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Material safety data sheets are obtained from:

A. the EPA
B. the salon owner or manager
C. the product manufacturer
D. OSHA

the product manufacturer

1

Regulatory agencies and governmental health departments require businesses that serve the public to:

A. complete a self-evaluation procedure
B. follow prescribed sanitary precautions
C. create individual sanitary orientation procedure
D. have an employee orientation procedure

follow prescribed sanitary precautions

2

Bacteria are very small and can only be seen with the aid of:

A. a microscope
B. a telescope
C. bifocals
D. A projector

a microscope

3

One-celled microorganisms with both plant and animal characteristics are:

A. boils
B. bacteria
C. decayed matter
D. parasites

bacteria

4

In the human body, nonpathogenic bacteria help metabolize food, protect against infectious microorganisms, and:

A. prevent gastrointestinal disorders
B. stimulate the immune response
C. stimulate the useful response
D. stimulate useful secretions

stimulate the immune response

5

Bacteria can exist:

A. only on the skin or in the air
B. only on porous surfaces
C. only in water
D. almost anywhere

almost anywhere

6

A small minority of bacteria that cause disease when invading plant or animal tissue are:

A. nonpathogenic
B. phenols
C. pathogenic
D. antiseptics

pathogenic

7

A type of pathogenic bacteria that require living matter for growths are:

A. phenols
B. peroxide
C. parasites
D. viruses

parasites

8

Pus-forming bacterial arranged in curved lines that resemble a string of beads are:

A. sterilization
B. staphylococci
C. superiority
D. streptococci

streptococci

9

Cocci are pathogenic bacteria that are:

A. round-shaped
B. rod-shaped
C. flat-shaped
D. spore-shaped

round-shaped

10

Bacteria that may cause strep throat or blood poisoning are:

A. fungi
B. spirilla
C. bacilli
D. streptococci

streptococci

11

Bacteria that grow in pairs and cause pneumonia are:

A. diplococci
B. diphtheria
C. discarded
D. toxins

diplococci

12

Lyme disease, syphilis, or sexually transmitted diseases are caused by spiral or corkscrew-shaped bacteria called:

A. flagella
B. strep
C. spirilla
D. toxins

spirilla

13

In humans, pathogenic bacteria are known to produce:

A. diseases
B. disorders
C. spores
D. mitosis

diseases

14

Bacteria that are transmitted through the air and rarely show active motility are:

A. cocci
B. bacilli
C. epidemic
D. disease

cocci

15

Bacilli and spirilla bacteria are both motile and use slender, hairlike extensions known as:

A. flat
B. flagella
C. spores
D. spherical

flagella

16

Harmless bacteria are what type of bacteria?

A. nonpathogenic bacteria
B. pathogenic bacteria
C. general bacteria
D. flagellum bacteria

nonpathogenic bacteria

17

In 2000 a bacteria called mycobacterium fortuitum furunculosis caused a client outbreak due to the failure of the practitioner to follow proper disinfection guidelines for:

A. sharp implements
B. whirlpool foot spas
C. shampoo stations
D. styling chairs

whirlpool foot spas

18

Bacteria generally consist of an outer wall containing a liquid called:

A. photographic
B. photosynthesis
C. protoplasm
D. protons

protoplasm

19

The life cycle of bacteria has two distinct phases, the active stage and:

A. inactive or spore-forming stage
B. inactive and infectious stage
C. inverted and growth stage
D. inactive and revoked stage

inactive or spore-forming stage

20

The process whereby bacteria grow, reproduce, and divide into two new cells is:

A. mitosis
B. membranes
C. memory
D. marriage

mitosis

21

Bacteria that pose little or no risk to a client in the salon setting but are dangerous in the medical setting are:

A. daughter cells
B. anthrax and tetanus bacilli
C. tuberculosis and thorax
D. acquired immunity

anthrax and tetanus bacilli

22

The presence of pus is a sign of a(n):

A. immunity
B. nonpathogenic organism
C. bacterial infection
D. epidemic

bacterial infection

23

When body tissues are invaded by pathogenic bacteria, it is a sign of a(n):

A. incision
B. infection
C. immunity
D. spore

infection

24

Common human bacteria transferred through skin-to-skin contact or by using unclean implements are:

A. saprophytes
B. spores
C. tetanus
D. staphylococci

staphylococci

25

When a disease spreads from one person to another, it is communicable or:

A. contagious
B. common
C. corkscrew
D. toxic

contagious

26

An infection, indicated by a lesion containing pus, confined to a particular part of the body is a:

A. frequent infection
B. local infection
C. primary infection
D. poisonous infection

local infection

27

When a disease spreads from one person to another by contact it is:

A. central
B. disinfect
C. contagious
D. coughing

contagious

28

A submicroscopic structure capable of infecting plants and animals including bacteria is a:

A. motility
B. mitosis
C. virucide
D. virus

virus

29

A virus can live and reproduce only by:

A. improper use of sharp implements
C. penetrating other cells and becoming part of them
B. attaching to a bloodborne virus and becoming part of it
D. poor personal hygiene

penetrating other cells and becoming part of them