Black Piedra

Black Piedra - a Southeast Asia b South America c Africa d...

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Questions for Black Piedra 1. Which of the following best describes Black Piedra D a. Nodules, consisting of hyphae from Piedraia hortai and are usually hard and stone like. b. Brown to black nodules that can get up to 9 mm in diameter c. Septate mycelium that have Ascospores d. All of the Above e. None of the Above 2. What is the cause of Black Piedra? B a. An infected cut b. Piedraia hortae c. Feces d. Beigelii e. Apsergillus 3. Where do most of the Black Piedra cases occur? C
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Unformatted text preview: a. Southeast Asia b. South America c. Africa d. Both a and b e. A, b, and c 4. How does Lamisil work to destroy Black Piedra? B a. blocks phospholipid bilayer of cell membrane b. inhibits squalene epoxidase, resulting in a deficiency of ergosterol c. destroys ergosterol, causing the fungal cell to die d. attacks squalene epoxidase to halt fungal cell activities 5. What part of the body is Black Piedra affect? C a. tissue b. feet c. hair d. skin...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course BIO 206 taught by Professor Fischerman during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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