LabIV- Microbes to Know!

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LabIV- Microbes to Know!
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  1. what are the 2 most common gram positive cocci?
    SS
    • strep
    • staph
  2. where is strep normal flora?
    MSIU
    • mouth
    • skin
    • intestines
    • upper respiratory tract
  3. what is one of the pathogenic spp. of strep?
    s. equi
  4. what does s. equi cause in horses?
    strangles
  5. what are the other 2 pathogenic spp. of strep we should know?
    AP
    • s. agalectiae
    • s. pharyngitis
  6. what does s. agalactiae cause?
    MP
    • mastitis
    • pneumonia
  7. what are most spp. of staph?
    normal flora
  8. where are staph normal flora?
    SMN
    • skin
    • MM
    • (anterior) nares
  9. MRSA-
    methicillin resistant staph aureus
  10. MRSA is known to cause a __ type of infection
    pyogenic
  11. what are the 3 types of GPCOC tests?
    CCC
    • catalase
    • coagulase
    • CAMP test
  12. catalase tests use __ __ to identify a certain enzyme in the bacteria
    hydrogen peroxide
  13. what is a positive result of a catalase test look like?
    ** what spp of bacteria is most commonly causing a positive result?
    • bubbling
    • ** staph spp.
  14. what contaminant could also cause a positive result in the catalase test?
    blood agar
  15. what spp. most often causes a negative result on a catalase test?
    strep spp.

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