Microbology

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Anonymous
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88728
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Microbology
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2011-06-01 19:37:30
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Lab Eukaryotic Microorganisms Fungi Protozoa
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Specimen and Condition
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  1. Thrush and Vaginal Inections
    Candita
  2. Moldy Bread
    Rhizopus
  3. Antibiotics
    Penicillium
  4. Bread and beermaking
    Saccharomyces
  5. Ringworm and Atheletes foot
    Dermatophytic Fungi
  6. Fungi are Prokaryotes or Eukaryotes?
    Eukaryotes
  7. Endogeneous Mycoses
    Fungi that occur naturally in body overgrow due to changing conditions such as pH fluctiations and overuse of antibiotics
  8. Exogeneous Mycoses
    These occur due to introduction to people with immunocompromized conditions
  9. Malaria
    Plasmodium sp.
  10. Amebic Disentery
    Entamoeba histolytica
  11. Vaginitis
    Trichomonas vaginalis
  12. Waterborne diarrhea
    Giardia lamblia
  13. Sleeping Sickness
    Trypanosoma sp.
  14. Fetal infection
    Toxoplasma gondii
  15. Diarrhea, often with AIDS
    Cryptosporidium sp.
  16. Are all protozoa pathogenic?
    No
  17. Trophozite
    Free living protozoa in right conditions
  18. Cyst
    Protective bubble that protozoas take on when conditions are not right. Resistant to drugs and disinfectants.
  19. How does an Amoeba move?
    Psudopodia
  20. How does a flagellets move
    Flagella
  21. How do Sporozoans move?
    Carrier vectors. (insects)

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