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33) Which of the following would be selective against the tubercle bacillus? A) bacitracin inhibits peptidoglycan synthesis B) ethambutol inhibits mycolic acid synthesis C) streptogramin inhibits protein synthesis D) streptomycin inhibits protein synthesis E) vancomycin inhibits peptidoglycan synthesis Answer:B
Section:20.4 Blooms Taxonomy:Comprehension ASMcue Outcome:3.4 Learning Outcome:20.8 Global Outcome:5 34) In the presence of penicillin, a cell dies because
Section:20.3 Blooms Taxonomy:Knowledge ASMcue Outcome:3.4 Learning Outcome:20.5 35) Lamisil is an allylamine used to treat dermatomycoses. Lamisils method of action is similar to that of
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Section:20.4 Blooms Taxonomy:Analysis ASMcue Outcome:3.4 Learning Outcome:20.13 36) Niclosamide prevents ATP generation in mitochondria. You would expect this drug to be effective against
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Section:20.4 Blooms Taxonomy:Comprehension ASMcue Outcome:3.4 Learning Outcome:20.15 Global Outcome:7 37) Table 20.3 The following data were obtained from a broth dilution test: Concentration of Antibiotic XGrowth2.0 g/ml 1.0 g/ml 0.5 g/ml 0.25 g/ml +
0.125 g/ml 0 Bacteria from the 0.25 g/ml tube were transferred to new growth media containing antibiotic X with the following results: Concentration of Antibiotic XGrowth2.0 g/ml 1.0 g/ml 0.5 g/ml 0.25g/ml The data in Table 20.3 show that these bacteria + + + + + A) are pathogenic. B) developed resistance to antibiotics. C) were killed by 0.125 g/ml of antibiotic X. D) were killed by 0.5 g/ml of antibiotic X. E) were resistant to 1.0 g/ml at the start of the experiment. Answer:B
Section:20.5 Blooms Taxonomy:Analysis ASMcue Outcome:7.1b Learning Outcome:20.16 Global Outcome:3 38) Which of the following statements about drugs that competitively inhibit DNA polymerase or RNA polymerase is FALSE?
Section:20.3 Blooms Taxonomy:Comprehension ASMcue Outcome:3.4 Learning Outcome:20.5 Global Outcome:7

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