Chapter 7 - Self-Evaluation and Chapter Confidence

A student is ill. Her friend asks her how she feels. Which of the following would be the most likely response if she were in the prodromal period?

A young chicken farmer, working alone in an isolated farm, develops a contagious influenza infection, caused by a new strain that has a vastly different genetic composition from the old strains. She visits her local community regularly. Her community all received an influenza vaccination that did not include a vaccine against this strain. What outcome would you predict?

A young chicken farmer, working alone in an isolated farm, develops a contagious influenza infection caused by a new strain. She visits her local community regularly. Her community all received an influenza vaccination that did not include a vaccine against this strain. Suppose that the farmer is isolated immediately upon detection of her disease. Which outcome would you predict?

Which of the following is a mismatch?

Etiology refers to the study of

Microbial antagonism refers to

A person develops influenza as a result of infection with the influenza virus. The relationship between the virus and the person is

Koch’s postulates were first used to determine the

The time between the initial infection and the onset of symptoms is called the

Which method cannot be used to fully or partly control a communicable disease?

The period during which major disease occurs is called the

Chronic diseases

Latent diseases

Septicemia refers to pathogens growing in the

Which of the following is true about human microbiomes?