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91 Cards in this Set

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plague
fleas
tularemia
fleas and ticks
salmonellossis
flies
lyme disease
ticks
relapsing fever
ticks and lice
typhus fever
lice
tick borne typhus fever
ticks
scrub typhus fever
mites
murine typhus fever
fleas
rocky mountain spotted fever
ticks
q fever
ticks and mites
trench fever
lice
viral encephalitis
mosquitos
yellow fever
mosquitos
dengue fever
mosquitos
sandfly fever
female sandfly
colorado tick fever
ticks
tick borne encephalitis
ticks
african sleeping sickness
tsetse fly
chagas disease
true bug
kala azar and other leishmaniases
sandfly
malaria
mosquitos
picornaviridae
naked, polyhedral
polio
common cold
hepatitis A
+ RnA
Togaviridae
enveloped, polyhedral
rubella
+ RNA
flaviridae
enveloped, polyhedral
yellow fever
+ RnA
retroviridae
enveloped, spherical
AIDS
tumors
adult leukemia
+ RNA
paramyxoviridae
enveloped, helical
measles
- RNA
rhabdoviridae
enveloped, helical
rabies
- RNA
orthomyxoviridae
enveloped, helical
influenza A and B
- RnA
filoviridae
envoloped, filamentous
Ebola
Marburg
- RNA
bunyaviridae
enveloped, spherical
respiratory distress
hemorrhagic fevers
- RNA
reoviridae
naked, polyhedral
respiratory and GI infections
DS RNA
adenoviridae
naked, polyhedral
respiratory infections
DS DNA
herpesviridae
enveloped, polyhedral
herpes
chicken pox
DS DNA
poxviridae
envoloped, complex shape
small pox
cow pox
DS DNA
papovaviridae
naked, polyhedral
warts
cervical and penile cancers
DS DNA
hepadnaviridae
enveloped, polyhedral
hepititis B
DS DNA
picornaviridae
naked, polyhedral
polio
common cold
hepatitis A
+ RnA
Togaviridae
enveloped, polyhedral
rubella
+ RNA
picornaviridae
naked, polyhedral
polio
common cold
hepatitis A
+ RnA
flaviridae
enveloped, polyhedral
yellow fever
+ RnA
Togaviridae
enveloped, polyhedral
rubella
+ RNA
retroviridae
enveloped, spherical
AIDS
tumors
adult leukemia
+ RNA
flaviridae
enveloped, polyhedral
yellow fever
+ RnA
paramyxoviridae
enveloped, helical
measles
- RNA
retroviridae
enveloped, spherical
AIDS
tumors
adult leukemia
+ RNA
paramyxoviridae
enveloped, helical
measles
- RNA
rhabdoviridae
enveloped, helical
rabies
- RNA
rhabdoviridae
enveloped, helical
rabies
- RNA
orthomyxoviridae
enveloped, helical
influenza A and B
- RnA
orthomyxoviridae
enveloped, helical
influenza A and B
- RnA
filoviridae
envoloped, filamentous
Ebola
Marburg
- RNA
filoviridae
envoloped, filamentous
Ebola
Marburg
- RNA
bunyaviridae
enveloped, spherical
respiratory distress
hemorrhagic fevers
- RNA
bunyaviridae
enveloped, spherical
respiratory distress
hemorrhagic fevers
- RNA
reoviridae
naked, polyhedral
respiratory and GI infections
DS RNA
reoviridae
naked, polyhedral
respiratory and GI infections
DS RNA
adenoviridae
naked, polyhedral
respiratory infections
DS DNA
adenoviridae
naked, polyhedral
respiratory infections
DS DNA
herpesviridae
enveloped, polyhedral
herpes
chicken pox
DS DNA
herpesviridae
enveloped, polyhedral
herpes
chicken pox
DS DNA
poxviridae
envoloped, complex shape
small pox
cow pox
DS DNA
poxviridae
envoloped, complex shape
small pox
cow pox
DS DNA
papovaviridae
naked, polyhedral
warts
cervical and penile cancers
DS DNA
papovaviridae
naked, polyhedral
warts
cervical and penile cancers
DS DNA
hepadnaviridae
enveloped, polyhedral
hepititis B
DS DNA
hepadnaviridae
enveloped, polyhedral
hepititis B
DS DNA
Parvoviridae
naked, polyhedral
erythema infectiosum (in children)
SS DNA
killing or removal of all microorganisms
sterilization
reducing the number of pathogenic organisms to the point where they pose no danger of disease
disinfection
chemical agent that can safely be used externally on living tissue to destroy microorganisms or inhibit their growth
antiseptic
chemical agent used on inanimate objects to destroy
does not kill spores
disinfectant
chemical agent typically used on food-handling equipment and eating utensils
sanitizer
inhibits growth of bacteria
bacteriostatic agent
capable of killing microbes rapidly, kills certain microorganisms but not all
germicide
kills bacteria not spores
bactericide
inactivates viruses
viricide
kills fungi
fungicide
kills bacterial or fungal spores
sporocide
an allergic reaction to molds and spores
hypersensitivity
poisoning of man and animals by feeds and food products contaminated by fungi which produce toxins from the grain substrate
mycotoxicoses
the ingestion of prefored toxin i.e. mushrooms
mycetismus
those that benefit from the host without causing it any harm
commensals
host in which the parasite lives its adult and sexual stage
definitive
the host in which a parasite lives the larval and asexual stage
intermediate
host that harbor the parasite and thus ensure continuity of the parasite's life cycle and acts as additional sources of human infection
reservoir
does not encyst already has protection inside host (crustacean)
Guinea worm
in pigs
round worm
in cows
tape worm
snails and cercarias
blood fluke
infects lymphatic system
elephantitis
madura foot