Pathogengic fungi

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Pathogengic fungi
2012-10-08 18:34:31

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  1. What kind of cell wall does a fungi have?
  2. What kind of cell is a fungi?
  3. the cell membrane of fungi is made out of
  4. a fungi charectoristic is that is has chemoheterotrophs that do what?
    absorb nutrients
  5. is yeast unicellular?
  6. are mold filamentous?
  7. are mushroom fleshy?
  8. dimorphic means a fungi can
    be a mold or a yeast depending on the tempature
  9. pathogenic fungi are grown at body tempature as what?
    a yeast.
  10. At room tempature what does pathogenic grow as?
  11. How do yeast reproduce?
    by budding or by fission
  12. what is budding?
    where it buds off a parent a smaller portion where it eventially becomes just as big
  13. what is vegatative hyphae?
    they are on the bottom of molds, rootlike and are at a vegatative state
  14. what is arial hyphae
    they grow on top of the molds that stick out and have the spores on top of them making the fuzy appearance on the molds.
  15. A mass of hyphae is called what?
  16. most molds are what?
  17. his obtains nutrients from dead matter?
  18. molds are identified for their?
    spores and hyphae
  19. molds can reproduce?
    sexually and asexually
  20. Saccharomyces cerevisae is a beneficial yeast for?
    bread, hbv vaccines, wine
  21. trichoderma is used to make
  22. The beneficial use of taxomyces?
    used in chemothereapy, Taxol
  23. mycoses is?
    a fungal disease
  24. systemic mycoses is?
    deep within the body
  25. sunsucaneous mycoses is?
    Beneathe the skin
  26. cantaneous mycosis is
    affect hair, skin, and nails
  27. superficial mycosis localized in?
    hair shafts
  28. oppurtunistic mycosis is
    caused by normal microbiota or enviromental fungi dont general effect disease.
  29. Histoplasma capsulatum, coccidiodes immitis, and blastomyces dermatidis are what category?
    systemic mycosis, all which are related to resporitory and then spread to cause systemic.
  30. histoplasmosis resembles what at first>?
  31. histoplamosis comes from where, where do they originate?
    bird, bat, droppings, found in most of the eatern stated Ohio-mississippi causes respiratory infection
  32. coccidioidomycosis is known as?
    valley fever
  33. Where is coccidioidomycosis picked up from?
    desert soils from the sw us
  34. Valley fever includes these symptoms
    coughing, fever, weight loss, and rarely beomes systemic
  35. Arthroconidium is
    the infecious part (there the hyphaeas)of coccidiodomycoses. When soil or dirt is blown up and enters your airway
  36. Once coccidioidomycoses has entered your body in arthrocondium form it then turns into what form within your body?
    spherule that release endospores
  37. Is coccidioimycoses contangioius from one human to another?
  38. what kind of reprodcuction is coccidioimycosis?
  39. blastomycoces dermatititis is located where normally geologically?
    mississippi valley region found in soil
  40. name that disease from symptoms: Asystematic, pneumonia, rapidly spreads throughout the body, cutaneous ulcers, abcessess, and extensive tissue damage
    blastomycoses dermatitidis
  41. How is blstomycoses dermatitidis acquired?
    by the soil from bird droppings, it is inhaled
  42. oppurtunist fungo respitory infections such as?
    Aspergillius (black mold)which is found in compost and rhizopus which is found in bread molds
  43. pneumocystis jirovecii has charecteristics of both?
    fungi and protozoa
  44. Pneumocystis jirovecii reservoir is?
    unknown possibly humans or soil
  45. The droppings of both the black bird and bats support the growth of histoplasma capsulatum: which of these two animal reservoirs is normally actually infected with the fungus? 24-10
  46. cryptococcus neoformins meningitis reservoir or found where?
    in soil or where pigeon and chicken droppings occur. this is then breathes in and could cause meningitis
  47. This fungus produces a huge capsule that helps idenitfy it when diagnoised
    Crytococcus neoformins meningitis
  48. sporotrichosis is a form of what mycosis?
    subcutaneous mycosis
  49. This happens when you are picking blackberries or working with roses and puncture your skin this disease my happen
    sporothrix schenchii, also known as rose gardners disease
  50. dermotomycoses is also known as
    ring worm and tineas
  51. trichophytom, epidermophyton, and microsporium metabolize keratin and are also known as
    dermotomycosis (cutaneous mycosis)
  52. Dermotomycosis is trasmitted by
    formite, example, athletes foot, from shower floor to foot, or sharing  nail clippers
  53. tinea capitis is
  54. tinea corporis?
    ring worm on body
  55. tinea pedis
  56. tinea unguium
  57. tinea cruris
    jock itch
  58. Candidiasis causing agent is candida albicans growns?
    mucosa of mouth, intestinal tract, genitourinary tract. Its a yeast infection!!!
  59. fulminating disease is a type of?
    systemic candidiasis
  60. Claviceps purpurea and aspergillius flavus is a type of what?
    fungus food poisoning
  61. Name that food poisoning: reduced blood flow to limbs, from grains, mytotoxin in grain, causes you to see things
    claviceps purpurea
  62. Name that food poison: liver cirrohis, liver cancer, mycotoxin in food.
    Aspergillius flavus