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Fungi Exam Review

Exam 4

QuestionAnswer
what is the etiological agent of histoplasmosis? histoplasma capsulatum
How is histoplasmosis transmitted? inhalation of spores
What are the symptoms of histoplasmosis? mild flu like
What is the etiological agent of candidasis? candida albicans
How is candidasis transmitted? opportunistic or STD, contact
What are the symptoms of candidiasis? vulvovaginitis= redness, itching, burning in vaginal thrush= white lesions in mouth, pain
What is the etiological agent of coccidioidomycosis? coccidioides immitis
How is coccidioidmycosis transmitted? inhalation of spores
What are the symptoms of coccidioidmycosis? cough, chest pain, fever
What is the etiological agent of blastomycosis? blastomyces dermatitidis
How is blastomycosis transmitted? inhalation of spores
What are the symptoms of blastomycosis? deep cough, chest pain
What is the etiological agent of cryptoccosis? cryptococcus neoformans
How is cryptoccosis transmitted? yeast is inhaled
What are the symptoms of cryptoccosis? headache, neck stiffness, paralysis
How are spores classified? according to how they make spores
example of zygomycota fungus rhizopus
example of ascomycota fungus aspergillas, saccharmoyces
example of basidiomycota fungus mushrooms
example of deuteromycota candida, athlete's feet, jock itch, ringworm
Created by: keshia28