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2011-11-28 18:12:48
Practical Test

Practical Test
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  1. Saccharomycese cervisiae
    Brewer's Yeast; Baker's Yeast; Most Common Fermentation Type; Crohn's Disease, ulcerative colitis
  2. Candida albicans
    thrush, opportunistic oral and genital infections; nosocomial or immunocompromised - it is natural glora
  3. Apergillus niger
    black mold (not of bread); aspergiliosis, otomycosis (fungal ear infection); inhale spores; in soil and on fruits and vegetables
  4. Rhizopus stolonifera
    black bread mold; zygomycosis; inhale spores; cosmopolitan areas
  5. Penicillium sp.
    source of several antibiotics; inhale spores; widely distributed
  6. Entamoeba histolytica
    dysentery; cysts are transmitted through feces or other moist soils
  7. Balantidium coli
    balantidiasis; zoonotic - pig feces; widespread; cyst has two nuclei, trophozoite has cilia
  8. Giardia lamblia
    giardiasis; ingest cyst from contaminated water; cyst=smiley face, trophozoite=smiley face
  9. Trichomonas vaginalis
    trichomoniasis; STD; no cyst stage; looks like leaf with strange hair
  10. Trypanosoma brucei
    trypanosomiasis (african sleeping sickness); tsetse fly is vector; looks like worm or leaf folded along its stem
  11. Plasmodium falciparym
    malaria; RBCs
  12. Toxoplasma gondii
    cat box thing; looks like tiny maggots
  13. Clonorchis sinensis
    oriental liver fluke; live in liver, mainly bile ducts; eggs get eaten by snails, then penetrates fish, then ingested by humans; flat worm with guts; cyst has small knob at one end
  14. Paragonium westermani
    lung fluke; Asia and Couth America
  15. Schistosoma mansoni
    schistosomiasis; egg has lateral spine; worm looks like an eel kind of
  16. Dipylidium caninum
    cucumber tapeworm; caught from ingesting infected fleas
  17. Echinococcus granulosus
    hyper tapeworm or hydatid worm; affects dogs with humans or others as intermediaries
  18. Hymenolepsis nana
    dwarf tapeworm; very common in humans; egg looks perfect; eggs are ingested through feces-contaminated food
  19. Taenia saginata
    beef tapeworm
  20. Taenia solium
    pork tapeworm
  21. Enterobius vermicularis
  22. Ancyclostoma duodenale
    old world hookworm
  23. Necator americanus
    New World hook worm; most common hookworm in humans
  24. Strongyloides stercoralis
  25. Wuchereria bancrofti
    elephantiasis; mosquito vector