Question 4 all of the following diseases are caused

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Question 4All of the following diseases are caused by fungi exceptQuestion 5What is the major difference between the cell walls of Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria?
3/30/2018Review Test Submission: BIOL 1020: Final Lecture Exam – ...3Question 6Match the transmission mode with the appropriate description belowQuestionChlamydia trachomatis, a sexually transmitted bacteriumMycobacterium tuberculosis, the acid-fast pathogen of tuberculosisBorrelia bergdorferi, the spirochete causing Lyme diseaseGiardia lamblia, the protozoan responsible for giardiasisStaphyloccocus aureus, a Gram-positive bacteriumQuestion 7Match the following terms associated with horizontal transfer to their descriptionsQuestionExchange of genetic information from a donor bacterium to a recipient by means of a pilusMobile genetic elements move within a cell from one chromosome position to another or betweendifferent molecules of DNAGenetic material is broken and joined to other genetic materialBacterial uptake and incorporation of exogenous DNATransfer of genetic material between bacteria by a bacteriophageQuestion 8Refer to the diagram to answer the next five (5) questions
3/30/2018Review Test Submission: BIOL 1020: Final Lecture Exam – ...4QuestionBased on the plate data, which antibiotic is most effective against Gram positive bacteriaBased on the plate data, which antibiotic has the least effect on Gram negative bacteriaBased on the plate data, which antibiotic is most effective against Gram negative bacteria?Based on the plate data, which antibiotic is least effective on Gram positive bacteria?Of the antibiotics tested, which ONE would you most likely use to kill the most bacteria when a broad-spectrum antibiotic is called for?Question 9Select the correct term for antimicrobial agents which inhibit bacterial growth but generally do not killthe organismQuestion 10Match each viral infection with its descriptionQuestionVirus is present but dormant (not causing disease) in the bodyCausing malformation of an embryo or fetus
3/30/2018Review Test Submission: BIOL 1020: Final Lecture Exam – ...5Results in the destruction of the infected cellCausing or giving rise to cancerCharacterized by the continued presences of infectious virus following the primary infection andcausing recurrent disease

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