ReviewFinal exam B301

ReviewFinal exam B301 - Review Sheet Bio 301 Spring 2008...

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Review Sheet Bio 301 Spring 2008 Final Exam This exam is a cumulative exam with an emphasis on the new material. Study your old exams and your old study guides. 1. Is HIV/AIDS considered a preventable disease? Why? 2. What are the major routes of transmission? Which are the most and least effective routes? 3. What is the most common mode of transmission worldwide? In US? 4. What are some of the factors that drive sexual transmission? 5. What are some of the factors that drive transmission by blood? 6. Have an idea about statistics of infected population. What percentages are women, men, and children? What percentages acquire it by homosexual contact, heterosexual contact, IV drug use? 7. What are the numbers of infected women, men, and children worldwide? What are the percentages in Africa? 8. Be able to list highest risk of behavior to the lowest. 9. Who is most at risk? 10. What bodily fluids can you find the HIV virus? 11. What are risk factors that increase chance of infection with HIV? What are the
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2009 for the course BIOL 301 taught by Professor Kocache,m during the Spring '08 term at George Mason.

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