HW_Ch 31 - Chapter 31: HW MCQ: 1) The final outcome of most...

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Chapter 31: HW MCQ: 1) The final outcome of most host-parasite relationships depends on A. the number of organisms present in or on the host. B. the virulence of the organism. C. the host's defenses. D. all of the choices 2) Which of the following is required of a pathogen to be successful at causing an infectious disease? A. Ability to enter the host B. Ability to adhere, colonize and invade host tissue C. Ability to cause damage to host tissue D. All of the above 3) An inanimate object that may be contaminated with a pathogen is called a A. vector. B. fomite. C. zoonoses. D. none of the choices 4) In external (mechanical) vector-borne transmission, the pathogen is carried A. on a fomite. B. on the body surface of a vector. C. within the vector. D. all of the choices 5) Listeria monocytogenes propels itself through mammalian host cells using: A. a modified form of gliding motility. B. host cell actin and other cytoskeletal proteins.
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HW_Ch 31 - Chapter 31: HW MCQ: 1) The final outcome of most...

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