Multiple Choice 1. Which of the following is NOT a specific defense mechanism associated with the respiratory tract? a. Epiglottis b. Mucus c. Mucociliary escalator d. Phagocytes e. All of the above 2. To cause disease, Corynebacterium diptheriae must a. produce a hemolysin. b. create a pseudomembrance.
Alpha hemolysis 3. Streptococcus pneumoniae are Gram-positive, lancet-shaped cocci (elongated cocci with a ... sensitive to bacitracin than other beta hemolytic streptococci. 4. the swelling of the capsule surrounding a microorganism after reaction with an antibody; the basis of certain tests for identifying microorganisms; "pneumococcus quellung" 5. capsules provide protection from viruses. they can be slippery to defend themselves from being eaten. Protects the bacteria from phagocytosis allowing the bacteria to stay in the body 6. pure culture 7.
The parietal, incisive and temporal bones are a) sesamoid bones b) bones of the skull c) bones of the pelvis d) bones of the carpus 9. The olecranon is part of the a) scapula b) humerus c) radius d) ulna 10. 4. A partially or differentially permeable membrane is called a a) diffusion membrane b) facilitated membrane c) semi-permeable membrane d) non-facilitated membrane Which hormones are responsible for calcium regulation in the body? a) thyroid hormones b) insulin and glucagon c) parathyroid hormone and calcitonin d) glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids 5.
Zachary’s Story Unit 6 Case Study 1 AP2630 Rhonda Carter July 27, 2015 A. An ulcer starts by eroding the mucosa of the G.I. tract wall. What functions of digestion and/or reabsorption might be lost if this layer is no longer functional? What functions will be compromised if the ulcer eats through the submucosa and then the muscularis?
Culture test: If the tetanus is suspected wound culture test is performed for C. tetani, but the results are not so reliable. Spatula test: Spatula test is performed to diagnose tetanus, in this test a spatula or a tongue blade is used. With the help of that spatula physician touches the oropharynx of the
5. List at least three types of bacteria whose names reflect their shapes and arrangements, and state the meaning of each name. Streptococcus (Coccus Shape) this is a spherical bacteria that causes Strep Throat. Lactobacillus (Bacillus Shape) this is a bacteria in the form of a rod that is usually in probiotics Spirillum Pulli (Spirillum Shape) this is a spiral bacteria in rat bite fever Exercise 3: Gram stain 1. What is the function of the iodine solution in the Gram stain?
D. keratometry. Answer Key: B Question 7 of 20 1.0 Points Which is a structure divides the external ear from the middle ear and can be visualized during otoscopy? A. cochlea B. tympanic membrane C. stapes D. vestibule Answer Key: B Question 8 of 20 1.0 Points The second bone of the middle ear is the: A. incus. B.
A) toxic goiter and Graves disease B) myxedema and cretinism C) Graves disease and Cushing syndrome D) Cushing syndrome and Addison disease E) Graves disease and Addison disease 4. Which of the following hormones is secreted by the adrenal medulla? A) glucagon B) insulin C) aldosterone D) cortisol E) epinephrine 5. Which of the following hormones regulates calcium levels in the blood? A) thyroxine B) triiodothyronine C) calcitonin D) cortisol E) aldosterone 6.
Being a Virus, Smallpox cannot be cured, only vaccinated against. It is part of the Orthopoxvirus genus, the Poxviridae virus, and Chordopoxvirinae subfamily. While I couldn’t find a picture I could use as a model to draw and label, I did find information on what the virus looks like, I did find plenty of information on the virus’ appearance. It is a brick-shape measuring 302-350 Nanometers (nm) by 244 to 270 nm. It has a single linear double stranded DNA genome 186 kilobase pairs in size containing a hairpin loop at each end.