Fungi, Protozoa + Helminths

Eukaryotic Cause subacute to chronic disease Aerobic Filaments- hyphae Hyphae form a mat- mycelium Divisions of hyphae- septae Hyphae w/ no divisions- Non-septae Fungi, Protozoa + Helminths: General Characteristics Asexual ...
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Ento 3 Combo

punkies, biting midges No see-ums 1-3mm long telomophages, only females take blood meals transmit 50 different diseases to humans and animals including viruses and filarial worms Family Ceratopogonidae No-see-ums telomophages ...
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Biology 11: Protista (protozoans)

Single celled eukaryotes, eukaryotes that cannot be classified as animals, plants, or fungi Protists Animal-like/ heterotrophic protists Protozoans Tiny floating organisms that are either small animals or protozoa Zooplankton (of ...
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Craven CH 18 – Asepsis and Infection Control and Chapter 30 Infection Control

To make free from disease-producing organisms. Asepsis Organisms such as tuberculosis, enterococci, Staphylococcus aureus, and certain bacteria (Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Acinetobacter baumanni, and Stenotrophomonas maltophilia) that produce extended-spectrum beta-lactamases ...
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Combo with "Mastering Microbiology Chapter 13" and 9 others

The host DNA integrates, with the prophage, into the new recipient chromosome What happens to the packaged DNA of a specialized transduced phage when it infects a new recipient cell? ...
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Biology Definitions Ch. 25

an organism that is classified as a member of the kingdom Protista; generally a single-celled or simple multicellular eukaryote that cannot be readily classified as either plant, animal, or fungus ...
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Microbiology Ch. 1

The study of microorganisms, or small cells, that carry out one or more life processes and are typically too small to be seen by the naked eye Microbiology Ability to ...
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Science Chapter 9 7th Grade

protozoan a single-celled eukryote that has some animal-like characteristics eukryote an organism that has a membrane-bound nucleus They need a moist environment to survive. Ponds are ideal for freshwater protozoans. ...
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Description of Protozoa

microscopic parasites Unicellular ranges from 1 micron-100 microns What are protozoa? differentiated nucleus, cytoplasm and organelles Describe the protoplasm of a protozoa thin outer ectoplasm large inner endoplasm contains mitochondria ...
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Kingdom Fungi And Protozoa

Rhizopoda Amoeba are a part of what Phylum? Ciliophora Ciliates are a part of what phylum? Foraminifera Forams are a part of what phylum? Kinetoplastia Trypanosoma are a part of ...
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Parasitology 2: Intestinal Protozoa

Protozoan parasites are single-celled organisms, usually with several distinct developmental stages, which are important at different parts of the life cycle in transmission, infection, and reproduction. Protozoan Parasites Characterized by ...
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Kingdom Protista

Eukaryotes Multicellular (some unicellular) Sexual reproduction (Some asexual) Both autotrophs and heterotrophs Some have cell walls (made of carbohydrates), some don’t Kingdom Protista Characteristics Eukaryotes that are not plants, animals, ...
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Bacteria (+ fungi & protozoa): Structure and Function

Organic molecules. They produce acid as by-products which can be detected by pH indicators. What do aerobic and anaerobic bacteria respire and produce? Some bacteria are unable to complete the ...
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Infection in Transplant Patients [bacteria vs. fungi vs. protozoa]

DUH. ALL VIRUSES end with a virus! Bacteria Staphylococcus Bacteria Streptococcus Bacteria Enterococcus Bacteria E. Coli Bacteria Salmonella Bacteria Shigella Bacteria Enterobacteriaceae Bacteria Pseudomonas Bacteria Haemophilus Bacteria Morexella Bacteria Legionella ...
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Parasitology 2 – Protozoans

single celled Protozoans all are x organisms with a nucleus Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Protozoans were first described by 7 Taxonomy is not definite, but at the moment x phyla are ...
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Micro Labs 1-3, 7, 9, 11, and 12

Protozoans, pond critters What was the largest organism you observed Spiral, rod, cocci What three bacterial shapes did you observe As you increase the magnification, the field of vision gets ...
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Path Bacteria, Viruses, Fungi, Protozoa, & Helminths Summer 2012

Gram Positive, Coccus, Clumps, Catalase+, Coagulase+, Most Common Cause of Bacterial Keratitis in US (bc normal ocular flora); Can be transmitted via breast milk (Postnatal); Most infections result in Impetigo, ...
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Protists- Protozoa & Slime Molds

First animal; Eukaryotes w/ an animal like heterotrophic ecology (not photosynthetic); have food and contractile vacuoles Protozoans Example: Amoeba + Difflugia Key Characteristics: Move by pseudopodia Common name: Amoebas Rhizopoda ...
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Fungal, Helminths and Protozoa Diseases

Schistosoma mansoni This trematode causes liver damage, malnutrition and fluid in the abdominal cavity nematodes What group of helminths contains Enterobius vermicularis trematodes Another name for the flukes Trichinella spiralis ...
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Chapter 10: Viruses/ Fungi/Rickettsia/Protozoa

-the smallest of the microbes and cannot be seen under the traditional light microscope -not whole cells -depend on other living cells to provide nutrients, and a means of reproduction ...
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Chapter 5 – Health Science

Bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and viruses What are the four major types of microorganisms? One-celled organisms Are bacteria one-celled or multiple-celled organisms? Shape and group How can bacteria be classified? Cocci, ...
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Biology Chapter 25

by characteristics that resemble those of fungi, plants and animals How are protists often classified ? flagella,cilia, or pseudopodia How do protists move? binary fission, multiple fission, conjugation List three ...
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#3 Micro Bacteria Facts

abundant, prokaryotic bacteria prokaryotic, cause walking pneumonia, no cell walls What are Mycoplasmas prokaryotic, photosynthetic “blue green algae” cyanobacteria smaller than bacteria but larger than viruses, prokaryotic, obligate intracellular parasites ...
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Microbiology Protozoan Notes

-single celled – microscopic – move independently – live in many different environments -heterotrophic – can be free-living and parasitic Characteristics of Protozoa? 65,000-almost half are extinct species and were ...
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Parasitic Protozoa: Flagellates-Visceral Forms, Giardia lamblia, Trichomonas vaginalis

worldwide What is the distribution of Giardia lamblia bilateral The trophozoites for Giardia lamblia are unique among protozoans for their _ symmetry teardrop The trophozoites for Giardia lamblia can be ...
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