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Intro to Pathology
Derivation of word Pathology
how much did medicine progress 2000 ye…
14th to 18th century descriptions of d…
19th century improvements (Rudolph Vir…
Pathos- suffering or disease... Logos- study
very little
Accurate macroscopic (gross) descriptions of disease by Laenn…
Microscopic (cellular) description of lesions ... Body as an org…
Derivation of word Pathology
Pathos- suffering or disease... Logos- study
how much did medicine progress 2000 ye…
very little
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MIC: Microbiology Media
Blood Agar Plate (BAP)
Colistin/Naldixic Acid (CNA)
Hektoen Enteric (HE)
MacConkey Agar (MAC)
Enriched: 5% sheeps blood... Differential: α-, β-, and γ-hemolys…
Enriched: blood agar plate + colistin/nadixic acid... Selective:…
Selective: inhibits Gram+... Differential: lactose, sucrose and…
Selective: for Gram= bacteria... Differential: LF = pink colonie…
Blood Agar Plate (BAP)
Enriched: 5% sheeps blood... Differential: α-, β-, and γ-hemolys…
Colistin/Naldixic Acid (CNA)
Enriched: blood agar plate + colistin/nadixic acid... Selective:…
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Microbiology Lecture #27 Final Study Guide
Gram Positive Rod... Anaerobic, endospore…
Gas Gangrene... Surgical wound infection…
Illness results in intoxication not in…
symptom
Pathogenic Costridia
Clostridium Perfringes
Clostridium Perfringes
High fever... brownish pus... gas bubbles underskin... skin discolorat…
Gram Positive Rod... Anaerobic, endospore…
Pathogenic Costridia
Gas Gangrene... Surgical wound infection…
Clostridium Perfringes
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Microbiology Exam #3 Final Study Guide
1. Which of the following is NOT a com…
2. Which of the following is a purine?
3. Which of the following pairs with G…
4. Prokaryotic DNA is different eukary…
Sulfate
Adenine
Cytosine
Is organized a single circular chromosome
1. Which of the following is NOT a com…
Sulfate
2. Which of the following is a purine?
Adenine
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Exam 3 Lec 20& 21
Retroviral Replication
Drugs that limit influenza infection:
Gain of Function experiment
Virus passaging in ferrets
-Entrance into the cell... -Removal of virion envelope at the me…
Neuraminidase inhibitors (like Tamiflu) ... Adamantanes
taking bird flu and trying to evolve it to be transmissible i…
*viruses recovered at the end of this experiment were air-bor…
Retroviral Replication
-Entrance into the cell... -Removal of virion envelope at the me…
Drugs that limit influenza infection:
Neuraminidase inhibitors (like Tamiflu) ... Adamantanes
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Microbiology Exam #2 Final Study Guide
Which of the following is the best def…
Which of the following is an example o…
Catabolic reactions are exergonic?
Which of the following is an example o…
The sum of all chemical reactions within a living organism.
The oxidation of glucose through glycolysis
True
The movement of molecules
Which of the following is the best def…
The sum of all chemical reactions within a living organism.
Which of the following is an example o…
The oxidation of glucose through glycolysis
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Lecture 11: Introduction to Medical Mycology
1. Candida ... 2. Cryptococcus neoformans…
70S
1. 30S... 2. 50S
16S
Examples of invasive fungal species (4):
Prokaryotic ribosome combines subunits and forms what size of…
Subunits of prokaryotic ribosome
Component of 30S subunit
1. Candida ... 2. Cryptococcus neoformans…
Examples of invasive fungal species (4):
70S
Prokaryotic ribosome combines subunits and forms what size of…
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Microbiology Exam 4 - Kakirde
Microbes have been on earth for?
C
CO2
CH4
3.5 billion years.
Inorganic carbon.... Graphite, Diamonds, Charcoal.
Inorganic carbon... Carbon dioxide
Inorganic carbon... Methane
Microbes have been on earth for?
3.5 billion years.
C
Inorganic carbon.... Graphite, Diamonds, Charcoal.
265 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Microbiology Lect - FINAL 2
Microbiology
Microorganisms
Eukaryotic
Prokaryotic
The study of organisms too small to be seen without a microsc…
Bacteria, Fungi, Viruses, Prions, Viroids
Multicellular organisms that have membrane-enclosed organelle…
Unicellular organisms that do not have membrane-bound organel…
Microbiology
The study of organisms too small to be seen without a microsc…
Microorganisms
Bacteria, Fungi, Viruses, Prions, Viroids
50 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Chapter 19
Staphylococcus aureus
Folliculitis
Impetigo
Scalded Skin Syndrome
G (+) Coccus ... Folliculitis... Impetigo... Scalded Skin Syndrome... Tox…
Bacteria- Staphylococcus aureus G(+) coccus... system- eyes or s…
Bacteria- Staphylococcus aureus G(+) coccus... System- skin... S/S-…
Bacteria- Staphylococcus aureus G(+) coccus... System- skin... S/S-…
Staphylococcus aureus
G (+) Coccus ... Folliculitis... Impetigo... Scalded Skin Syndrome... Tox…
Folliculitis
Bacteria- Staphylococcus aureus G(+) coccus... system- eyes or s…
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Chapter 15 Microbiology
In addition to phagocytosis, neutrophi…
The first and second lines of defense…
The components of the second line of d…
Histamine and prostaglandins are invol…
hypochlorite
innate immunity
responders to invasion
T
In addition to phagocytosis, neutrophi…
hypochlorite
The first and second lines of defense…
innate immunity
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lab fun times microbiology, hematology, urinalysis
cocci
bacilli
spiral
pleomorphic
shape
shape
shape
shape
cocci
shape
bacilli
shape
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Microbial Growth & The Control of Microbial Growth
Physical requirements for microbial gr…
Chemical requirements for microbial gr…
Typical growth rates (temperature)
Psychrophiles
-Temperature... -pH... -Osmotic pressure
-Carbon... -Nitrogen, sulfur, and phosphorous... -Trace elements... -O…
cold-loving... archaeans... -8-18 C
Physical requirements for microbial gr…
-Temperature... -pH... -Osmotic pressure
Chemical requirements for microbial gr…
-Carbon... -Nitrogen, sulfur, and phosphorous... -Trace elements... -O…
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Lab test 3
what are the ingredients needed to mak…
does yogurt have an acidic or alkaline…
what are the bacterial species used in…
Membrane filter method:... what is the a…
Milk, milk protein, yogurt inoculum
acidic
lactobacillus bulgaricus and streptococcus thermopiles
green metallic sheen
what are the ingredients needed to mak…
Milk, milk protein, yogurt inoculum
does yogurt have an acidic or alkaline…
acidic
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Microbiology Exam 6
B (carbuncles occur in the dermis or s…
E (S. aureus is the only Staphylococcu…
C (the toxins Exfoliatin A and B cause…
C (this is hot tub folliculitis, cause…
Which of the following afflictions does not occur in the epid…
Which of the following tests would most clearly distinguish S…
The pictured condition, known as Scalded Skin Syndrome, is ca…
A patient presents to her dermatologist, complaining of a itc…
B (carbuncles occur in the dermis or s…
Which of the following afflictions does not occur in the epid…
E (S. aureus is the only Staphylococcu…
Which of the following tests would most clearly distinguish S…
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Bio 211 Test 1
Microbiology
It is too small to be seen with the na…
Pathogenic (disease causing)... Fungi (ro…
Wastewater treatment plants ... Landfills…
the study of microorganisms
Why do you need microscope for viewing microorganisms?
Detrimental roles of microorganisms in our lives
Beneficial roles of microorganisms in our lives
Microbiology
the study of microorganisms
It is too small to be seen with the na…
Why do you need microscope for viewing microorganisms?
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Health & Disease
microbiology
virus
bacteria
parasite
science of studying disease-causing microorganisms
nonliving pathogen that is capable of infecting and reproduci…
unicellular organisms found nearly everywhere on earth; can b…
organism that benefits from a host organism while the host is…
microbiology
science of studying disease-causing microorganisms
virus
nonliving pathogen that is capable of infecting and reproduci…
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EXAM 4: Lesson 12 Assessment
What are some characteristics of an id…
Who initially discovered the antibioti…
the production of antibiotics by molds…
Damage to the target pathogen but not…
Assist host defenses... Is not broken down or excreted rapidly... M…
Alexander Flemming
antagonism
selective toxicity
What are some characteristics of an id…
Assist host defenses... Is not broken down or excreted rapidly... M…
Who initially discovered the antibioti…
Alexander Flemming
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Microbio Lec Exam 5: Tetanus & Botulism
spore formers
gram - bacilli
smoked sausage
tension ~ muscle spasms
C. tetani & C. botulinum are spore or non-spore formers?
C. tetani & C. botulinum are gram + or gram -?
c. botulinum assoc w/ what?
c. tetani assoc w/ what?
spore formers
C. tetani & C. botulinum are spore or non-spore formers?
gram - bacilli
C. tetani & C. botulinum are gram + or gram -?
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Microbio Lec Exam 5: Prions & Spongiform Encephalopathies
infectious protein... proteinaceous infe…
PrPc= normal Cellular prion protein... P…
NO - diff from viral encephalitides
rapid... They were thought to be viral @…
what is a prion?
PRPsc or PRPc is normal cellular prion protein?
is inflammation or immune response seen in prion dzs?
After a long and variable incubation period (1-30 years), all…
infectious protein... proteinaceous infe…
what is a prion?
PrPc= normal Cellular prion protein... P…
PRPsc or PRPc is normal cellular prion protein?
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Microbiology Chapter 14
Pathology
Etiology
Pathogenesis
Infection
Scientific study of disease
Study of the cause of disease
Manner in which the disease develops
Invasion or colonization of the body by pathogenic microorgan…
Pathology
Scientific study of disease
Etiology
Study of the cause of disease
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Microbiology Practicum
Spirit Blue
Litmus Milk
Casein Hydrolysis Test
Starch Hydrolysis
Media: Plate... Appearance/What's in it: blue, contains lipid tr…
Media: broth... Appearance/What: casein (milk protein), lactose…
Media: plate... Appearance: milk (casein protein), looks like mi…
Media: plate... Appearance: potato starch... Inoculation: streak, i…
Spirit Blue
Media: Plate... Appearance/What's in it: blue, contains lipid tr…
Litmus Milk
Media: broth... Appearance/What: casein (milk protein), lactose…
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Microbio Lec Exam 5: Eye & Ear Infections
lysozyme
Conjunctivitis (Pink eye)
conjunctivitis
chlamydia trachomatis... staph aureus... H.…
what enzyme is in tears & egg whites?
an inflammation or infection of the transparent membrane (con…
dx?
common bac causes of conjunctivitis in neonates?
lysozyme
what enzyme is in tears & egg whites?
Conjunctivitis (Pink eye)
an inflammation or infection of the transparent membrane (con…
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Microbiology 251 Experiments
MR-VP test
Citrate utilization test
Urea Hydrolysis
SIM medium
Glucose fermentation, red + lower ph/yellow - high ph
Citrate fermentation w/ citrate permeate enzyme for carbon so…
Urease, hydrolyze urea to ammonia/CO2. Rapid/Slow urease +. P…
Sulfur Reduction: Cysteine Desulfurase/thiosulfate reductase…
MR-VP test
Glucose fermentation, red + lower ph/yellow - high ph
Citrate utilization test
Citrate fermentation w/ citrate permeate enzyme for carbon so…
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Microbiology lab final
parts of a microscope
purpose of a simple stain
purpose of a gram stain
Gram-negative
used to create contrast between bacteria and background
divides bacteria into two groups; gram-negative and gram-posi…
solvent action of decolorizing agent damages outer membrane;…
parts of a microscope
purpose of a simple stain
used to create contrast between bacteria and background
48 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Microbio Lec Exam 5: Viral Meningitis & Encephalitis
coxsackievirus & HSV2
HSV1 & arboencephalitis viruses
Mononuclear cells ... Low numbers of ... po…
Immunoassay - to detect virus specific…
what are the 2 most common causes of meningitis?
what are the 2 most common causes of encephalitis?
How to distinguish viral infections of the CNS from bacterial…
how to dx b/w CNS viral & bac infections?
coxsackievirus & HSV2
what are the 2 most common causes of meningitis?
HSV1 & arboencephalitis viruses
what are the 2 most common causes of encephalitis?
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Roots and Affixes
eco
aqua
bio
logy
environment or habitat
water
life
the study of
eco
environment or habitat
aqua
water
48 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Microbiology for Engineers Exam II
Describe role of NAD+ and NADP+ in red…
High energy compounds
Roles of ATP and Coenzyme A in metabol…
Name and differentiate between two mec…
NAD+ and NADP+ are able to carry electrons and protons from o…
Compounds for energy storage typically done by formation of h…
ATP contains to phosphate bonds and serves as primary energy…
Substrate-level phosphorylation: occurs when a compound conta…
Describe role of NAD+ and NADP+ in red…
NAD+ and NADP+ are able to carry electrons and protons from o…
High energy compounds
Compounds for energy storage typically done by formation of h…
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Microbio Lec Exam 5: Fungal Meningitis- Cryptococcosis
YES= DX!... -it's the 1 fungus that DOES…
Soil enriched with bird (pigeon) guano
crypto neoformans
crypto neoformans
does crypto neoformans have a capsule? (Y/N)
where can you find crypto neoformans?
most common cause of chronic meningitis in pts w/ AIDS?
dx?
YES= DX!... -it's the 1 fungus that DOES…
does crypto neoformans have a capsule? (Y/N)
Soil enriched with bird (pigeon) guano
where can you find crypto neoformans?
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Survey of Microorganisms
T-Bacteriopgage
Tobacco Mosaic Virus
Adenovirus
Influenza
Virus
Helical Virus
Icosahedral Virus
Enveloped Virus
T-Bacteriopgage
Virus
Tobacco Mosaic Virus
Helical Virus
69 termscreated on December 4, 2016
microbiology chapter 16-19
Innate immunity... a) involves a memory c…
Mucous membranes are a part of... a) cell…
According to the animation, B cells in…
Which of the following defense systems…
d) is nonspecific and present at birth.
d) innate defense.
a) helper T cells.
c) T lymphocytes
Innate immunity... a) involves a memory c…
d) is nonspecific and present at birth.
Mucous membranes are a part of... a) cell…
d) innate defense.
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Microbiology Lab Practical Exam 2
Oxidase Test
What is the purpose of the oxidase test?
Why should you read the results of the…
Catalase Test
Positive Oxidase Test:... -Turns blue within 20-30 seconds... *Ne…
-The tests is used to identify bacteria containing the respir…
-The reagents of this test are unstable, therefore they may o…
Positive Catalase... -Visible Bubble production... *Negative Cata…
Oxidase Test
Positive Oxidase Test:... -Turns blue within 20-30 seconds... *Ne…
What is the purpose of the oxidase test?
-The tests is used to identify bacteria containing the respir…
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Exam 3 Lec 19
Synthesis of viral genomes and protein…
Convention for RNA... +strand... -strand
Overview of Animal Viruses
Outcomes of Viral Infections in Animal…
1. New copies of the viral genome must be made. ... 2. Virus-sp…
+strand= mRNA can be directly translated... -strand= Complement…
-Entire virion enters the animal cell, unlike for prokaryotes…
Release of virions form host cell that does not result in cel…
Synthesis of viral genomes and protein…
1. New copies of the viral genome must be made. ... 2. Virus-sp…
Convention for RNA... +strand... -strand
+strand= mRNA can be directly translated... -strand= Complement…
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BIO 2200 Dr. Maryam Ahmed Human Microbiology: Test # 4
What must a pathogen do in order to ca…
What is the innate immune response?
What are some physical and chemical ba…
Second line defenses
1) gain access to body... 2) attach itself to the cells of its h…
- First line of defense: physical and chemical barriers (prev…
mucous membrane... skin... saliva... persiperation
cellular barriers to infection ... - operates when pathogens pen…
What must a pathogen do in order to ca…
1) gain access to body... 2) attach itself to the cells of its h…
What is the innate immune response?
- First line of defense: physical and chemical barriers (prev…
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chapter 18 circulatory system microbiology
malaria
falciparum malaria
AIDS
HIV
10 day incubation, fatigue aches, Nassau without diarrhea. ch…
persistent symptoms without relieve, and is subject for relap…
acquired immune deficiency syndrome, something you get after…
lives in memory cells, can only take over specific host recep…
malaria
10 day incubation, fatigue aches, Nassau without diarrhea. ch…
falciparum malaria
persistent symptoms without relieve, and is subject for relap…
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Microbiology final review
Describe some of the positive and nega…
Antonie von Leewenhoed... -what did he do
Louis Pasteur... -what did he do?
Robert Koch... -what did he do?
Positives:... -play a role in defense... -dependent on them for lif…
First to see draw and document bacteria
discovered the importance of aseptic techniques
-proved that bacterium cause infection/disease... -4 postulates…
Describe some of the positive and nega…
Positives:... -play a role in defense... -dependent on them for lif…
Antonie von Leewenhoed... -what did he do
First to see draw and document bacteria
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Adaptive, Specific Immunity and Immunization - Ch. 15
Specific Immunity
Is the 3rd Line of Defense "innate" or…
Immunocompetence
Antigen
-The "Adaptive" line of defense... -Had to learn through experie…
ACQUIRED
Dual System of B and T Lymphocytes
Molecules that stimulate a response by T and B cells... -Pick up…
Specific Immunity
-The "Adaptive" line of defense... -Had to learn through experie…
Is the 3rd Line of Defense "innate" or…
ACQUIRED
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Microbiology chapter 17 ( Adaptive Immunity)
Antigen
Allergin
Immunocompetence
Specify with respect to antibodies, im…
-Substance that causes the body to produce a *specific antibo…
An antigen that elicits hypersensitivity response or allergic…
is the ability to produce a normal immune response following…
Immune memory works when memory cells are activated by the pr…
Antigen
-Substance that causes the body to produce a *specific antibo…
Allergin
An antigen that elicits hypersensitivity response or allergic…
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Exam 5: Cumulative Review: Microbiology
Louis Pasteur
Francesco Redi
Robert Koch
Alexander Fleming
-Discredited the idea of spontaneous generation through his s…
This person performed an experiment to disprove spontaneous g…
-This person developed ... pure culture techniques... -Koch's postu…
This person serendipitously ... discovered ... the first antibiotic…
Louis Pasteur
-Discredited the idea of spontaneous generation through his s…
Francesco Redi
This person performed an experiment to disprove spontaneous g…
75 termscreated on December 4, 2016
MedMicro Subda CLHS Ch. 6
metabolism
Metabolic pathway
Reaction rate
Cofactor
The sum of all chemical reactions that occur within an organi…
a sequence of enzymatically catalyzed chemical reactions in a…
____________ is the frequency of collisions with enough energ…
__________ is the Non- protein component of an enzyme
metabolism
The sum of all chemical reactions that occur within an organi…
Metabolic pathway
a sequence of enzymatically catalyzed chemical reactions in a…
93 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Microbiology Chapter 20: Antimicrobials
who was responsible for the birth of m…
"magic bullet"
selective toxicity
Alexander Fleming
Paul Elrich
a substance, speculated by Paul Elrich, that could selectivel…
a chemical that selects for pathogens in order to destroy the…
observed growth of S. aureus was inhibited surrounding a colo…
who was responsible for the birth of m…
Paul Elrich
"magic bullet"
a substance, speculated by Paul Elrich, that could selectivel…
28 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Microbiology Chapter 26
What does the urinary system regulate?
What does the reproductive system prod…
How can you get a microbial disease in…
Flow of urine.
Chemical Composition of the blood... Excretes nitrogenous waste
Gametes... (for female it also provides a place to grow)
Outside sources or opportunity infections
Through kidneys, through ureters, to urinary bladder and fina…
What does the urinary system regulate?
Chemical Composition of the blood... Excretes nitrogenous waste
What does the reproductive system prod…
Gametes... (for female it also provides a place to grow)
22 termscreated on December 4, 2016
chapter 16
Staphylococcus aureus
Virulence factors of staphylococcus au…
Antibiotic resistance of staphylococcu…
Streptococcus pyogenes
-infections of the skin, blood, and bone... -food poisoning and…
-coagulase... -exotoxins... -exoenzymes
HA-MRSA and CA-MRSA
-infections of the skin and blood... -pharyngitis... -pneumonia... -sc…
Staphylococcus aureus
-infections of the skin, blood, and bone... -food poisoning and…
Virulence factors of staphylococcus au…
-coagulase... -exotoxins... -exoenzymes
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Mastering Microbiology Ch 13
We sometimes are able to generate anti…
Enveloped viruses have a layer of lipi…
What occurs during viral uncoating?
Which of the following statements conc…
Attachment
Release
The capsid breaks apart, releasing the viral genome
The "host range" for a virus is determined by the presence or…
We sometimes are able to generate anti…
Attachment
Enveloped viruses have a layer of lipi…
Release
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CESTODES
Describe the general characteristics o…
Taenia solium (I)
Taenia saginata (I)
Diphyllobothrium latum (I)
Hermaphroditic worms with flat, ribbon like bodies; individua…
Assoc with undercooked pork, autoinfection, fecal oral route,…
Assoc with undercooked beef, No cysticerosis in humans (only…
fish tapeworm, Assoc with raw/undercooked fish... 2 intermediate…
Describe the general characteristics o…
Hermaphroditic worms with flat, ribbon like bodies; individua…
Taenia solium (I)
Assoc with undercooked pork, autoinfection, fecal oral route,…
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Nematodes
Description of nematodes
Enterobius vermicularis (I)
Ascaris lumbricoides (I)
Trichuris trihiura (I)
Are cylindrical, thin filarial worms; live in the GI tract, b…
pinworms, asymmetrical eggs, eggs laid in perianal folds, aut…
low infectious dose, Pneumonitis... Appendix and intestinal bloc…
Whipworm, Assoc with human fertilizer use, Appendicitis, anem…
Description of nematodes
Are cylindrical, thin filarial worms; live in the GI tract, b…
Enterobius vermicularis (I)
pinworms, asymmetrical eggs, eggs laid in perianal folds, aut…
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Microbio Lec Exam 5: Bacterial & Protozoal Meningitis
bac
tx: penicillin G or ceftriaxone (or ch…
tx: ampicillin, ceftriaxone, or cefota…
tx: penicillin (or ceftriaxone or chlo…
which form of meningitis is worse: bac or viral?
tx & prevention for neisseria meningitidis?
tx & prevention for H. influenzae?
tx & prevention for Strep pneumoniae?
bac
which form of meningitis is worse: bac or viral?
tx: penicillin G or ceftriaxone (or ch…
tx & prevention for neisseria meningitidis?
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Microbiology FINAL EXAM!
What is Oxygenic Photosynthesis?
What is Anoxygenic Photosynthesis?
Who is Anton van Leewenhoek?... Who is Ro…
What are Koch's Postulates?
6CO2 + Sun + 6H2O -> C6H12O6 + 6O2 + ATP
6CO2 + 12H2S + Sun --> C6H12O6 + 12S + 6H2O + ATP
Anton: First to describe bacteria.... Hooke: Contemporary of van…
1. Pathogen present in all sick individuals but not in health…
What is Oxygenic Photosynthesis?
6CO2 + Sun + 6H2O -> C6H12O6 + 6O2 + ATP
What is Anoxygenic Photosynthesis?
6CO2 + 12H2S + Sun --> C6H12O6 + 12S + 6H2O + ATP
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Microbiology Lect - FINAL
Microbiology
Microorganisms
Eukaryotic
Prokaryotic
The study of organisms too small to be seen without a microsc…
Bacteria, Fungi, Viruses, Prions, Viroids
Multicellular organisms that have membrane-enclosed organelle…
Unicellular organisms that do not have membrane-bound organel…
Microbiology
The study of organisms too small to be seen without a microsc…
Microorganisms
Bacteria, Fungi, Viruses, Prions, Viroids
80 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Microbiology Practical Final
Resident flora
transient flora
tetanus, coleria
staph, strep
these normally cause little trouble, "permanent" resident of…
not normal residents, obtained by handling fomites. ... when you…
name two pathogenic bacteria
opportunistic pathogens
Resident flora
these normally cause little trouble, "permanent" resident of…
transient flora
not normal residents, obtained by handling fomites. ... when you…
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