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No cell wall, no nucleus, no ribosomes, DNA or RNA

virus

2

Peptidoglycan wall, single chromosome, 70S ribosome

bacteria

3

Chitin wall, ergosterol membrane, 80S ribosomes, nucleus.

Fungus

4

Sterol membrane, no chitin wall, 80S ribosomes, nucleus

parasite

5

Ability to cause disease

pathogenicity

6

Ability to cause serious disease

virulence

7

Hospital acquired infection

nosocomial

8

Part of the normal flora

commensal

9

Ability of two dissimilar living together

symbiosis

10

Both organisms need each other to function.

syndergism

11

Lag, Log, stationary and death

Bacterial growth phases

12

Phase of exponential growth

Log phase

13

Factors which affect bacterial growth

Heat, irradiation, antimicrobial chemicals, antibiotics

14

Disease triangle

Host, agent, environment

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All viruses are RNA except HHHAPPPy ones which are?

DNA

16

3 DNA viruses are enveloped

HepaDNA, Herpes, Pox

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3 DNA viruses are naked

Papilloma, Adeno, and Polyoma

18

1 DNA virus is single stranded

Parvo B19

19

All RNA single stranded virus are + EXCEPT 6

6 FABulous PROfessionals

20

Negative sense RNA viruses

Paramyxo, Rhabdo, Orthomyxo, Filo, Arena, Bunya

21

All hepatitis viruses are RNA EXCEPT:

Hepatitis B (HepaDNA group)

22

All hepatitis viruses are speed by the orofecal route EXCEPT:

Hep B and C (sex and blood)

23

Single stranded retro virus

Human immune deficiency virus

24

All ARBO viruses are flavin viruses except:

California Encephalitis (Bunyan virus)

25

Parotitis, pancreatitis, and painful orchitis

Paramyxovirus

26

Common cold with runny nose and sore throat

Corona virus

27

Hand, foot, and mouth lesions

coxsackie virus

28

Bacteria without cell walls

mycoplasma

29

Obligate intracellular parasites

Chlamydia, rickettsiae, coxiella

30

Flexible bacteria

borrelia, leptospira, and treponema