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Flashcards in Campylobacter Deck (13):
1

How do sprouts encourage microbial growth?

Sprouts provide nutrients, water, and time for microbes to grow. A perfect environment!

2

How do we characterize the motility of Campylobacter?

See slide 3 of the lecture (it's in the list).

3

What are the oxygen requirements of Campylobacter?

See slide 3 of the lecture (it's in the list).

4

What are the two kinds of serotyping used for Campylobacter?

See slide 7.

5

What are the two severe complications that can arise from a Campylobacter infection?

See slide 12.

6

What pathogenic microorganism is raw milk often linked with in regards to outbreaks?

Campylobacter

7

What migratory animal that roost in in farms can transport Salmonella and Campylobacter?

BIRD. THE BIRDS.

8

What is regulatory/legal status of raw milk in Pennsylvania?

Revisit the story about raw milk from the class introduction

9

The two serotyping methods used for Campylobacter are called ....

Penner and Lior; do you know what each is based on? If not, revisit slide 7

10

The two most common Campylobacter species in human disease are .....

jejuni subsp jejuni, and coli

11

What is Guillain-Barre syndrome?

Revisit slide 12 for discussion of what it is, what the symptoms are, and why it occurs.

12

Besides Guillain-Barre syndrome, another long-term, severe disease caused by Campylobacter is......

Reactive arthritis (see slide 12)

13

What is the concern about Arcobacter?

Revisit slide 16