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Microbial Deck During the course of the semester, you will develop your own “Deck of Microbes”. While there will be differences between individual student cards, there are some fundamental information that should be on everyone’s cards. You should NOT put this off until the end of the semester! It will be an ongoing project that should not consume vast amounts of time at any one time. The complete deck is due Week 15. You are encouraged to submit it earlier! When students approach card preparation in the right frame of mind, the design and production of the cards becomes a significant component of the learning process. Once the cards are prepared, they provide an important means to prepare for the Course Final Exam. After this course ends, these cards will also be useful in other courses and professional endeavor. You will be tested on these organisms in the course Final Exam. Maximum total point value for the entire deck = 100 Front of card ORGANISM NAME [SCIENTIFIC NAME – must be expressed appropriately] Drawing (USE COLOR IF APPROPRIATE) [USE CARD COLOR TO CODE FOR ORGANISM TYPE] EX. RED and PURPLE FOR GRAM-NEG AND GRAM-POS BACTERIA; GREEN FOR FUNGI; BLUE FOR PROTOZOA; WHITE FOR HELMINTHS; YELLOW FOR VIRUSES. The goal is to use some sort of system that works for you! Back of card Include the following information that is relevant and distinguishing! SUGGESTIONS: Nickname – if there is one Common infection type Rout of transmission Prevention strategies Treatment Other SIGNIFICANT information ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ You are welcome to use your textbook as your resource, but if you would like additional information, there are many excellent websites. To access resources, click on the following links: BACTERIA: Todar’s Online Textbook of Bacteriology; scroll down to see a list of human bacterial pathogens. Microbe World Centers for Disease Control Grading Criteria: • All organisms included • Front of card contains scientific name of organism, properly expressed and a drawing of the organism • Distinguishing information • Logical organization / Thoughtful arrangement of information • Submitted by due date Organisms: BACTERIA 1. Staphylococcus aureus (skin infections) 2. Streptococcus pyogenes (throat and skin infections) 3. Salmonella spp. 4. EHEC Escherichia coli 5. Vibrio cholera 6. Clostridium tetani 7. Clostridium perfringens 8. Clostridium difficile 9. Bacillus anthracis 10. Borrelia burgdorferi 11. Mycobacterium tuberculosis 12. Bordatella pertussis 13. Neisseria gonorrhoeae 14. Treponema pallidum 15. Mycoplasma pneumoniae (walking pneumonia) FUNGI 16. Pneumocystis carinii 17. Candida albicans (thrush, vaginitis, systemic) 18. Tinea sp.(ringworm) PROTOZOA 19. Giardia lamblia 20. Trichomonas vaginalis 21. Cryptosporidium spp. 22. Plasmodium spp. 23. Primary Amoebic Meningoencephalitis 24. Toxoplasma gondii HELMENTHS 25. Taenia solium and Taenia saginata (use 1 card) 26. Entrobius vermicularis 27. Necator americanus 28. Dirofilaria immitis VIRUSES 29. Flavivirus West Nile 30. Rabies virus 31. HSV (cold sores and genital herpes) 32. Varicella zoster virus (chickenpox and shingles) 33. Human immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) 34. Rhinovirus (common cold) 35. Human Papillomavirus (warts) 36. Epstein-Barr virus (mono) 37. Poliovirus 38. Ebola
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