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does clostridium form spores?
this disease is spread through dry infected flea feces via the claw
clostridium botulinum mostly affects what animals?
what shape are brucellosis bacteria?
___ are the most common source worldwide for leptospirosis
humans and animals both typically get infected with botulinum through ingestion of _________
T or F: E coli is part of the normal flora
this is latent and widespread in wild and domestic birds other than psittacines
humans get infected with orthinosis through contact with birds and ____
flaccid paralysis, limberneck in fowl, and weakness/dizziness/abdominal pain/progressive paralysis in humans are all clinical signs of what?
clostridium is gram ____
is leptospirosis aerobic or anaerobic?
is brucellosis spore forming?
Clostridium _____ is often found in unsealed or bulging canned foods
this is spread through alkaline soil and surface water contaminated with urine
what shape are mycobacterium spp?
are brucellosis bacteria motile?
does anthrax form endospores?
treatment of brucellosis in animals is what?
_____ are the most sensitive of all animals to clostridium tetani
cat scratch fever is spread cat to cat by what?
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E. coli is a gram _____ rod
In animals, this disease is transmitted through vectors (contaminated food and water) and direct contact (ingestion from aborted fetus, licking contaminated genitals, copulation, o
what disease is a cause of abortions and moon blindness in horses?
30% of children with E coli develop:abbreviation or whole answer is fine
clostridium ______ typically infects animals through soil, ingestion, or over-eating and is foodborne infection in humans
puncture wounds, castration, and tail docking are the most common ways to get clostridium _____
what kind of toxins does clostridium produce?
if you leave this untreated it can be fatal, however simply washing your hands after a bite can prevent it completely
the reservoir of cat scratch fever is what animal?
what is the principle reservoir for rat bite fever?
this causes lesion formation varying in extent and location
These are ways of transmission for what? Environment, nose to nose contact, ingestion, fecal-oral contact
treatment of this in both humans and animals involves antibiotics, anti-toxin, sedatives, tranquilizers, and dark quiet rooms.
vaccines for _____ are only given to animals at risk for catching this, such as farm dogs, hunting dogs, and rural dogs
anthrax is a primary disease of ______
Mycobacterium spp. causes what?
how do we treat tuberculosis in animals?
leptospirosis is gram _____
muscle rigidity (saw-horse stance in animals) and locked jaw in humans are clinical signs of what?
does E coli produce toxins?
T or F: Cat scratch fever causes illness in cats
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in humans, the following clinical signs indicate which disease? flu-like symptoms, undulating fever
is E coli motile?
is clostridium aerobic or anaerobic?
cat scratch fever is caused by a gram ____ rod
this is caused by large, non-motile, gram positive bacilli
Which clostridium has clinical signs including enteritis, colitis, diarrhea, and sudden death in animals and diarrhea in humans?
do we treat clostridium perfringens in humans?
this is deadly to non-human primates and can be reverse-zoonotic
In humans, this disease is spread through accidental vaccination and direct contact (handling infected tissues, infected secretions, AI, and consuming infected products)
two clinical signs of brucellosis in animals:
the best way to prevent and control cat scratch fever is to control _____
how do we prevent and control clostridium perfringens?
which disease is caused by spirochetes with hooked ends that have corkscrew movements?
is clostridium obligate or facultative?
is brucellosis gram positive or negative?
red papule at site of inoculation, regional lymph node enlargement, low grade fever, and lethargy are clinical signs of what?
do we vaccinate cows for E coli in every herd?
Which vaccine is live and the bacteria that cause this disease live in testicles, so we don't vaccinate bull calves and only vaccinate heifers?
Clostridium botulinum is used to treat wrinkles- this is called ____

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