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The correct scientific classification sequence Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
Pure sodium and potassium are Moisture can make it ignite
The definition of siderosis is? An inhalation disease of iron or metal particles, specifically Pneumoconiosis
Pica is: Leaded paint chips
Correct sanitiziing requires: Hot water (180 degrees F steam)
PERC Test requires An auger to dig the hole, needs to be 2 to 3 feet deep, and pre-soak the hole for 24 hours.
Clarified waste water froma septic tank is seperated by a: Distribution box?
Lagoonization requires: Shallow depths, land, and sunlight
Sludge digestion requires: Gas producing anaerobes
Radon is dangerous? It is a poisonous gas
An inversion is defined as: Cold air over warm air
Manual/hand dish washing chemical disinfection is a minimum of 50 ppm. T/F False, must be 100 ppm for hand washing, and 50 for dishwashing
Reservoir is? Where an organism can live and multiply
The wood tick, Dermacentor sp. is responsible for: Colorado tick fever and Rocky mountain spotted fever
Inoculation of a killed agend is a form of: Acquired -active immunity
Toxins which undergo dimerization: Are deactivated by heat
Drinking mountain water may cause: Giardiasis infection
30 minutes later, illness strikes after consuming soda beverage. May be: Possible chemical food poisoning
Carbon monoxide has an affinity for the hemoglobin 200
An exotoxin: Is produced when organism is alive
Black flies prefer to breed in: swift moving waters
Transfusion associated hepatitis is known as: Hepatitis C
Negri bodies are: Rabies identification
Hanta virus major mode of transmission is: Breathing infected virus
To disinfect anthrax spores, you must: Use 10% formalin solution @ 110 degrees for 4 hours, incinerate
Deer flies are commonly implicated Tularemia
Heat stable toxins: Not affected by high temperatures
Botulism from canned salmon can be attributed to: Butulism E
The floppy baby syndrome is associated with: Infant botulism
Clostridium perfringens produces Enterotoxins
A bacterial organism that affects ailing liver: Vibrio vulnificus
Plasmodium falciparum is known as A deadly malaria organism
Jail house fever vector is a Louse
Aniskiasis can be attributed to: Eating raw fish
Active immunity is best described as Formed after infection, formed by the body
Bubonic plague vector is X. cheopis
Deerflies prefer to breed in Calm waters
Octave wave band analyzers test: Different frequencies of sound
The vector for yellow fever is: Aedes mosquito
What is the formula for the surface area of a circle? pi r^2
What is the formula for a rectangle Length X Width
Occupancy load for a pool Pool surface divided by 20
After breakpoint chlorination is achieved: Residual chlorine is produced
At 10 feet from a single noise source of 100 dB The decibel reading is 100 dB
T.L.V's are Published by NIOSH
A respirator only and boots is what level PPE? Level D PPE which is the lowest protection
The D.O.T regulates facility posting? T/F True, transportation
Lagoonization effectiness increases with depth. T/F False, needs to be shallow 3-5 feet
The slope of a landfill is 2:1 T/F True, 2:1 is the IDEAL slope, but final closing slope is 3:1
Landfill and sewage sludge digestion produce: Methane and Carbon dioxide
Food-borne illness occurs when you combine what three factors? Time-temperature abuse, cross-contamination, and unacceptable personal hygiene.
For foodborne illnes to be considered an "outbreak", how many people must experience illness after eating the same food? 2
An effective food-safety system such as HACCP does what? Prevents food-safety hazards before they occur
The largest threat to food safety comes from which of the following contaminats? Microorganisms
To prevent cross-contamination, foodhandlers should not: Touch raw meat and then touch cooked or ready-to-eat food
Foodhandlers must practice all of the following hygienic practices: Proper handwashing, daily bathing, wearing clean clothing to work
Why do peole who live with chronic illnesses have a higher risk of contracting a foodborne illness? Their internal disease-fighting systems are likely to be weaker than normal.
Which type of food would be the most likely to cause a foodborne illness? Tomato juice, Baked potatoes, Stored whole wheat flour, or dry powdered milk? Baked potatoes
Your restaurant is closed Sunday and Monday. Tuesday morning you open the restaurant and notice that the refrigerator is not running. When you check the internal thermometer, it reads 50 degrees F (10 degrees C). What do you do with the fresh ground beef? Discard it
Which of the following is not a common characteristic of potentially hazardous foods? a) they are moist b) they are dry c) they are neutral/slightly acidic d) they're high in protein b) they are dry
Foodborne intoxication symptoms: Appear quickly, within a few hours
Which of the following microorganisms is most likely to cause a foodborne infection? a)Listeria monocytogenes b) Bacillus cereus c) E. coli O157:H7 d) Clostridium botulinum a) Listeria monocytogenes
Which of the following microorganisms is most likely to cause a foodborne intoxication? a) Staphylococcus aureas b) Shigella c) Campylobacter jejuni d) Salmonella a) Staphylococcus aureus
Which of the following foods is commonly associated with an outbreak of Bacillus cereus? Cooked rice
Which of the following foods is commonly associated with an outbreak of Vibrio? Raw oysters
To what does the acronym FAT-TOMB refer? The conditions that support the growth of microorganisms
All the following are conditions that support the growth of microorganisms except: a) moisture b) a protein or carbohydrate food source c) high acidity d) temperatures between 41 and 140 degrees F c) high acidity
A person who has a foodborne infection has most likely eaten a food containing a) ciguatoxin b) plant toxin c) histamine d) a live microorganism d) a live microorganism
Which food is more likely to transmit parasites to humans? a) improperly cooked eggs b) improperly frozen sushi c) improperly refrigerated milk d) unpasteurized apple juice b) improperly frozen sushi
Ciguatera toxin definition and source Ciguatera toxin tends to accumulate in predator fish, such as the barracuda and other carnivorous reef fish, because they eat other fish that consume toxin-producing algae (dinoflagellates) that live in coral reef waters
Purchasing food products from approved suppliers does what? Prevents the contamination of food
Which of the following items is an example of a physical food contaminant? a) a wild mushroom b) dirt on a head of lettuce c) temperature-abused tuna steak d) sulfites used to preserve a package of dried apricots Dirt on a head of lettuce
All of the following can lead to the contamination of food EXCEPT a) cooking tomato sauce in a copper pot b) storing orange juice in a pewter pitcher c) using a backflow prevention device on a carbonated beverage dispenser d) fruit punch galvanized tub c)using a backflow prevention device on a carbonated beverage dispenser
Which statement is true about fish containing ciguatera or scromboid (histamine) toxins? a) freezing will destroy these toxins b) cooking will not destroy these toxins c) proper receiving prevents toxins from making a person sick d)cooking destroys toxin b) cooking will not destroy these toxins
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