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What are the 2 forms of Fungi?
a) mold and parasites
b) yeast and parasites
c) yeast and mold
d) mold and viruses
e) none of the abone

C, yeast and mold are Fungi

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True or False:
Fungi can be saprophytic or parasitic?

True
Fungi can be non-problematic or it can have negative effects on animals, humans and plants

2

Fungi propagate or multiply by_________ (sexual and or asexual)
a) absorption
b)procreation
c) spores
d) mitosis

c) spores

3

How is fungi done in our laboratories?

using cultural characteristics and microscopic features

4

_______ contain microscopic intertwining filaments called _________. These may be septated or nonseptated.
a) Mold
b) Yeast
c) hyphae
d) nucleus

a then c

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Which form of fungi does NOT have a hyphae?
a) Mold
b) Yeast
c) Both
D) None

b) Yeast

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which type of hyphae have separate individual compartments with a nucleus and organelles?
a) septated
b)nonseptated

a) septated

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Yeast multiply by _________ and or _______. They may form chains of duds called pseudohyphae.

Budding and or Fission

8

True or FalseThere are some fungi that exist as both yeast and molds?

True
they are known as DIMORPHIC

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Dimorphic Fungi at room temperature is a ________. At 37 degrees, they exist in the ______ form.
a) yeast
b) mold

room temp: mold
37 degrees: yeast

10

True or False:
Dimorphic Fungi are usually the more nasty/dangerous ones?

True

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Which type of fungi is commonly found in Northern Ontario and is associated with dogs as well as humans. It grows in dark areas, along creeks and on vegetative matter?
a) Blastomycosis
b) Coccidiomycosis
c) Histoplasmosis
d) Candida albicans

a

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What disease does Blastomycosis mimic?

TB

13

Which fungi is found in California and Arizona, usually stays as a respiratory infection but sometimes progresses to a fetal disease?
a)Blastomycosis
b)Coccidiomycosis
c)Histoplasmosis
d)Candida albicans

b

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Which fungi is most seen in the tennesse-ohio mississippi rriver basins. It is also called valley fever, infects many people but causes pneumonia in only a few. It is found in bat and bird droppings as well as soil.
a) Blastomysis
b) Epidermophyton species
c) penicillum species
d) Histoplasmosis
e) all of the above are correct

d

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Name the 3 groups of fungi

Systemic fungi
Superficial fungi
Contaminants or opportunistic fungi

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Which one of these fungi are both systemic and superficial infections?
a) Blastomycosis
b) Coccidiomycosis
c) Histoplasmosis
d) both b and c

a

(b and c are systemic infections only)

17

What group of fungi usually infects the lungs, bones, and other organs in the body?
a) Systemic
b) Superficial
c) Opportunistic
d) Contaminants

a

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What type of fungi will affect the skin hair and nails... such as ringworms

Superficial

19

Epidermophyton species, Microsporum species and Trichophyton species are all par of a group called ____________ which causes superficial infections ?

Dermatrophytes

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Which of the following is a yeast?
a) Microsporum species
b) Aspergillus species
c) Penicillium species
d) Candida albicans

d