Isolation and Identification of Bacteria Causing Gastroenteritis
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|Office:||4th floor, Radiopoetro.|
|Lab:||4th floor, Radiopoetro.|
|Pre-test:||10 questions, true-false.|
- EHEC is a common cause of "traveler's diarrhea". False.
- Pseudomonas is a member of Enterobacteriaceae. False.
- Enterobacteriaceae are gram-positive. False.
- Enterobacteriaceae can be differentiated by microscopy. False.
- TCBS is used for the isolation of Vibrio sp. True.
- V. cholerae shows yellow colonies. True.
- MIO is used to see motility. True.
- Alkaline pepton water is used as a transport medium for vibrio. True.
- Proteus sp. form red colonies. False.
- Lactose-fermenting bacteria form white colonies. False.
- Pseudomonas is NOT an enterobactericeae. True
- E. Coli is an endogenous bacteria. True
- Indole is made out of lysine. False
- Lactose fermenting bacteria gives pink-pigmented colonies. True
- Salmonella sp. is a non-lactose fermenting bacteria. True
- ETEC is the cause of non-bloody diarrhea. True
- EHEC is the cause of bloody diarrhea. True
- SSS and MIO is used to detect motility. True
- Vibrio Cholerae in TCBS prpduce red color. False
- Enterobactericeae is a short gram negative cocci. False
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