Gbio 225 week 7 exam

Gbio 225 week 7 examQuestions  Exam What do pollen, dust mites, certain foods and drugs, insect venom, fungal spores, and some ingredients in cosmetics have in common? (1pts) [removed] they often contain dangerous bacteria [removed] they often act as allergens [removed] they all contain lipids [removed] they are all made of protein 2) Which antibodies are secreted when an allergic person is exposed to an allergen? (1pts) [removed] IgD [removed] IgM [removed] IgE [removed] IgA 3) A serious and sometimes fatal allergic reaction is (1pts) [removed] septic shock. [removed] anaphylactic shock. [removed] compensated shock. [removed] toxic shock. 4) When the body’s defenses turn against its own cells, the disorder is called (1pts) [removed] an autoimmune response. [removed] acquired immune deficiency syndrome. [removed] anaphylactic shock. [removed] passive immunity. 5) The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) primarily destroys which cells? (1pts) [removed] T1 [removed] B [removed] helper T and macrophages [removed] neutrophils 6) The method of contracting an illness after touching a contaminated doorknob, diaper or handkerchief is (1pts) [removed] inhalation contact. [removed] direct contact. [removed] indirect contact. [removed] contact with a vector. 7) Becoming infected by a pathogen following the bite of a mosquito is considered (1pts) [removed] indirect contact. [removed] inhalation contact. [removed] direct contact. [removed] contact with a vector. 8) The likelihood that a pathogen will make its host seriously ill is (1pts) [removed] pathogenicity. [removed] invasiveness. [removed] virulence. [removed] opulence. 9) The enzyme used by HIV that allows it to make DNA from RNA is (1pts) [removed] DNA ligase. [removed] restriction endonuclease. [removed] helicase. [removed] reverse transcriptase. 10) Endocarditis  (1pts) [removed] refers to ‘inside the heart’. [removed] refers to an irregular heart rhythm. [removed] is only found in elderly patients. [removed] is more problematic for women. 11) Infants born with a hole in some part of the hear wall are often referred to as (1pts) [removed] red babies. [removed] blue babies. [removed] purple babies. [removed] green babies. 12) Pneumonia may be caused by all of the following EXCEPT (1pts) [removed] bacteria. [removed] anemia. [removed] fungi. [removed] viruses 13) The most aggressive form of lung cancer is (1pts) [removed] squamous cell carcinoma. [removed] large-cell carcinoma. [removed] small-cell carcinoma. [removed] adenocarcinoma. 14) SARS is a form of (1pts) [removed] asthma. [removed] influenza. [removed] histoplasmosis. [removed] lung cancer. 15) A dangerous form of diarrhea complicated by anemia may be caused by (1pts) [removed] Mycobacterium tuberculosis. [removed] Clostridium botulinum. [removed] Staphylococcus aureus. [removed] Escherichia coli. 16) Infections, stress or factors that speed up peristalsis may cause (1pts) [removed] diarrhea. [removed] impaction. [removed] constipation. [removed] Crohn’s disease. 17) One of the most common of all childhood cancers is (1pts) [removed] bronchogenic carcinoma. [removed] Wilms tumor. [removed] glioblastoma. [removed] osteogenic sarcoma. 18) Nephritis may lead to cessation of blood filtering by the glomerulus because the kidney is (1pts) [removed] surrounded by a tough renal capsule. [removed] located behind the intestines. [removed] a paired structure. [removed] directly connected to the inferior vena cava 19) Bladder infections that travel up to the kidney are called (1pts) [removed] pyelonephritis. [removed] nephritis. [removed] pyelitis. [removed] glomerulonephritis. 20) One of the most common sexually transmitted diseases is (1pts) [removed] HIV [removed] chlamydia. [removed] syphilis. [removed] gonorrhea. 21) Why is Chlamydia trachomatis considered a “stealth” STD? (1pts) [removed] infections with it tend to sneak up on people. [removed] a large percentage of people who have it have no symptoms and may pass it on easily. [removed] when people have it, it is difficult to detect with modern techniques. [removed] it may be transmitted in many different ways making it difficult to figure out how a person got it. 22) Other than being STDs, what do chlamydia and gonorrhea have in common? (1pts) [removed] their symptoms are identical. [removed] they are caused by the same bacteria. [removed] they both may cause PID. [removed] they are both treated with the same antibiotics. 23) The area(s) of the body most susceptible to herpes simplex virus is (are) (1pts) [removed] mucous membranes of the mouth. [removed] mucous membranes of the genitals. [removed] broken skin. [removed] all of these. 24) Genital warts are caused by (1pts) [removed] HPV. [removed] Herpes virus. [removed] gonococcus. [removed] chlamydia. 25) HPV has been linked to (1pts) [removed] gonorrhea. [removed] cervical cancer. [removed] syphilis. [removed] genital herpes. 26) Which of the following diseases, not usually classified as an STD, may be spread by sexual contact? (1pts) [removed] hepatitis A [removed] hepatitis B [removed] lung cancer [removed] breast cancer 27) Which is a normal fungal inhabitant of the vagina that can overgrow under certain circumstances causing a “cottage cheesy” discharge, itching, and irritation? (1pts) [removed] Trichomonas vaginalis [removed] lactobacillus [removed] Escherichia coli [removed] Candida albicans 28) The treatment for trichomoniasis is (1pts) [removed] anti-fungals. [removed] antibiotics. [removed] gentian violet. [removed] iodine. 29) The treatment for a case of hepatitis B is (1pts) [removed] anti-fungal drugs [removed] penicillin [removed] rest [removed] a high protein diet 30) In relation to genital herpes, antiviral drugs (1pts) [removed] cure the disease. [removed] reduce the symptoms during recurrences. [removed] all are true except “cure the disease”. [removed] reduce the frequency of recurrences.

Looking for this or a Similar Assignment? Click below to Place your Order

Click Me
Improve Your Grades by Hiring a Top Tutor to Assist you on this or any other task before your deadline elapses