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Veterinær Mykologi

3 mikroskopiteknikker for skimmel, Identifikation af skimmel4 steps, Hvad er hypher og hvilken type ses her (1,2,3)?, Sporende på frugtlegemerne er opbygget på 2 forskellige måder. Hvad hedder de orverordnede typer?, 4 conidial typer, Definition: gærsvamp3 vitgite veterinær slægter

2016-01-20 • 12 Cards

MICR CH. 10

Clone, Group? Unicell. organism w/ 70S ribosomes & peptidoglycan cell wall, Group? Unicell. organism that lacks nucleus & peptidoglycan, Group? Photosynthetic organism that lacks nucleus & has a thin peptidoglycan wall surroounded by outer membrane, Group? Photosynthetic cell lacking a nucleus, Biochemical Tests, Nucleic acid hybridization, Phage typing, Genus, Serological testing, Group? Multicell. heterotroph w/ chitin cell walls, Visualization not sufficient to properly ID bacteria, Hallmark of dichotomous keys, Biochem. tests, Methylene blue

2015-09-17 • 21 Cards

MICR CH. 4

Prokaryotic Cells, T/F Cell walls of bacteria are responsible for shape of bacteria & difference in Gram stain reaction, Taxis, Positive Phototaxis, Capsule, Facilitated Diffusion, Simple Diffusion, Energy in passive transport, Positively charged hydrogen ions, Active transport, Endospores

2015-09-17 • 11 Cards

MICR CH. 3

Projector Lens, Transmission Electron Microscope, Electron Microscope, Compound Microscope, Scanning tunneling Microscope, Phase-Contrast microscope, Mordant in Gram stain, Negative stain, T/F Counterstain used in Gram stain is a basic dye, Resolution

2015-09-17 • 10 Cards

micro 5

What is the Single most important predisposing factor for neonatal risk of meningitis, S&Sx of Meningitis, S&Sx of Meningitis in Neonates, What is the leading cause of bacteremia (with or without meningitis and/or pneumonia) in neonates, organisms in addition to S. agalactiae, Listeria monocytogenes, and Escheria coli that cause blood/systemic infections in the neonate, What is the sentinel finding of disseminated Cryptococcosis, What is the 3rd most common CNS infectious agent in HIV/AIDS pts, What is the 4th most common opportunistic infectious agent in HIV/AIDS pts, What causative agent should you suspect if a pt presents with a fulminant onset meningitis and/or encephalitis with previous exposure to freshwater environments during a hot summer, What are the most common agents of viral meningitis, What are the least common agents of viral meningitis, Seasonality and Age-dependent incidence of HHV-1, Seasonality and Age-dependent incidence of HHV-2, Seasonality and Age-dependent incidence of HHV-6 and -7, Seasonality and Age-dependent incidence of non-polio enteroviruses

2013-12-04 • 122 Cards

exam 4 dr.k

viruses characteristics, viral genes, Viral Identification, Growing Bacteriophage, Growing animal viruses, Viral structural components, Capsid, Envelope, Morphology of a Helical Virus, Morphology of an enveloped helical virus, morphology of a polyhedral virus, morphology of a complex virus, host range, How is host range determined, lytic bacteriophage

2013-11-28 • 21 Cards

immuno Block 1 diseases

C1q deficiency, MBL deficiency, Properdin deficiency, C5b-C9 deficiency, CRP, C3 convertase (CP, LP), C3 convertase (AP), fH recognizes host surfaces thru?, factor H deficiency, factor H mutation, Complement Regulatory proteins, lack of GPI anchor proteins, C4bp, lack of C1INH, lack of factor I

2013-06-07 • 32 Cards

Immuno Block 2 Diseases

Graves Disease, Myasthenia Gravis, Goodpasture Syndrome, Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia, Serum Sickness, Arthus Reaction, Hypersensitivity Type III Reactions, CGD - Chronic Granulomatous disease, Chediak-Higashi Syndrome, LAD - Leukocyte Adhesion deficiency, G6PD, Myeloperoxidase Deficiency, Bruton X-linked hypogammaglobulinemia, DiGeorge Syndrome, Chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis

2013-06-04 • 28 Cards

Microbology 205

What are the three viral replication mechanism?, How does lytic replication work?, How does lysogentic replication work?, How does Latent replication work?, What are the five steps of lytic replication of a bacteriophages?, What is bust time?, What is bust size?, What are the eight stages of lysogentic replication?, what is the process of Lytic replication on animal virus, and what are the differences?, Attachment for animal virus?, What are the first line of defense?, What is the second line of defense?, What are the five stages of phagocytosis?

2013-04-02 • 13 Cards

Microbiology Viruses

Virus, Capsid, Sheath, Nucleocapsid, Spikes, Viral Genome- DNA, Viral Genome- RNA, Lytic, Extrusion, Active - Productive infection, Latent, Lysogen, Viriod, Prion, Virus

2013-03-26 • 102 Cards

Microbiology Up to Midterm 2

Term, acidophiles, aerotolerant anaerobes, alkalinophiles, antagonistic relationship, autolysins, bacteriocin plasmid, bactoprenol, barophiles, batch culture, binary fission, Biofilm, carotenoids, catalase, chemostat

2012-12-14 • 111 Cards

Micro 2

Beta-hemolytic respiratory tract organism, Bacterial meningitis,, Bacterial meningitis, young children, Bacterial meningitis, teenagers, Optichin sensitive, Acute Otitis Media, Hemin and NAD for growth, Painless genital lesion, Painful genital lesion, Giant Cell Pneumonia, Non-itchy Rash, Erythema Migrans, Granulomatous infection, mecA gene, Chocolate agar

2012-12-14 • 353 Cards

Microbiology Up To Midterm1

ABC Transporter (components), amphibolic, antiport, aquaporin, Aquifex, Archaea, autolysins, Bacilli, bacterial reproduction, Bacteriorhodopisns, binary fission (steps involved), bioremediation, Budding (steps), budding/ appendages, calvin-benson cycle

2012-12-07 • 129 Cards

Microbiology Up to Final

acute disease, agranulocytes, alternative complement pathway, antigen, antiphagocytic chemicals, antiphagocytic factors, antisense nucleic acid, asymptomatic disease, asymptomatic/subclinical, axenic, bacterial capsule, bacterial virulence factors, bacteriophage lambda, Blunt End, capsomere

2012-12-07 • 131 Cards

Key Terms

antisense nucleic acid, axenic, bacteriophage lambda, Blunt End, commensalism, DNA/RNA Probes, expression vector, FISH, gene library, genetic mapping, genetic marker, multiple cloning site, Mutagen, mutualism, oligonucleotide tag

2012-11-10 • 65 Cards