycoplasma, Chlamydia, Rickettsia
Staphylococcus
about 1um in diameter
0.5-1um wide, varied length
Obligate intracelluar bacteria, 0.2um, will pass through most…
Cocci in bunches
Cocci
about 1um in diameter
Rods (bacillus)
0.5-1um wide, varied length
Bacteriology Lecture 2
Name 2 Gram + cocci species and describe
Name 3 Gram + filamentous and branchin…
Name 3 Gram + Rods that produce endosp…
Name 3 Gram + rods that do not produce…
1. Staphylococcus: bunch of grapes... 2. Streptococcus spp: cocc…
1. Actinomyces bovis and A. viscosus: MZN-... 2. Nocardia astero…
1. Clostridium: anaerobic, spores bulge... 2. Bacillus: facultat…
1. Mycobacterium (M. bovis and M. avium)... 2. M. lepraemurium... 3…
Name 2 Gram + cocci species and describe
1. Staphylococcus: bunch of grapes... 2. Streptococcus spp: cocc…
Name 3 Gram + filamentous and branchin…
1. Actinomyces bovis and A. viscosus: MZN-... 2. Nocardia astero…
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Bacteriology: Prions + Retroviruses
Prions: define
Fatal degenerative CNS disease....?
Transmissible spongiform encephalopath…
Transmissible spongiform encephalopath…
Altered normal CNS pteins from a-helix to b-pleated sheet
Transmissible spongiform encephalopathies
- (extinct) kuru. infect... - cruztfeldt, infect + inherit... - Ger…
- scrapie (sheep)... - Bovine, feline... - Chronic wasting disease…
Prions: define
Altered normal CNS pteins from a-helix to b-pleated sheet
Fatal degenerative CNS disease....?
Transmissible spongiform encephalopathies
Bacteriology ch 14
gram positive cocci
gram negative cocci
gram positive rods
gram negative rods; enteric tract-insi…
staphylococcus, streptococcus, enterococcus
neisseria
corynebacterium, listeria, bacillus, clostridium, actinomyces…
escherichia, salmonella
gram positive cocci
staphylococcus, streptococcus, enterococcus
gram negative cocci
neisseria
Chapter 4: bacteriology part 2
Pathogenic
Parasites
Objective symptoms
Nonpathogenic
Harmful, disease producing bacteria
Plant or animal organisms that live on other living organisms…
Symptoms that can be seen
Beneficial bacteria that perform many useful functions
Pathogenic
Harmful, disease producing bacteria
Parasites
Plant or animal organisms that live on other living organisms…
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Chapter 4 Bacteriology Key Terms
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
Acquired Immunity
Active Stage or (Vegetative Stage)
Aseptic
AIDS is the onset of life-threating illnesses that comprise t…
An immunity that the body develops after it overcomes a disea…
The stage in which bacteria grow and reproduce.
Free of disease germs.
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
AIDS is the onset of life-threating illnesses that comprise t…
Acquired Immunity
An immunity that the body develops after it overcomes a disea…
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Bacteriology Final Exam
Van Leeuwenhoek
Flies
Pasteur
Lister
This Dutch scientist is credited with making some of the firs…
Francisco Redi did experiments to disprove spontaneous genera…
Swan-necked flasks were used to put an end to the spontaneous…
Who introduced the use of antiseptics like phenol on skin pri…
Van Leeuwenhoek
This Dutch scientist is credited with making some of the firs…
Flies
Francisco Redi did experiments to disprove spontaneous genera…
Bacteriology
Etiology
Incidence
Acute
Chronic
Study of disease causes
Range and tendancy if a disease
Seveare but short duration
Less seveare but recurring
Etiology
Study of disease causes
Incidence
Range and tendancy if a disease
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Bacteriology
Head lice
Non pathogenic
Pathogenic
Saprophyte
Small flat insects that infects humans
Non disease producing bacteria; not harmful
Bacteria that is harmful; germs, infection
Micro organism that grows on dead matter
Head lice
Small flat insects that infects humans
Non pathogenic
Non disease producing bacteria; not harmful
10 terms
Bacteriology
virulence determinant
compound transposon
insertion sequence
simple transposon
a specific trait or factor that increases the virulence of a…
2 IS elements flanking a resistance gene
inverted repeats flanking a transposase gene
inverted repeats flanking a transposase and resistance gene
virulence determinant
a specific trait or factor that increases the virulence of a…
compound transposon
2 IS elements flanking a resistance gene
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Bacteriology Lab Quiz 1
What is the purpose of using oil for 1…
Why is it necessary to stain bacteria…
What is the basis for differential sta…
What effect does the age of a bacteria…
The 100x lens has a very small aperature. The oil allows capt…
-Difficult to visualize!... -Refractive index of the bacterial c…
Cell wall structure... -Gram stain positive bacteria ( THICK pep…
Ideal age of the culture: Mid log or late log phase (overnigh…
What is the purpose of using oil for 1…
The 100x lens has a very small aperature. The oil allows capt…
Why is it necessary to stain bacteria…
-Difficult to visualize!... -Refractive index of the bacterial c…
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Bacteriology Set 4
What is the definition of parthenogene…
What factors does pathogenesis depend…
What are some modifying factors of hos…
For an infectious disease to occur wha…
mechanism of infection and to the mechanism by which the dise…
Host susceptibility... Bacterial infectivity... virulence factors
environment... tissue damage ... intercurrent disease... immunosuppres…
entry of the pathogen... attachment to host receptors... colonizati…
What is the definition of parthenogene…
mechanism of infection and to the mechanism by which the dise…
What factors does pathogenesis depend…
Host susceptibility... Bacterial infectivity... virulence factors
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bacteriology chapter 13
what is a virion
what is a viroid
what is a prion
structure of a virus contains
complete, fully developed, infectious virus
infectious RNA, plant pathogens
infectious proteins
1) nucleic acid- DNA or RNA core... 2) protein coat- capsid made…
what is a virion
complete, fully developed, infectious virus
what is a viroid
infectious RNA, plant pathogens
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ESTHETICS- Bacteriology
Microbiology
microscopic structure that can infect…
microorganisms
Bacteriology
Study of microscopic plants or animals
virus
alive and too small to be viewed with the naked eye
branch of biology the deals with the study of bacteria
Microbiology
Study of microscopic plants or animals
microscopic structure that can infect…
virus
48 terms
Bacteriology
Germs, bacteria and microbes
Pathogenic
Bacilli
Staphylococci
Bacteriology is the study of
Harmful bacteria are called
The most numerous type of pathogenic bacteria
The round-shape bacteria that cause abscesses and boils are
Germs, bacteria and microbes
Bacteriology is the study of
Pathogenic
Harmful bacteria are called
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Bacteriology Lab Quiz 2
2 cases: cattle which arrived at a fee…
describe the satellite phenomenon of A…
what other agents (other than M. heamo…
what are the best samples to collect i…
live: nasal discharge or nasal swabs, tracheal swabs, trachea…
-Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae will satellite around Staph…
P. multocida... Histophilus somni... Mycoplasma bovis... -bacterial in…
1. fetal stomach contents--> 1-3 mL of abomasal contents... 2. f…
2 cases: cattle which arrived at a fee…
live: nasal discharge or nasal swabs, tracheal swabs, trachea…
describe the satellite phenomenon of A…
-Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae will satellite around Staph…
Bacteriology Quiz 1
Staph. aureus affects what species?
Staph. pseudintermedius affects what s…
Staph. schleiferi ss coagulans affects…
Staph. hyicus affects what species?
All domestic spp. and humans
Mainly dogs
Dogs (ears)
Pigs
Staph. aureus affects what species?
All domestic spp. and humans
Staph. pseudintermedius affects what s…
Mainly dogs
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Bacteriology: Classification of the Fungi
Fungi: structure?kingdom?
Fungi: saprophytic or parasitic?
Fungi: their metabolic products are..
Fungi: taxonomy- how do they reproduce?
eukaryotes... plant-like but lack define root/leaf structure... non…
BOTH
toxic to higher animals (like us)
both sexually and asexually
Fungi: structure?kingdom?
eukaryotes... plant-like but lack define root/leaf structure... non…
Fungi: saprophytic or parasitic?
BOTH
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