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1

one of the most common organisms in surface waters of the world

vibrios

2

____ never invades human tissue

cholera

3

this disease can be trasmitted through large air conditioning units

Legionnaires' disease

4

this food-borne or water-borne disease is caused by Salmonella enterica.

Typhoid

5

Susceptibility to food spoilage is based on

moisture content

6

one of the few bacterial diseases that can pass thru to the placenta

Listeriosis

7

this bacteria can be found in unpastuerized dairy products and greens

Listeria

8

name three types of microorganisms in the coliform group

Enterobacter, Escherichia coli, and Klebsiella pneumoniae

9

this bioluminescent, halo-tolerant microorganism has a flagella

cholera

10

this bacteria is mostly found in brackish waters

cholera

11

this bacteria is caused by a toxin that alters the uptake of electrolytic ions, taking water from the bloodstream and into the intestinal lumen

cholera

12

bacteria that can grow at refrigerator temperatures

psychrotolerant

13

most spoilage organisms are inhibited at a pH ____

less than 5.

14

____ and _____ reduce the availability of water for microbial growth

Sugar and salt

15

what type of radiation is used in irradiation food preservation?

gamma and beta radiation and x-rays

16

this food-borne bacteria is caused by a toxin

Staphylococcus aureus

17

this anaerobic bacteria produces endospores

clostridium

18

this bacteria is the most commonly reported source of food poisoning

clostridium perfringens

19

this is a severe and often fatal type of food poisoning

botulism

20

this food or water-borne bacteria invades phagocytes and grows intracellularly

salmonella

21

this intracellular pathogen is responsible for listeriosis

listeria monocytogenes

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the incubation periods of this bacteria are so long that it makes tracing the source difficult

listeria