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  • ... True. T/F Second Generation Cephalosporin act against Gram – bacteria but better than first generation. True. ... What Bacteria causes Lyme Disease that is treated with Tetracyclines? Borrelia Burgdoferi. Vancomycin works against? ...
  • ... ADE Rifampin, -Stains body secretions orange. Dormant/stationary phase bacteria are generally harder to kill*Bacteriostatic antibiotics ultimately rely on the host immune system for clearance*, *Antagonism*. ...
  • ... And even with the evolution of more complex eukaryotic cells, prokaryotes are supremely successful. All bacteria and bacteria-like Archaea are prokaryotic organisms. ... flagella, locomotion organelles in some bacteria. ...
  • ... communsalism, interaction between species that benefits only one species involved. Biofilms, aggregations of bacteria containing regions of specialized function. ... pathogens, disease causing bacteria, Microbes that cause disease. ...
  • ... Neur/Nerv, Nerve; tendon. mela melan, black dark. bacteria, extremely small, single-celled organisms without a nucleus; prokaryotic cells, most ancient lineage. ... Organisms with prokaryotic cells (bacteria and archaea) are called prokaryotes...
  • ... hyper-, above; beyond; over. Aphotic Zone, little light penetrates. Large intestine, -Ascending, traverse, descending -Symbiotic bacteria (breakdown cellulose/make gas). ... Deletion, Delete a base. Bacteriophages, Viruses that infect bacteria...
  • ... cytology, study of cells. half life of carbon, 5600. Bacteria, includes prokaryotes, including bacteria closely related to chloroplasts and mitochondria. ... Bacteriaology, study of bacteria. Base, Reduces hydrogen ion concentration. ...
  • ... toe web infection, P. aeruginosa. cause of pertussis, Bordatella pertussis. Biofilms, Bacteria attached to surfaces and encased in a hydrated polymeric matrix containing polysaccharides, proteins, and nucleic acids. Effectors (Effector toxins)...
  • ... naming of units, nomenclature. Leptospira interrogans, aquatic; jaundice; leptospirosis. Salmonella equi, Horses: carrier reservoir. Growth Factors, Preformed organic compounds that all pathogenic bacteria need. Antimicrobial selection for B-h...
  • ... claw hand, leprosy; Mycobacterium leprae. Rx for MDR Tb, athambiotol. Acidfast bacteria, Mycobacteria. Contain large amounts of waxes, making the cells impervious to harsh chemicals. No peptidoglycan. Staphylococcus hyicus, Exudative epidermit...
  • ... Terms, Definitions. Bacillus, rod. Spirochetes (atypical bacteria), spirilla motile. Casien, Milk protein. ... bacteriocidal agent, an agent that kills bacteria. proteolysis, proteins --> amino acids --> amines. What is usually the cloni...
  • ... Campylobacter infection --> crossreactive ab's to GM1 ganglioside on myelin sheaths. Virulence factors of Shigella? -acid tolerant--> survive stomach -causes abscesses/ulceration on large bowel -VIRULENCE PLASMID: invasion lo...
  • ... antiobiotic susceptibility determination by disk diffusion, kirby bauer technique. SALMONELLA SPP(SAMONELLOSIS), GASTROENTERITIS, FEVER, NAUSEA, VOMITING, DIARRHEA. diseases caused by fungi are called... mycoses. Name the negative coagulase ba...
  • ... lipid A, toxic portion of lipopolysaccharide of gram negative cell wall that produces endotoxin. Renal calculi may result from, All the above. Selective for gram positive bacteria; differential on the basis of hemolysis, CNA agar. the primary ...
  • ... What do Flagellates use to move? Flagella. pertussis, Bordetella pertussis + parapertussis, "whooping cough". ETEC characteristics, **traveler's diarrhea** abrupt onset watery diarrhea, lasts 24 hours long after fluids replaced, ...