Flashcards in micro- protozoal (giemsa stain)/ fungus / all the rest Deck (24):
_____: protozoa that causes dysentery via contaminated food and water
______ is the infected form
entamoeba histolytica (amebiasis)
cyst= infective form
______: protozoa that hikers get when they drink stream water
Giardia lamblia - "beaver fever"
s/s: flatulence, poor absorption, mucousy diarrhea
(two farty lesbians (with AIDS) hiking, drinking water, and getting the beaver fever)
Leishmania donovani = vector? , Dz?
dz: Kala- Azar
MC form of malaria ?
Plasmodium vivax (protozoa)
(the anopheles mosquito is the vixan of the vivax)
_____ stage is the patho stage of malaria (by plasmodium vivax)
(infective stage: moves through the body)
Most fatal form of malaria ?
Most common form of malaria?
fatal= plasmodium falciparum
MC: plasmodium vivax
black water fever =________ dz/ organism?
organism: plasmodium falciparum (urinate oxidized bl)
_______ organism: found in cat feces and can cause miscarriages in the 1st trimester
_____ organism: kissing " reduviid" bug = chagas dz
_____ organism: carried by the tsetse fly & causes african sleeping sickness
_____ organism: fungal infection- vector is nuts and grains. it causes fungus balls in the lungs
____ dz: fungal infection- san joaquin valley fever
_____ dz:fungal infection- mississippi. Ohio valley fever. Causes Ca+ in the lungs (similar to TB)
____ organism: fungal infection carried by pigeon droppings. #1 fungal infection / cause of death in AIDS
_____ organism: fungal infection carried by rosebush thorns/ flowers
Parasites or Eukaryotic or Prokaryotic?
(bact = prokaryotic)
Name 2 hookworms
Name two roundworms
Protozoa are eukaryotic or prokaryotic?
(parasite = eukaryotic)
Fungus is eukaryotic or prokaryotic?
(parasite & protozoa = eukaryotic)
_____ is a prominent unicellular fungus. Most fungus are multicellular
give an example of a bacteria without a cell wall: ___
____: herpes that is spread through hospital workers