Microbiology Quiz 1 (1)

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  1. Microbes live in us, on us and nearly everywhere around us. Which of the following activities are microbes involved in
    • *Decomposing dead organisms...
    • * aiding the digestive processes of grazing animals...
    • *capturing energy from the sun
  2. While a doctor may diagnose and treat a patient who presents with a disease, an epidemiologists
    Studies the frequency and distribution of the disease in the community
  3. What did the ancient civilization know about disease
    Even though they couldn’t see the microbes the Greeks and the Romans knew that they caused disease and could be transmitted
  4. All of the following stamens agree with the germ theory of disease,except
    Disease causing organism will spontaneously arise from the decaying meat.
  5. Louis Pasteur made several important contributions to microbiology. These included studying the wine making, disease in silkworms and which of the following
    Developing the first rabies Vaccine.
  6. Koch’s postulated were
    Designed to establish a casual relationship between a causative microbe and a disease
  7. Which of the following statements are true about infection control
    Semmelweiss was ridiculed by physicians for his suggestion that physicians should wash their hands and adopt more sanitary practices before seeing patients.
  8. Preparations that establish immunity to a disease
    Vaccines
  9. Which statement about variolation is false
    Variolation requires chemicals produced from another microorganism to kill the disease-causing microbe
  10. Pasteur worked on rabies and cholera vaccine during the emergence of immunology. While culturing a chicken cholera he noted the an old culture was weakened and useful as a vaccine as it caused
    Did not cause disease symptoms and immunized against

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Microbiology Quiz 1 (1)
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2016-09-14 18:34:04
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