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Jayne was an eighteen year old freshman in college. On her second day at the college, she and her new roommate went to a "meet and greet" get together in their dorm. There were a lot of snacks and drinks there. After eating a cookie Jayne started developing nausea, itchy skin with large welts, a tin...
Category: Microbiology
1. Know the difference between microbe and microorganism 2. Know some examples of how microbes are beneficial to humans and their environment. 3. Know the General difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes in terms of the nucleus, size, unicellular/multicellular, membrane-bound organelles. 4. Kno...
Category: Microbiology
Define the following terms: a. Sepsis   b. Asepsis   c. Antiseptic (give examples)   d. Disinfectants (give examples)   e. Sterilization   f. Decontamination   g. Bacteriostatic   h. Bactericide/fungicide/viricide   i.¬†Germicide/biocide ii. 2. Describe how moi...
Category: Microbiology
1 how can genra Staphylococcus and micrococcus be differentiated from each other ? 2.which enzyme that can be detected in the clinical lab is most closely correlated with the pathogenicity of S. aureus? 3.how could a strain of S. aureus be slide coagulase negative and tube coagulase positive ? 4..ho...
Category: Microbiology
A 25-year-old woman with a history of rheumatic fever and mitral valve dysfunction comes to the physician because of a 2-week history of fever and fatigue. She underwent a root canal procedure 1 month ago, before which she had taken a single dose of amoxicillin. On blood agar plates, the organism sh...
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Answer C.Streptococcus mitis Explanation The causative agent is streptococci from the group known as Viridans streptococci. Viridans streptococci are part of normal oral flora and generally gain access to the (View full solution)
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