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Unit VII

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What characteristic visual observation does Capnocytophaga demonstrate causing a haze on the surface of the agar? "gliding motility"
Brain heart infusion media supplemented with yeast extract and 20% horse serum is used for what organism? Streptobacillus moniliforms
What growth requirement do Capnocytophaga ochracea and Streptobacillus moniliforms have in common? both require increased CO2
A patient presents with "rat- bite" fever. A BHI cysteine broth is inoculated and incubated in increased CO2. "Fluff balls" or "bread crumbs" are seen near the bottom of the tube. Identify the organism. Streptobacillus moniliforms
What disease is acquired from ingestion of contaminated milk, food, and water? What organism causes this? Haver hill disease; Streptobacillus moniliforms
Identify the organism in which the gram stain shows fusiform shape bacilli with tapered ends, does not grow on MAC, and is a glucose fermenter Capnocytophaga
Capnocytophage is the part of the normal oral flora, but can be a causative agent of what disease? What else is it associated with? periodontal disease; also associated with sepsis in leukemic/ granulecytopenia/ neutropenic patient
Created by: slints