Identify this organism. What kingdom does it belong to?
Name the structure indicated by the arrow. What is its purpose?
Identify the type of spores pictured. Do they indicate sexual or asexual reproduction?
Give the common name of these organisms. What is their division? What is their subkingdom? What is their kingdom?
Give the genus name of the organism at the tip of the pointer. Name the phylum to which this organism belongs. What disease does it cause? What is the vector?
What is this container called? What is the catalyst involved in the reaction? What does the envelope containing sodium bicarbonate and sodium borohydride do? Name a disease caused by an anaerobic bacteria.
Name the genus of the fungus pictured. (Hint: It is the same organism we looked at in class under the dissecting microscope.) What subdivision does it belong to?
What is the common name for the class trematoda? What organ is usually infected with this organism?
What is the common name for the class Cestoda? What is the only cestode capable of completing its life cycle without an intermediat e host?
A, B: The eggs are rounded, diameter 31 to 43 µm, with a thick radially striated brown shell.The egg in Figure B still has the primary membrane that surrounds eggs in the proglottids. Identify the genus of the organism that produces the egg pictured above. What phylum does it belong to? Name two animals that generally are infected with worms of this genus.
What is the common name of the most common worm infection in the United States? What is the scientific name?
Catalase Test on Streptococcus lactis. How would you report out these results? Which gives a positive reaction…aerobes or anaerobes?