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2006_Midterm_and_Key - PABIO 201 MIDTERM EXAM FALL 2006...

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PABIO 201 M IDTERM E XAM F ALL 2006 T HURSDAY , O CTOBER 26 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. Your grade will be returned to you in class. If you wish to have your examination returned privately, give the proctor of the examination a note to that effect. Test Version: __A __ Student Name: ______________________________________ Student Identification #: _____________________________ Grade: _____________________________________________
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2 PABIO 201- Fall 2006 Midterm Exam Version A Thursday, October 26, 2006 NAME: _______________________ 1. Which of the following CANNOT be an infectious agent? a. Bacteria b. Virus c. Toxoid d. Fungus e. Parasite 2. How is severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) spread? a. Contaminated blood products b. Close contact with mouse droppings c. Eating contaminated food d. Person to person via sexual activity e. Person to person via respiratory secretions and feces 3. Which of the following populations should AVOID receiving an annual influenza vaccine? a. Elderly b. Pregnant women c. HIV positive d. People with allergies to eggs e. Health care workers 4. True or False? Highly-active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) used to treat HIV infection has no adverse side effects, and the only reason for lack of compliance is the high cost. a. True b. False 5. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a molecular method that can be used as a diagnostic tool when you have: a. antibodies present in a patient sample. b. a pathogen you are able to culture from a patient sample. c. pathogen DNA present in a patient sample. d. when a viral pathogen, but not a bacterial pathogen, is causing the infection. e. All of the above. 6. Zoonotic diseases… a. are diseases that are transferred from an animal reservoir to a human host. b. are diseases that are transferred from a human host to an animal reservoir. c. are diseases from wild animals that infect domestic animals. d. are diseases that only infect zoo workers. e. none of the above. 7. What is the main practical use of Koch’s postulates? a. To determine the cause of a diseased person’s death b. To calculate the degree of morbidity in a susceptible population c. To determine the causative agent of an infectious disease d. To define whether a disease is emerging or not e. All of the above
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3 PABIO 201- Fall 2006 Midterm Exam Version A Thursday, October 26, 2006 NAME: _______________________ 8. Which of the following is true? a.
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