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By Bobconqueso | Last updated: Jul 30, 2011
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Micro lab questions
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An organism feeding on live organic material such as another organism.
These cause malaria and are found in the RBC.
Reduiid bug, chasas disease, irregular heartbeat, cardiac failure and GI problems
Causes lymes disease, is a spirochete
The parasitic agent that causes malaria. Use 100x to view
This stage of the malaria cycle of Plasmodium vivax circulate to the liver and infect the liver cells.
This stage of the malaria cycle of Plasmodium vivax rupture the liver cells infect the red blood cells causing jaundice.
This stage of the malaria cycle of Plasmodium vivax feeds and comes from merozoites
These are sex cells, the female Anopheles mosquito picks these up when she feeds from the primary host
When the disease causes fever and chills what is occuring in the life cycle of Plasmodium vivax?
What specific mosquito is the vector for Plasmodium vivax?
This is found when Reduviid bugs that live in cracked walls of mud and adobe houses bite humans during the night and then defecate on the site thus transmitting what pathogen?
What disease does Tryptanosoma cruzi cause?
What are some symptoms of this disease?
This is a spirochete that causes lyme disease.
What is the vector for Lyme disease
What is the initial sign of the infection that may be seen on the skin?
What symptoms appear later?
These are short leaf shaped, bilaterally symmetrical, uses a sucker for attackment and it sucks nutrients from its host
This type of fluke is one of three species that cause the disease called Schistosomiasis.
Although Schistosoma mansoni look cylindrical they are still placed in the Fluke group as they have a flattened leaf like stage called the _____ that is able to penetrate the skin and invade the blood stream
The male schistosoma mansoni has a longitudinal ____ where the female resides for fertilization of her eggs
Where in the human body do the adult schistosoma mansoni reside right before they become adults?
Where in the human body do the adult schistosoma mansoni reside when they become adults?
When the fertilized eggs are released from the female they travel through the intestines and are released with feces. They develope into miaracidia when they enter what environment?
Are you emotionally and psychologically triggered by sounds like chewing, dripping water, or react to repetitive noises? These are the signs of Misophonia. Everyone has their pet peeves, which may include absolute hatred towards...
You are having lunch with a friend in your office cafeteria. It is seemingly quiet and the only other sound is the soft humming of the refrigerator. Your friend sits across from you and places her container on the table. You take a quick peek, which of the following foods listed would alarm you the most?
Germs that can cause long-lasting infection in human blood and disease in humans are called bloodborne pathogens. They can be transmitted when blood or body fluid from an infected person enters another person's body. The...
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What are the three types of pathogens to be aware of when dealing with bodily fluids?