Animal Disease Exam 3 Ticks and Fungal Zoonoses

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Whati is the causative agent of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
this type of fungus cannot make or produce its own food, they get food from other living things
is treament for cryptococcosis long or short term?
classification of a dermatophyte that comes from a soil source
form of fungi that is filamentous, multicellular, and produce chains of cells called hyphae
most common route of transmission of cryptococcosis
feeds on living organism without killing them
type of pathogen that is present in low number but under the right conditions or in immunocompromised people can cause disease
reservoir of lymes disease
what shape bacteria causes lyme disease?
a mass of hyphae is called
form of fungi that is unicellular,and reproduces asexually by budding
does family argasidae include hard or soft ticks?
ticks belong to what class
hunting dogs are most at risk of catching this disease caused by a dimorphic fungi
treatment of choice for lyme disease
fungi that exist mostly in upper layers of skin, but can get in hair follicles
these should NOT be used to treat lyme disease
classification of a dermatophyte that comes from an animal source
small 1-2 nuclear spore
as few as ten bacillus that cause this disease can cause infection and 90-100% exposed to bacteria are infected. what disease is this?
most common species of ringworm is
drug of choice for treating sporotrichosis
This disease is caused by a bacteria that exists in either a rough or a smooth phase
large multinuclear spore
this type of fungi can exist as a yeast or a mold
localized cutaneous sporotrichosis is the most common form in
disease caused by a dimorphic fungi, spores become airborne when soil is disturbed, spread through bat and bird droppings
the most common tick-borne disease in the US is
paracoccidioidomycosis is isolated in this animal
sporothrix schenckii is the causative agent of
mouthparts of ixodidae are located
what clinical signs do animals with relapsing fever have?
does family ixodidae include hard or soft ticks?
disease caused by an atypical fungus classed as fungi by RNA analysis
how many meals do hard ticks consume during each form?
Is transmission of Ehrlichiosis/Anaplasmosis via hard or soft tick?
classification of a dermatophyte that comes from a human source
is relapsing fever caused by hard or soft ticks?
mouthparts of argasidae are located
lymphocutaneous sporotrichosis is the most common form in
type of pathogen that infects healthy animals and people
how many meals do soft ticks consume during each form
this form of sporotrichosis is uncommon
cryptococcus neoformans causes this disease
feeds on dead or decaying material
for at least how long must a tick stay attached to transmit lyme disease?

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