X06Fin - MIMM314 VERSIO 1 * Annotated (02-05-06)* MCGILL U...

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MIMM314 1 ** Annotated (02-05-06)** MCGILL U&IVERSITY DEPARTME&T OF MICROBIOLOGY A&D IMMU&OLOGY Examiner : Dr. Roger Palfree Associate Examiner : Dr. Malcolm Baines Date : Tuesday, April 25, 2006 Time : 09:00 a.m. Place : GYM 1. Multiple choice questions are to be answered on the Answer Sheet provided. Do not fold or bend the sheets. 2. Print your name and student number on the front of the Answer Sheet. 3. (you will find it near the top of this page). 4. Read each question and its numbered answers. When you have decided which alternative is the BEST , mark the whole of the corresponding oval space (bubble) on your answer sheet. Avoid making any stray marks outside the oval. 5. Do not answer more than one mark for any question, otherwise the computer will reject your sheet. If erasing, erase completely. 6. Marking will be on the basis of +1 mark for a correct answer; questions unanswered or wrongly answered will be tallied as "0" when totalling your score. 7. You may use this test booklet for rough work in answering the questions. However, your score will depend upon the answers recorded on the sheet 8. No calculators, notes (texts), or dictionaries are allowed. 9. YOU MAY KEEP THIS EXAM ) Notes, text books, technical dictionaries are NOT allowed (translation dictionaries are permitted). The Examination Security Monitor Program detects pairs of students with unusually similar answer patterns on multiple-choice exams. Data generated by this program can be used as admissible evidence, either to initiate or corroborate an investigation or a charge of cheating under Section 16 of the Code of Student Conduct and Disciplinary Procedures.
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MIMM314 2 1. Who among the following developed the use of solid nutrient media for microbial growth and cloning, and identified several microbial pathogens.: 1. Louis Pasteur 2. Elie Metchnikoff 3. Paul Ehrlich 4. Lazzaro Spallanzani 5. Robert Koch 2. Which of the following would NOT be found in the skin and skin-associated lymphoid tissue? 1. keratinocytes 2. mast cells 3. antimicrobial peptides 4. M cells 5. Langerhans cells 3. Which of the following secreted signalling molecules stimulate production of acute phase proteins by hepatocytes? 1. IL-1 2. TNF-alpha 3. IL-6 4. All of the above 5. None of the above 4. If a bacterial pathogen could double three times in an hour in body fluids at 37 o C, and there is no innate immune system to prevent it from doing so, approximately how many of the bacteria would be present two days after infection with just one bacterium? 1.
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