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microbio test r

intro to microbiology test review

viral hepatisis is viscerotrophic
microorganisms that borrow ribosomes from host cell virus
which is not motile cocci
what will kill spores autoclaving
microorganism that requires oxygen to live aerobe
capable of of growing in absence of organic compounds; self-nourishing autotrophic
virus that attacks bacteria bacteriophage
method of asexual reproduction in which the cell divides into 2 parts binary fission
when a surface is competely free from all living microorganisms & spores sterile
minute living body not perceptible to the naked eye microorganism
science of structure & form morphology
study of fungi mycology
lives on everyone normal flora
infection acquired in a hospital nosocomial infection
organism that can only grow on living cells parasite
disease causing microorganism pathogen
organism living on decaying/dead organic matter saprophyte
relative power of a pathogen to cause disease virulence
class of microorganism viruses
class of microorganism rickettsiae
class of microorganism fungi
class of microorganism protozoa
class of microorganism bacteria
1 organism produces substances or causes condition which are lethal for other organisms antibiosis
derives benefits from others mutualism
rubella is also called german measels
sprial shaped bacteria spirillum
cling together in a long chain streptococci
inactive form of bacteria spores
increase virulence of bacteria capsules
byproduct after bacteria dies endotoxins
tetanus is an example of this exotoxin
most bacteria grow best under which condition slightly on the alkaline side
most post-operative wound infection straphylococcus aureus
gas gangrene clostridium perfringens
gastroenteritis escherichia coli
tetnus causes what lock jaw
whooping cough bordetella pertussis
scarlet fever streptococcus pyogenes
another name for helminths worms
interferon has what effect on the virus blocks it
type of dermotrophic viruses small pox
type of dermotrophic viruses chicken pox
type of pneumotrophic viruses common cold
type of pneumotrophic viruses flu
type of neurotrophic viruses rabies
type of neurotrophic viruses polio myelitis
type of viscerotrophic mumps
type of viscerotrophic yellow fever
obligate intracellular parasite virus
Created by: clmcnees