MidtermA_test_and_key_2007

MidtermA_test_and_key_2007 - PABIO 201 M IDTERM E XAM F ALL...

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Unformatted text preview: PABIO 201 M IDTERM E XAM F ALL 2007 T UESDAY , O CTOBER 30 TH , 2007 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 #: _____________________________ 2 PABIO 201- Fall 2007 Midterm Exam Version A Tuesday, October 30, 2007 NAME: _______________________ 1. All of the following pathogens live within a host cell at some point in their life cycle (intracellular) EXCEPT: A. Malaria B. Giardia C. Trypanosoma cruzi D. Toxoplasma E. Chlamydia 2. All of the following are true for Mycobacterium tuberculosis EXCEPT: A. Exposure occurs through inhalation of aerosolized particles B. The genomic DNA is contained within a nucleus C. Immunodeficiency can trigger reactivation of a latent infection D. During latency, the infected person is minimally infectious E. This organism generates proteins in accordance with the Central Dogma 3. Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS) was identified in 1993 AND: A. Belongs to the family of reverse-transcribing DNA viruses B. Is more frequently observed in older males C. Is found predominantly in Europe and Asia D. Is transmitted by contact with deer mice E. Specifically targets the kidneys of infected individuals 4. Kochs postulates were designed to establish a causal relationship between a pathogen and a disease. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING must be true in order for a pathogen to meet the criteria of Kochs postulates? A. The pathogen must be isolated from and propagated outside of an infected host B. The pathogen must be found in most if not all cases of disease C. The pathogen must be shown to be transmissible to others D. Only B and C E. A, B and C 5. Regarding KSHV, which causes Kaposis sarcoma in AIDS patients, the following is true: A. It is a DNA virus B. It forms hyphae at room temperature C. It is associated with pseudomembranous or erythematous forms D. It is transmitted by cats E. It appears with CD4 counts above 200 per milliliter 3 PABIO 201- Fall 2007 Midterm Exam Version A Tuesday, October 30, 2007 NAME: _______________________ 6. DNA amplification and sequencing technologies have revolutionized the field of molecular biology. In terms of infectious disease, all of the following can be deduced from a known DNA sequence EXCEPT:...
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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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