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Microbiology and Immunology 2500A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Coccidioides, Dna Gyrase, Aflatoxin


Department
Microbiology and Immunology
Course Code
MICROIMM 2500A/B
Professor
Kelly Summers
Study Guide
Final

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Paracoccidiodes brasiliensis
- Dimorphic molds
- Ship wheel
- More male than female: hormone
Candida albicans
- Most common yeast
- Thrust; diaper rash
- Satellite rash
- Normal flora
Aspergillus
- 45 degree
- septate unpigmented
- hyphaline: glass like
- A. flaxus: aflatoxin cause cancer
Trichinella spiralis
- cougar jerky
- tissue nematodes
Dwarf Tapeworm
- cestodes; segmented flat worm
- most common in USA and Latin America
- without non-human obligatory host
Trichophyton spp.
- Dermatophytes
- Septate pigmented
- Piea…
Trypanosoma
- Cruzi & Brucei
- Chagas & sleeping sickness
- Kissing bug & tsetse fly
- Blood and tissue protozoa
- South America and Africa
Hookworms
- Vampire: anemia
- Bare foot walking
- Intestinal nematodes
- subcutaneous migration; skin penetration
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Dientamoeba fragilis
- Double nucleus
- Intestinal protozoa
- No cyst
- Can be transmitted through pinworm
Anisakis
- Sashimi
- Intestinal nematodes
Rhizopus
- Have rhizods
- Aseptate molds
- Mucormycosis
Beef Tapeworm
- Raw beef
- Long and motile
Giardia intestinalis
- Most common intestinal protozoa
- Unfiltered water: beaver fever
- Foul stool
- Cyst small; 5 tests
- Cyst is active form; trophocyte is infective
Fish Tapeworm
- Raw freshwater sashimi
- Segmented flat; cestodes
- Vit B 12
- cestodes
Blastomyces dermatitidis
- Dimorphic fungus
- Double walled buds
- Wood silver and dog bites
Plasmodium
- Malaria
- Blood and tissue protozoa
- P. f and p. s most dangerous
- Have sexual and asexual
- Definitive host and accidental host
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- Blood protozoa
- Invades RBC
Threadworm
- Only parasite that can reproduce intracellularly
- Intestinal nematodes
Microsporum spp.
- Dermatophytes
- Piea…
The Lung Fluke
- Most common cause of coughing blood
- Unsegmented flatworm
- Undercooked crab fish
Coccidioides immitis
- Most dangerous fungus
- San Valley fever
Pork Tapeworm
- Raw pork
- Calcified cyst
Guinea worm
- Tissue namatodes
- Almost eradicated
- Prevent by filtering copepods form water
- Spike and snake like
- Skin migration: itchy
Ascaris lumbricoides
- Can vomit out
- Intestinal nematodes
Entamoeba histolytica
- Dysentery and non-dysentery
- Intestinal protozoa
- Colon ulceration
Blood Flukes
- Schisoplasmosis
- Unsegmented flat
- By swimming in lake
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