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PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION 1 NAME: ___________________ BIOMI 417 or VETMI 431 ID No.: ___________________ PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION 1 MEDICAL PARASITOLOGY BIOMI 417 or VETMI 431 DATE: October 9, 2003 PLEASE WRITE YOUR NAME ON EVERY PAGE. ALSO, RECORD YOUR ID NUMBER IF YOU KNOW WHAT IT IS. Examinations : Each examination will consist of 50 multiple-choice questions, with only a single correct answer per question. Keys will be posted as soon as it is verified that all students have taken the exam. I will change how a question is graded if it becomes obvious from class performance that it was written incorrectly or in an ambiguous manner. Answers are recorded on bubble sheets and graded by machine; I will also ask that answers be recorded on the test paper itself. It is probably going to take me a week to get this back to you, mainly because I will be out of town. I will get it aback as fast as I can. Grades: Each question on each examination will be worth 2 points; thus, there will be a total of 300 points in the course. Your final numeric total divided by 3 will determine your grade. Rounding is performed by the simple method that any fraction over a whole number will be rounded to the next whole number, i.e., 91.009, 91.1, and 91.7 will all equal 92. Grades will be based on the Cornell formula: <60 F, 60-62 D-, 63-65 D, 66-69 D+, 70-72 C-, 73-75 C, 76-79 C+, 80-82 B-, 83-85 B, 86-89 B+, 90-92 A-, 93-95 A, 96-100 A+. HAVE A GREAT BREAK CATCH SOMETHING THAT MAKES A GOOD PICTURE I GIVE YOU PERMISSION TO POST MY GRADE FOR THIS EXAMINATION BY ID YES NO SIGNED:____________________________
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PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION 1 NAME: ___________________ BIOMI 417 or VETMI 431 ID No.: ___________________ 1. You go water skiing in Florida in a fresh water lake and fall from the skis and fill your mouth and nose with water. Two days later you develop a severe headache. Three days later you are in a coma. A day later you have left the world as we know it. The autopsy reveals that a protozoa pathogen has entered your brain through your nose. You were most likely infected with a. Plasmodium falciparum b. Entamoeba histolytica c. Naegleria fowleri d. Toxoplasma gondii e. Trypanosoma gambiense 2. The cells infected in a person with Leishmania donovani are a. Muscle cells b. Liver cells c. Macrophages d. Nerve cells e. All of the above 3. You go to a small organic apple harvest in Maine. While there, you drink cider made from a bunch of apples collected by the local children from the ground in a cow pasture. You and most of the people you are with develop severe diarrhea that is fluid, watery, and without blood. There is no treatment, and two of your friends are sick enough to require hospitalization and fluid replacement therapy. You were most likely infected with. a.
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