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Study Guide for final exam in Biol 261 – Spring 2011 1. What is the mode of transmission for tuberculosis? What type of stain is used to diagnose TB? What type of sample would you need to diagnose TB? 2. What is the best way to control west nile encephalitis? 3. Bacteremia means? Septicemia means? Infection implies? 4. The vector for bubonic plague, Hanta virus and Yersina are? What does a vector do? 5. What are the symptoms of Lyme disease? What is the vector for Lyme’s disease? What is the reservoir for Lyme’s disease? How do you prevent Lyme’s disease? What is the gram reaction and morphology of the organism that causes Lyme’s Disease? What is the name of the etiological agent (cause) of Lyme’s disease? 6. Which bacteria may produce infections of the skin or lungs with blue green pus? What is the gram reaction of this organism? 7. A natural reservoir for the organism that causes Hansen’s disease is? What causes Hansen’s disease? What is another name for this disease? 8. An inanimate object that transmits infectious agents between hosts is called a ____ and some examples are? What are some diseases that are spread in this mode of transmission? 9. The sample needed to determine a person’s antibody titer is ….. What is the antibody titer? What does it tell you if the titer goes up? What does the body do before the titer goes up? 10. Reservoirs for rabies include … How is rabies controlled?
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