Bacterial Morphology

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Bacterial Morphology
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Bacterial Morphology
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  1. Examples of cocci (2)
    • Staph aureus
    • Streptococci
  2. Ex of straight rods (2):
    • Pseudomonas
    • E coli
  3. Ex of Curved rods (1)
    Campylobacter jejuni
  4. Ex. of branching bact (3):
    • Actinomyces
    • Nocardia
    • Dermatophilus
  5. Ex. of spiral bact (2):
    • Leptospira
    • Borrelia
  6. Ex. of cocco-bacillary (1):
    Pasteurella
  7. Ex. of pleomorphic bact (1)
    Cyanobacterium
  8. Ex. of bacteria with no particular shape
    Mycoplasma
  9. Cocci that often form bunches
    Staph aureus
  10. Cocci that often form chains
    Streptococcus
  11. Pseudomonas (shape and stain):
    • Gr -
    • Rods
  12. E. Coli (shape and stain):
    • Gr -
    • Rods
  13. Campylobacter jejuni (shape and stain):
    • Gr -
    • Curved rods
  14. Actinomyces (shape and stain):
    • G+
    • Branching
  15. Nocardia (shape and stain):
    • G+
    • Branching
  16. "Railroad track" appearance
    Dermatophilus
  17. Pasteurella (shape and stain):
    • G-
    • Coccobacilli
  18. Corynebacterium (shape and stain):
    • G+
    • Pleomorphic
  19. Mycoplasma (shape and stain):
    • Stains poorly, Giemsa Stain
    • No particular shape
    • (NO CELL WALL)
  20. Mycobacterium (stain):
    Acid Fast
  21. Leptospira (shape and stain):
    • spirochete
    • Silver Stain
  22. Bipolar staining is present in (1):
    Pasteurella
  23. What layer takes up stain in...

    G- :
    G+ :
    • G- : Peptidoglycan
    • G+ : LPS (lipid polysaccharide)
  24. Virulence factor of Streptococcus Pneumoniae
    Thick Capsule
  25. Virulence factor of Salmonella
    Flagella
  26. Virulence factor of E. Coli
    Pili and Flagella
  27. Spores are found in... (2)
    • Clostridium
    • Bacillus
  28. Bacteria with an excessively long doubling time
    Mycobacterium tuberculosis

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