Micro Lab Protista/Helminths/Worms Final

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Micro Lab Protista/Helminths/Worms Final
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    • Trichamonas
    • -causes: Vaginitis
    • -source: STD contact
    • Balantidium trophozoites
    • -causes: dysentary
    • -source: fecal water
    • Leishmania
    • -causes: Leishmaniasis
    • -source: sand fly bite
    • Trypanosoma cruzi
    • -causes: Chagas
    • -source: kissing bug bite
    • Schistosoma male and female
    • -causes: schistomiasis (blood fluke)
    • -location: veins-skin
    • fasciola hepatica eggs
    • -disease: liver flukes
    • -location: liver or lungs
    • fasciola hepatica redia
    • -disease: liver flukes
    • -location: liver or lungs
    • fasciola hepatica cercaria
    • -disease: liver flukes
    • -location: liver and or lungs
    • Fasciola hepatica adult fluke
    • disease: liver flukes
    • location: liver or lungs
    • Chlonorchis
    • disease: liver fluke
    • location: liver/lung
    • Taenia (tapeworm) eggs
    • disease: tapeworm
    • location: small intestine
    • taenia proglottids
    • Taenia Cysticerous
    • disease: tapeworm
    • location: Small intestine
    • Dipylidium
    • disease: tapeworm
    • location: dogs/decal oral
    • Echinococcus (whole worm)
    • disease: tapeworm, Hydatid disease
    • location:dogs, wolves, farmers
    • -lungs, liver, brain
    • -fecal oral route
    • Enterobius (pinworm)
    • disease: pinworm
    • location: large intestine
    • Necator
    • disease: hookworm
    • location:small intestine
    • -skin to lungs to SI
    • Trichinella¬†
    • disease: trichinosis¬†
    • location: muscles
    • cause: eating uncooked pork
  1. What disease does Giardia cause and what is the source?
    • disease: G. enteritis
    • source: fecal water
  2. What disease does Entamoeba cause and what is the source?
    • disease: dysentary
    • source: fecal water
  3. What disease does Paramecium cause and what is the source?
    • disease: non pathogenic
    • source: pond water
  4. What disease does Euglena cause and what is the source?
    • disease: non pathogenic
    • source: pond water

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