File-073 - BIO 119 File-073 McCague Final Exam Directions...

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BIO 119 McCague File-073 Final Exam Directions: For each of the following Questions, there is only one correct answer. Mark the correct answer in the appropriate slot on your answer sheet. Matching: Match the organism with the disease it can cause. a. Borrelia duttonii d. Bacillus anthracis b. Borrelia recurrentis e. Clostridium tetani c. Bordetelis pertussis 1. Bacteria causing “lock-jaw”. 2. Bacteria responsible for anthrax in man 3. Bacteria causing whooping cough. 4. Bacteria is carried by ticks and causes relapse fever. 5. Bacteria is carried by body louse and causes relapse fever. 6. A toxin produced by this organism is one of the most deadly to man. The organism grows in a strictly anaerobic state and causes a type of food poisoning: It is: a. Clostridium perfringens d. Staphlococcus aureus b. Clostridium tetani e. none of these c. Clostridium botulinum 7. Lasting immunity usually follows: 8. Hepatitis can easily be contracted by: 1
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BIO 119 McCague File-073 9. The geographical distribution of infectious disease as compared to cancer is: a. overlapping b. disjunct c. impossible to determine d. dependent on population density d. tropical for disease and subtropical for cancer 10. Antibodies are derived largely from: 11. The process whereby bacteria that have clumped are removed form the blood stream is called: a. precipitation d. phagocytosis b. agglutination e. none of these c. immunization 12. An antigen stimulates the production of: 13. Orchitis is: 14. SIM media can be used to distinguish microorganisms. This media tests for: 2
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BIO 119 McCague File-073 15 – 19 Matching a. Pasteurella (Yersinia) d. Salmonella b. Pasteurella (Frecisella) e. Treponema c. Pseudomonas aeruginosa
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