Practice Test IV Answers - Microbiology (Bio 3713) Practice...

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Microbiology (Bio 3713) Practice Test IV Floyd L. Wormley Jr., Ph.D. Print Name:_____________________________ 1. Eukaryotic organisms that contain chlorophyll are called a. Algae b. Protozoa c. Cyanobacteria d. Salmonella 2. Ingestion of cyst produced by this organism in fecally contaminated food and water leads to nonbloody, foul smelling diarrhea with nausea and flatulence along with a number of other symptoms a. Leishmania donovani b. Giardia lamblia c. E. coli d. Naegleria fowleri 3. Causative agent of oral thrush in neonates and immune compromised individuals a. Candida albicans b. Tinea nigra c. Sporothrix schenckii d. Candida ontario 4. Protozoa can exist as ____________ , the vegetative or feeding form. a. reticulate bodies b. spores c. cysts d. trophozoites 5. Target for the antifungal drug Nystatin a. cytochrome P-450 b. LPS c. ergosterol d. DNA 6. Dimorphic fungi are capable of growing as a. rhizoids or hyphae b. yeast or mold c. germ tubes or buds 7. Trichomonas vaginalis can be diagnosed by visualization of ______________ in the vaginal discharge. a. cysts
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BIO 3713 taught by Professor Wormley during the Spring '08 term at The University of Texas at San Antonio- San Antonio.

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