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Microbiology

Biology

Quiz 16 :

Host-Microbe Interactions

Quiz 16 :

Host-Microbe Interactions

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A relationship in which one partner benefits and the other is unaffected is termed
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Organisms that are found together and interact on a more or less permanent basis are in a relationship termed
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C

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Growth of a parasitic organism in or on the host is referred to as
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B

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The microorganisms that are regularly found in or on the body, yet do no apparent harm are called
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A relationship in which one partner benefits and the other is harmed is termed
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The infectious dose
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Which of the following members of the normal microbiota inhibit the growth of Candida albicans?
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The connection between a particular organism and a specific disease was first made by
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The interaction of all organisms within a biological community with their environment is called a(n)
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Which of the following is NOT true about the role normal microbiota plays in maintaining host health?
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The microorganisms that are occasionally found in or on the body are called
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Newborn babies acquire microbiota
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The series of steps used to connect an organism to a disease are known as
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The symbiotic relationship wherein both partners benefit is termed
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The suffix -emia means in the
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A disease-causing microorganism or virus is referred to as a(n)
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The composition of the normal microbiota may be affected by
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Opportunists or opportunistic pathogens
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The "hygiene hypothesis" proposes that
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The number of organisms necessary to cause infection is termed the
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