Exam-Three Review - MCB 2000 Exam Three Study guide 1 How...

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MCB 2000 Exam Three Study guide 1. How skin wards off infection. Name and describe two layers of skin 2. Which bacteria cause folliculities? What are different forms of the disease? 3. List and describe the mode of action of various virulence factors possessed by Staph 4. What makes Staph resist phagocytic cells? Name other bacteria resistant to phagocytosis 5. Explain how microbes may survive in body and cause septicemia 6. Name several systemic infections 7. What are the important features of herpes viruses? Compare HSV-1 and HSV-2? 8. What are the important features of plague? How one can control the disease? 9. What are arboviral diseases? What is the difference between meningitis and encephalitis? 10. Explain how a simple foot infection may result in developing gangrene. 11. What is LPS? What are the consequences of release of LPS? 12. Name the antibiotic used to treat Staph infections. Why resistance to this drug is an issue 13. Compare and contrast impetigo and erysipelas. 14. Which genus of organisms is the most infectious to human? 15. Define and give several examples of Zoonotic diseases 16. Name diseases caused by Strep pyogenees. Name the virulence factors possessed by this organism 17. What are the characteristics of the disease called necrotizing fasciitis? 18. Describe how acne bacteria damages the skin 19. What is the most important characteristic of Pseudomonas aeruginosa ? 20. Define arthropod-borne disease. Give examples and indicate which insect is involved in each case 21.
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