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MMBIO 221: Exam 2 Crossword

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Here's another crossword puzzle, this time over unnatural outbreak, emerging infectious diseases, and chemotherapeutic agents. Be sure to know that pink sheet! ;)
General Microbiology
Donald Breakwell
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Microbiology, Microbiology, outbreak, outbreak, disease, Emerging, antibiotics, disease
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Date Created: 09/23/16
MMBIO 221 Exam 2 Review Unnatural Outbreak, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Chemotherapeutic Agents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 ACROSS emerging diseases) 2 compound abbreviation for trimethoprim and sulfamethaxzaole, which together 3 NIAID category for pathogens newly recognized in the past 20 years treat the respiratory Tree, gastrointestinal tract and Mouth, and Pee 12 acronym for large ribosomal subunit inhibitors (genitourinary tract) 13 large ribosomal subunit inhibitors which act against gram positive bacteria, 4 The deliberate use of an infectious disease to cause an epidemic for political or including MRSA; ex: Linezolid religious reasons 17 NIAID category for agents with bioterrorism potential 5 Deliberate release of pathogens (one of the 9 factors contributing to emerging 18 Microbial evolution of a disease (one of the 9 factors contributing to emerging diseases) diseases) 6 Type of response to unnatural outbreak with these purposes: prepare, plan, stay 20 First discoverer of penicillin in 1928, one of the "fathers of antibiotics" (2 words) informed, 72-hour kit 21 tetracyclines have ____ ring shapes in their chemical structure 7 abx which inhibit DNA synthesis by inhibiting DNA gyrase 24 beta-lactam abx function by inhibiting synthesis of bacterial _____ (2 words) 8 What people do (one of the 9 factors contributing to emerging diseases) (4 words) 25 beta-lactam abx which are only active against gram negative bacteria, includes 9 Examples include global warming, seasonal changes (one of the 9 factors aztreonam contributing to emerging diseases) (4 words) 26 Type of response to unnatural outbreak with these purposes: inform, monitor 10 Cephalosporins which can be remembered by the letters ph, f, fep, and pir are community health issues & challenges, secure communication lines for effective against gram ___ bacteria information, educate & empower citizens beforehand, liaison between state, 11 beta-lactam abx can be distinguished by the ___ shape in their chemical structure federal & health organizations 14 large ribosomal subunit inhibitors which treat meningitis emergencies and can 28 An emerging infectious disease is an infectious disease whose incidence in cause aplastic anemia; ex: Chloramphenicol humans has increased in the past _____ years or threatens to increase in the near 15 Examples include improper cooking or sanitation methods (one of the 9 factors future contributing to emerging diseases) (4 words) 29 Examples include earthquakes & tsunamis (one of the 9 factors contributing to 16 abx which inhibit DNA synthesis by destroying the sugar-phosphate backbone emerging diseases) (2 words) of DNA; not to be confused with antifungal azoles 32 large ribosomal subunit inhibitors which treat gram positive infections; safest of 19 Penicillins which can be remembered by the acronym I MET a NAsty OX (2 words) all abx, used for penicillin-allergic patients 22 large ribosomal subunit inhibitors which are used to treat infections caused by 33 Name for widespread violence (one of the 9 factors contributing to emerging anaerobic bacteria; ex: Clindamycin diseases) 23 Type of response to unnatural outbreak with these purposes: inform government 35 abx which is not a beta-lactam but still related to them because it functions in a about abnormal incidence, universal precautions, placement (inc. quarantine) & similar way;; considered an antibiotic of last resort treatment of patients 36 Two men who discovered streptomycin in 1943, one of which is considered the 26 beta-lactam abx whose spectrum includes gram negative bacteria, includes other "father of antibiotics" (3 words) carbenicillin & ticarcillin 37 beta-lactam abx with a narrow spectrum, used to treat staph and strep, comes in 27 protein synthesis inhibiting abx which treat infections caused by gram negative forms G and V aerobes and some anaerobic bacilli - not to be confused with macrolides 41 Examples include catheters & contact lenses (one of the 9 factors contributing to 30 dihydrofolate reductase inhibitors are a type of ____ inhibitors emerging diseases) (4 words) 31 Cephalosporins which can be remembered by the letters fam, fa, fur, fox, te, tri, 42 broader spectrum beta-lactam abx than pen G and V, includes ampicillin and taz, tax, tiz, and ti are effective against gram ___ bacteria amoxicillin 34 small ribosomal subunit inhibitors which cannot be taken along with dairy 43 acronym for small ribosomal subunit inhibitors products due to chelation of cations; examples include doxycycline, 44 Number of CDC categories for infectious agents (know these categories!) chlortetracycline, and minocycline 38 Type of response to unnatural outbreak with these purposes: inform, fund, DOWN heavy measures (i.e. martial law), legislate, federal agencies (CDC, homeland security) 1 Where people live or where they move to (one of the 9 factors contributing to 39 NIAID category for re-emerging pathogens 40 beta-lactam abx with the broadest spectrum of any antibiotic MMBIO 221 Exam 2 Review Unnatural Outbreak, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Chemotherapeutic Agents 1 D 2 E T M M 3 G R O U P I B 5B G S 6 I I I R M O N O A X T D T P F E I E H 8 S L R V R I 9C O 1N U R I R C S1 12 13 L O A M C E O X A Z O L I D I N O N E S Q 14 I I 15 G R R U R 16 U A M A F A O I A I N A M 17 18 A L O T Q S L S I G R O U P I I I M U T A T I O N A O I U M M T E H E N D V I R E A 1P D A L E X A N D E R F L E M I N G F O U R 2L N H3 N E B N O I I I E D N E D 2C E L L W A L L M M O N O B A C T A M S 26 E I H W O C O M M U N I T Y C O L 2A N C A A N A D O L T W E N T Y 29 M V I V T E N A T U R A L D I S A S T E R S S H I I L I E S B Z A C 30 N R L O R O O M A M 31 32 O O I 33R D 34 35 X L P I M A C R O L I D E S G N N W A R I T V A N C O M Y C I N E O D E T L M A L S E P S S E A Y E S C T T E I S B 36 C N E H R R W A K S M A N A N D S C H A T Z O O T R A I A I I L 37 38 S A E N B C P E N I C I L L I N V N I I L S G U Y G9 4P I E A C 41 A D V A N C E S I N H E A L T H C A R E T E C H N O L O G Y T E H S S I L O N L I S A T O I U E I O N A N N P M A M I N O P E N I C I L L I N S 43 T A G N E I S S A 44 E T H R E E S I L


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