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HSS1100 Final: General Knowledge Review
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Department
Health Sciences
Course
HSS1100
Professor
Franco Pagotto
Semester
Winter

Description
HSS1100 General Knowledge Review Final Exam 2017 Classes of Organisms Viruses Bacteria Parasites have nucleic acid (DNA ridge cell wall keep very small or RNA, never both) insides in intimate and obligatory surrounded by a protein genetic material in symbiotic relationship shell called a capsid circular chromosome between two organisms covered in antigens no nucleus of different species attack and inject nucleic DNA and RNA parasite is metabolically acid (penetration) binary ssion to divide and physiologically they then highjack some are more fragile dependant on host synthesis of process than others very common way of like inside the cell to make small w high SA:V (50 of species) more viruses fast growth and host: org. which is the require a living cell for replication rate home andor food of the growth and replication (exponential) parasite cannot be isolated on arrange in specic intermediate host: org. articial medium patterns which is a secondary can be detected with home Direct or indirect elisa vector: how parasite gets from host to host, can be Viral replication: Gram + Bacilli: intermediate host 1. Adsorption virus release potent exotoxins Success is determined attaches using causing disease antigens some are able to make a by: prevalence of hosts, 2. Penetration and spore and when they do host species available, undoing releases the DNA gets pushed to geographic range, of offspring, routes of nucleic acids (n.a.) one side and cocoon transmission 3. N.a. and protein forms around it transmission depends synthesis use the cell spore is resistant to on: water quality, to do so drying, UV, chemicals, hygiene, immune sys, 4. Assembly and sanitizers + metabolically Maturation n.a. and inactive clime, travel, proteins put together environment, trade, ect 5. Release many more Gram Bacilli: mode of transmission: viruses released to go the enterics found as persontoperson, water, normal intestinal ora but food, insect, congenital, on an infect other cells cause disease elsewhere blood, transfusion, do not form spores transplants, zootonic, ect
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