Animal Disease Ex2- Reportable Diseases

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Who are diseases reported to?two possibilities, name one
Staphylococcus hyicus causes what disease in pigs?
pasteurella is ____ shaped
almost half of cat bite wounds become ______
rhinitis, bronchopneumonia, abscesses, atrophic rhinitis in swine, and abortion (in sheep/goats) are clinical signs of what disease?
staphylococcal infections are gram ______ and produce _____
pasteurellosis treatment in animals includes ______ and removing stress
__% of the US population will incur a bite wound
Pasteurella _____ is the most common species of pasteurella (multocida, septica, or gallicida)
tough, dormant, non-reproductive stage bacteria form when nutrients are scarce
are staphylococcal infections aerobic or anaerobic, and facultative or obligate?
the distribution of staphylococcal infections is _____
gram positive bacteria are what color?
how do humans typically get infected with staphylococcal infections?
is pasteurella opportunistic?
strangles is caused by _________
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prevention and control of streptococcal infections in animals involves ____ and reducing _____
are bacteria eukaryotic or prokaryotic?
crushing, tearing bite wounds are from ____
staphylococcal bacteria are _____ shaped
streptococcal infections are gram ____
puncture bite wounds are from ____
streptococcal infections are ____ shaped and form _____
are streptococcal infections aerobic or anaerobic, and facultative or obligate?
bacteria reproduce by _______.
is pasteurella aerobic or anaerobic, and facultative or obligate?answer as 'obligate/facultative aerobe/anaerobe'
Pasteurella is a gram ___
What is one reason some diseases are reported? there are many, name one
pasteurellosis treatment in humans includes antibiotics and ___________
most animal bite wounds are from what species?
is greasy pig disease zoonotic?

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