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Bio2210 Exam 3 C

Bio2210 practice test

E. coli O157:H7 can cause food poisoning
Pseudomonas aeroginosa is best illustrated by contains many unique genes
Sarcodina members undergo locomotion by pseudopods
Causes peptic ulcers Helicobacter pylori
Photosynthetic bacteria cyanobacteria
One of the diseases caused by Salmonella is typhoid
Name three enteric bacterias Proteus,Shigella, and Escherichia
The Tsetse fly is the vector for African sleeping sickness
Bdellovibrio attacks, reproduces, and eventually lyse gram negative bacteria
Moraxella lacunata can cause conjunctivitis
Treptonema can cause syphilis
Flesh-eating bacteria belong to the genus Streptococcus
Alexandrium produces a neurotoxin that causes paralytic shellfish poisoning
Phytoplankton that live in the oceans are algae
Impetigo can be caused by Streptococcus
Which of the below is an endospore producer? Mycobacterium leprae, Clostridium perfringens, Rickettsia typhi, and Neissseria gonorrhoeae Clostridium perfringens
Protozoa are classified according to which criterion? mode of locomotion
Pseudopods as a means of locomotion belong to the phylum Sarcodina
Hyphae are structures associated which type of microorganisms? fungi
Typhoid Mary was a carrier of typhoid fever. The bacteria causing typhoid belongs to the genus Salmonella
All of the following are associated with Fungi in some way spores, yeast, and septate hyphae
Algae are classified according to their pigment production
Malaria is caused by Plasmodium
All fungi are chemoheterotrophic
Plasmodial slime molds belong to the domain Eukarya
Schistosoma is a type of fluke
The phylum to which Rhizopus (bread mold) belongs to is Zygomycotina
A pathogenic yeast capable of causing infections is Candida albicans
Lichens are a mutualistic combination of an alga or cyanobacteria and a fungus
Green algae belong to the phylum Chlorophyta
Entamoeba hystolytica is a parasite belonging to the grouping protozoa
The proglottid is found in the tapeworm
Ciliophora all have this in common are ciliated
Sac fungi belong to the phylum Ascomycotina
Bread mold belongs to the phylum Zygomycotina
Tinea species can cause ringworm
Viruses are obligate intracellular parasites
Reverse transcriptase is an enzyme that can make DNA from RNA
All of the following are characteristics of influenza A is a member of Orthomyxoviruses, has 10 genes on 8 RNA molecules, the bird and pig share this viruses and the pig and human share this virus, and are capable of an antigenic shift
DNA is the genetic material of which virus? bacteriophage
When viral DNA incorporates itself into the genome of human DNA, the viral DNA becomes a provirus
Retroviruses have all of the following structure except:an envelope. a capsid, tail fibers, two Rna molecules, and two reserve transcriptase molecules tail fibers
If viruses are considered living, it is probably because they have the capacity for reproducing within a host cell
A sheath, base plate, collar and tail fibers are structures of the bacteriophage
Helicobacter pylori stomach ulcer
Plasmodium malaria
Agrobacterium crown gall disease
Phaeophyta brown kelp
Tinea causes fungal infections
Rickettsia rickettsii Rocky Mountain spotted fever
Moraxella lacunata causes conjunctivitis
Pseudomonas aeroginosa genome contains many novel genes not found in other bacteria
Streptococcus pyogenes causes flesh eating disease
Sulfolobolu type of Archaea
Klebsiella pneumoniae pneumona, meningitis, bacteremia, wound infections, and UTIs
Mastigaphora move by flagella
Apicomplexa all members nonmotile
Closteridium tetani tetanus
Rhizobium the infection of legume roots by these gram negative, motile, rod-shaped bacteria causes the formation of special nitrogen-fixing organs called root nodules
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