Final_exam_and_key_2006

Final_exam_and_key_2006 - PABIO 201 FINAL EXAM FALL 2006...

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PABIO 201 F INAL E XAM F ALL 2006 M ONDAY , D ECEMBER 11 TH , 2006 Make sure your name is on BOTH the question and answer sheet. In this question sheet, please be sure to write your name on the top of EVERY PAGE . Make sure you are using a Scorepak PURPLE answer sheet, a #2 pencil, and that you mark only one circle per question completely and neatly. Write the test version [shown below] you received on the Purple answer sheet. If you mark this incorrectly, your test will not be graded according to the correct key. You are RESPONSIBLE for the correct transfer of your answers to the computer answer sheet. For the bonus questions, write the answers directly on the question sheet. Please read the questions carefully- some are worded very specifically. If you feel that two answers are correct, pick the BEST single answer. Your test will be available to pick up in the F-wing in front of Dr. Kenny’s office (F- 161C), and a key will be posted on the class website. Test Version: __A __ Student Name: ______________________________________ Student Identification #: _____________________________ Grade: _____________________________________________ Page 1 of 17
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Name:____________________ 1. Which one of the following diseases is asymptomatic, chronic, uniquely endemic to South America, and is not currently screened for in the U.S. blood supply? a. Chagas disease b. HIV c. HPV d. Malaria e. Trypanasoma cruzi 2. All of the following statements about multiple sclerosis are correct EXCEPT: a. demyelination of neurons occurs b. men are twice as likely to get it c. there are various treatment options d. an autoimmune reaction is to blame e. the highest rates in the US are in Washington state 3. Which of the following statements is true? a. Bacteriocidal drugs kill growing bacteria while bacteriostatic drugs inhibit growth b. Bacteriostatic drugs kill growing bacteria while bacteriocidal drugs inhibit growth. c. You should probably not treat bacterial infections with bacteriocidal and bacteriostatic drugs at the same time d. Both (a) and (c) are true e. Both (b) and (c) are true 4. True of false? The major cause of stomach ulcers is the bacterium Helicobacter pylori . a. True b. False 5. Which of the following significantly increases a person’s risk of having severe disease from infection with West Nile virus? a. Being an avid hiker b. Traveling to Africa c. Being over 50 years old d. Being a hemophiliac e. A previous infection with the virus 6. Clostridium botulinum and its toxin can be responsible for all of the following symptoms of disease EXCEPT: a. Respiratory failure b. Constipation c. Flaccid paralysis d. Blurred vision e. Septic shock Page 2 of 17
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Name:____________________ 7. What is the most effective way to prevent cholera infection? a.
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2009 for the course G H 201 taught by Professor White during the Fall '09 term at University of Washington.

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Final_exam_and_key_2006 - PABIO 201 FINAL EXAM FALL 2006...

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