Test Answers on Pathophysiology Flashcards

Test 1 – Microbiology Test Answers

          Gram positive cell wall characteristics 1.  Linear polymers of NAG and NAM linked with beta 1,4 bond; teichoic acid and lipoteichoic acid (major role as anchoring sites to cytoplasmic membrane) 2.  Teichoic acid- only found in G + cell walls- major antigens         Gram negative cell wall […]

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RA – Microbiology

Role of Regulatory Affairs Liason between FDA and company; Liason between company and FDA; Liason between functional areas within company Role of the Regulatory Professional Long-term strategic planning; Risk analysis; Tactical and operational support; Provide updates on regulations and guidance documents; Monitor current FDA environment; Ensure compliance with regulations Regulatory Divisions Clinical; CMC; Post-marketing; Regulatory […]

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For Ann M – Microbiology

Define Immunology study of the immune system and immune reponses Define Immunity resistance to an infection What is the significance of Human Immunity ? production of antibodies What is the significance of Cell-Mediated Immunity? involves macrophages, T Cells, Hypersensitivity cells, natural Killer cells, and granulocytes [Note: Antibodies DO NOT play a majoy role] What are […]

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Final – Microbiology Test Answers

Robert Hooke Examined cork slices through his rudimentary microscope and described “cella.” Anton van Leeuwenhoek Produced a microscope with 300X magnification, which allowed him to visualize for the first time “animalcules.” Francesco Redi disputes Spontaneous Generation In the open jar, maggots appeared on the meat. In the covered jaw, no maggots appeared. John Needham’s experiment […]

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Final – Microbiology Flashcard Answers

The secondary structure of a protein relates to the a. nucleic acid sequence of the DNA b. messenger RNA c. sequence of amino acids d. presence of helix and sheet d. presence of helix and sheet Functional groups are often involved in reactions involving ______ reactions. a. inorganic b. ionic c. organic d. inelastic c. […]

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final – Microbiology Flashcards with Answers

The use of nitrate by e coli is important to the organism because  it is a final electron acceptor fermentation differs from respiration in that fermantation does not require oxygen electrons from oxidative phospurylation can originate from? the krebs cycle and glycolysis anergy is stored as atp bacterial photosynthesis does not produce oxygen an M-RNA […]

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Answers on Final – Microbiology Flashcards

What time of disease is the most common infectious disease globally? A. HIV B. Tb. C. Respiratory Infections D.Diarrheal Disease E.Parasitic disease Which of the following are pleaces where mmicrobiologists can be found? A. Industry B. Governement C. Universities D. 2nd Floor Wettaw building. C. All Above. Greather than 30% of all organisms we known […]

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exam1 – Microbiology

Features common to all cell types Bounded by a plasma membrane Contain cytoplasm Utilize energy and raw materials through metabolism Have both DNA and RNA Reproduce by cell division processes Prokaryotic Cells Have: no (or few) internal membranes  Many processes that are associated with organelles in eukaryotes (e.g. Respiration, photosynthesis) are mediated by specialized regions […]

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Test Questions on Exam 3 – Microbiology

Vaginitis Tricomonas Vaginalis Candida Albicans Vaginosis  Mobiluncus spp. Gardnerella Vaginitis  Environment for Trichomonas Vaginalis? Obligate Anaerobe What are the agents that account for 50% of all cases of vaginitis and vaginosis?   What are the environments of these agents? Mobiluncus  Gardnerella   Both are obligate anaerobes  Most common agent of acute, uncomplicated cystitis (79%)? Escheria […]

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Test Questions on Exam 2 – Microbiology

What are the symptoms of Botulism? Blurred vision slurred speech difficulty swallowing labored breathing flaccid paralysis What are the sypmptoms of Staphylococcal food poisoning? vomiting abdominal cramps nausea diarrhea *Symptoms only last an hour* Complete recovery in 24 hours What are the symptoms of Clostridial food-poisoning? Diarrhea No vomiting What are the symptoms of Typhoid […]

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Test Answers on Exam 1 – Microbiology

What does the host provide to the parasite? 1. Space to live2. Food3. Protection Homogenetic Relationship between 2 individuals ain the same species Heterogenetic Relationship between 2 individuals of different species Competition 2 species compete for same resources Predation One species kills and eats another Symbiotic 2 organisms living in close association Symbiosis includes PhoresisCommensalismParasitismMutalism […]

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Test Questions on Exam 1 – Microbiology

Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Dutch (1623-1723) first microscopes. Viewed “beasties”- microbes. He was able to view bacteria, archea, fungi, algae, single-celled protozoa, and small multi-cellular animals. microorganism/microbe an organism too small to be seen without a microscope Carolus Linnaeus Swedish (1707-1778) developed taxonomic system for naming plants and animals and grouping similar organisms together. prokaryotes -lack […]

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Exam 1 – Microbiology Terms

Who is the father of Microbiology, who first viewed “animalcules” (protozoa)? Anton van Leeuwenhoek (1632 – 1723) 1 Micron = 1/1000th of a mm The cell diameter of a Protozoa is? 100 microns The Cell diameter for Algae is? 10 – 100 microns The Cell diameter for Fungi is? 10 microns The Cell diameter for […]

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EES 851 – Microbiology

Steptococcus lactis used as an example to show that the stepto- refers to a chain while the –coccus refers to spherical balls Deinoccus heterotroph, best known for radiation resistance, gram +, uses variety of substrates Escherichia coli example o f a fermentative bacteria, ferments lactose, Danish scientist isolated & identified, can be shorted when famous […]

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Microbiology Chapter 9 And 10

 Definition: Reduction in the number ofmicroorganisms and viruses, particularlypotential pathogens, on living tissue   Ex: Iodine; alcohol    Comments: Antiseptics are frequently disinfectantswhose strength has been reduced to makethem safe for living tissues. Antisepsis  Definition :Refers to an environment or procedurefree of pathogenic contaminants    Ex: Preparation of surgical field;handwashing; flame sterilizationof laboratory equipment   […]

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Chapter 9 – Microbiology

sterilization refers to the removal of the destruction of all microbes, including viruses and bacterial endospores prions infectious proteinsvery resistant, not killed during standard sterilization procedures aseptic describes an environment or procedure that is free of contamination by pathogens disinfection refers to the use of chemical or physical agents known as disinfectants to inhibit or […]

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BMSC 210 – Microbiology Answers

The central dogma DNA –> RNA –> Protein Replication –> Transcription –> Translation Multiple genes that are organized together on a genome: Operon Operon A group of related genes arranged in a linear fashion whose expression is under control of a single operon –> allows for expression of multiple genes to be coordinated. The backbone […]

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