Past Exam for ENT 156 - Bio Of Paras at UC Davis (UCD)

Exam Information

Material Type:Mid-Term
Class:ENT 156 - Bio Of Paras
University:University of California - Davis
Term:Spring 2005
  • Enterobius Vermicularis
  • Ascaris Suum
  • Biological Vectors
  • Particularly
  • Definitive Host
  • Following Statements
  • Toxocara Cati
  • Toxocara Canis
  • Plant Cells
  • Intermediate Host
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1 ENT156 Midterm #1, April 22, 2005 KEY KEY KEY KEY KEY CORRECT ANSWERS ARE UNDERLINED AND BOLD Read each question completely and choose the best response. 1. The biological vectors of this human filarial disease requires an environment with well- oxygenated freshwater for development. The nematode causing this disease is: a) Wuchereria bancrofti b) Ascaris suum c) Enterobius vermicularis d) Onchocerca volvulus e) Dracunculus medinensis 2. Nematodes are members of the phylum: a) Nematomorpha b) Nematoda c) Secernentea d) Arthropoda e) Adenophorea 3. In the life cycle of Dracunculus mediensis, the crustacean serves as a: a) paratenic host b) final host c) intermediate host d) definitive host e) dead-end host 4. Which of the following statements is true: a) There is no cure for human malaria b) More people die of West Nile virus in the United States each year than from HIV (AIDS) c) In 1900, more people in the United States died of cancer than infectious diseases d) In the Un...

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