Microbiology unit 7.7

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Microbiology unit 7.7
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  1. What is the species under the genus Vibrio?
    • Vibrio cholerae
    • Vibrio parahaemolyticus
  2. What is the species under the genus Aeromonas?
    Aeromonas hydrophila
  3. What is the species undr the genus Plesiomonas?
    Plesiomonas shigelloides
  4. What is the species under the genus Pasteurellaceae?
    Paseteurellaceae multocida
  5. What is the species under the genus Gardenella?
    Gardenella vaginalis
  6. What is the species under the genus Campylobacter?
    • Campylobacter jejuni
    • Campylobacter fetus
    • Campylobacter coli
  7. What is the species under the genus Haemophilus?
    • Haemophilius influenzae
    • Haemophilus biogroup aegyptius
    • Haemophilus parainfluenzae
    • Haemophilus ducreyi
    • Haemophilus aphrophilus
  8. What is the species under the genus Helicobacter?
    Helicobacter pylori
  9. the family Vibrionaceae test Gram stain ___ and Oxidase ___
    • Gram stain (=)
    • Oxidase (+)
  10. The motile forms of the family Vibrionaceae are typically what type of flagellation?
    Polar
  11. T/F The Voges-Proskauer, Decarboxyses, and the esculin test are all biochemical test the familly Vibrionaceae
    True
  12. The family Vibrionaceae produces gas and ferments what?
    • Carbohydrates
    • Dextrose (glucose)
  13. With the family Vibrionaceae there is no growth on a Thiosulfate-citrate-bile salts-sucrose agar T/F
    False the family Vibrionaceae does grow on a TCBS agar
  14. The family Vibrionaceae shows what on a BAP?
    Hemolysis
  15. If you were to gram stain the family Vibrionaceae you would see what?
    Gram negative bacilli rods
  16. The Family Vibrionaceae test
    Cytochrome oxidase ( )
    Indole ( )
    • Cytochhrome oxidase (+)
    • Indole (+)
  17. What is the genus under the family Vibrionaceae?
    • Vibrio
    • Aeromonas
    • Plesiomonas
  18. What sort of habitat does the genus Vibrio perfer?
    • Sea water
    • Brackish water
  19. What sort of habitat does the genus Aeromonas perfer?
    • Fresh water
    • Salt water
    • Brackish water
  20. What sort of habitat does the genus plesimonas perfer?
    Fresh water
  21. What is the most common cause of gastroenteritis?
    Vibrio cholerae
  22. You can get Vibrio cholerae through what?
    Contaminated water or seafood
  23. What is the contact of exposure for Vibrio cholerae?
    Mucosa or open skin
  24. What causes
    Asian cholerae
    Watery stools
    Mucus flecks
    Cholera toxin
    Vibrio cholerae
  25. Cholera toxin causes what in the GI tract?
    Hypersecretion
  26. Vibrio cholerae is divided into sero groups based on what antigens?
    Somatic "o" antigens
  27. What lab charcteristic does Vibrio cholerae have that means it loves salt?
    Halophilic
  28. All epidemic strains of Vibrio cholerae were assigned originally to serotype "o" subgroup _____.
    1(01)
  29. More then ___ non-01 strains of Vibrio cholerae have been identified
    70
  30. Vibrio Cholerae turns the Thiosulfate-citrat-bile salts-sucrose agar what color?
    yellow
  31. Vibrio Cholerae is

    01 Antisera ( )
    String test (0.5 Bile salt) ( )
    Oxidase ( )
    Lactose, Arginine ( )
    Sucrose, Lysine, Orthinine( )
    • 01 Antisera (+)
    • String test (0.5 Bile salt) (+)
    • Oxidase (+)
    • Lactose, Arginine (=)
    • Sucrose, Lysine, Orthinine (+)
  32. What are the two biotypes of Vibrio cholerae?
    • Classical
    • El tor
  33. The Classical biotype of Vibrio cholerae test what on a V-P test?
    Classical

    V-P (=)
  34. The El Tor biotype of V. Cholerae test V-P what?
    El Tor

    V-P (+)
  35. What serotypes are capable of causing a epidemic and pandemic spread and producingf a Cholera toxin?
    0139 and 01 Serotypes
  36. Vibrio parahaemolyticus causes what?
    • Wound Infections
    • Septicemia
  37. How can you contract Vibrio parahaemolyticus?
    Contaminated seafood, raw fish, and shellfish
  38. What is the treatment for Vibrio parahaemolyticus?
    Rehydration
  39. What sort of habitat does Vibrio parahaemolyticus perfer?
    • Brackish water
    • Salt water
  40. What color does the organism Vibrio parahaemolyticus turn the Thiosulfate-citrate-bile salts-sucrose agar?
    (=) Green
  41. Vibrio parahaemolyticus is 01 antisera ( )
    01 antisera (=)
  42. Aeromonas hydrophila causes what?
    • Gastroenteritis
    • Cellulitis
    • Wound infections
    • Bacteremia
    • Meningitis
    • Conjunctivitis
    • Osteomyelytis
    • Pneumonia
    • Endocarditis
  43. Aeromonas hydrophila loves what?
    Water loving
  44. In what sort of water can you find Aeromonas hydrophila?
    • Freshwater
    • Sewage water
    • Sea water
    • Tap water
    • Chlorinated water
  45. Who are carriers for Aeromonas hydrophila?
    • Humans
    • Animals
  46. How is Aeromonas hydrophila transmitted?
    • Ingestion
    • Skin exposure
    • Inoculation
  47. Aeromonas is ___ hemolytic
    Oxidase( )
    TSI gas( )
    Lactose ( )
    Sucrose ( )
    Lysine, arginine ( )
    Ornithine ( )
    TCBS ( )
    • Beta Hemolytic
    • Oxidase (+)
    • TSI gas (+)
    • Lactose (=)
    • Sucrose (+)
    • Lysine, arginine (+)
    • Ornithine (=)
    • TCBS (=)
  48. Plesiomonas shigelloides causes what type of symptoms?
    • Gastroenterititis
    • Septicemia
  49. Plesiomonas shigelloides causes Gasteroenteritis and septicemia in who?
    immunocompromised infants
  50. How is Plesiomonas shigelloides transmitted?
    • Ingestion of contaminated H2O
    • Reptiles
  51. What sort of habitat does Plesiomonas shigelloides pefer?
    Fresh warm water

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