Veterinary Microbiology Questionbank – 3

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Prepared by:
Dr. Sonu S.Nair
PhD scholar, Veterinary Microbiology, IVRI

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  1. Herring bone appearance is seen in ………………. virus.
  2. Viral enterotoxin is produced by ………………. virus.
  3. Onion layer appearance of lymph node is seen in ……………….. disease.
  4. Quellung reaction is due to the presence of ……………….. in bacteria.
  5. Protein seen in between the envelope and capsid in virusus is called as ………………
  6. Nipah virus belongs to ………………. family
  7. As per the latest ICTV report (2018b) there are ……………. order, ………… family, …………. subfamily, …………. genus and …………… species of virus.
  8. The serotype of FMD virus which was recently removed from vaccine in India is ……………………….
  9. Strawberry lymph node is pigs is seen in ……………………….. disease.
  10. Mixing vessel of influenza virus is ……………..
  11. Blue eye in pigs is caused by ………………
  12. Palisade arrangement is seen in …………….. bacteria.
  13. Seagull wing appearance is seen in ……………… bacteria.
  14. Tender coconut smell is characteristic to the colony of ……………. bacteria.
  15. Pear shaped macroconidia are seen in …………………….. dermatophyte.
  16. Eastern blot test is used to analyze ……………………………………………
  17. Fungus which is abundantly seen in pigeon droppings is …………………………..
  18. Pearl of string test is for ………………………… bacteria.
  19. Germ tube test is used for ……………………………
  20. Negative staining in electron microscopy is done by ……………………………..
  21. Phenol in lactophenol cotton blue stain acts as …………………………………
  22. Bipolar staining is seen in ………………………….., ………………………………….. and ………………………………….. bacteria.
  23. Fluorescence seen in Woods lamp technique is due to the metabolite of ……………
  24. Type of spore arrangement in hair shaft by dermatophyte can be …………………, ……………………. or ……………………
  25. CIN agar is used for ……………………………… bacteria.
  26. MUG test is based on the presence or absence of ………………………….. enzyme.
  27. Magnetosomes are a kind of …………………. seen in some bacteria.
  28. Erysipelas in humans is caused by ……………………………
  29. Fish slime is a source of …………………….. bacteria.
  30. Hjarres disease is caused by …………………………
  31. Cup shaped depressions are seen on the surface of ………………….. virus.
  32. Protein A is located on the walls of …………….. and binds to the Fc region of …………………… antibody.
  33. Streptokinase activates …………..
  34. The degree of the ability of a pathogen to cause disease is called as ……………
  35. Exotoxins lose their toxicity when heated at …………………………… or treated with ……………….
  36. Toxoids have ………………….. but no ………………….
  37. ………………………… of LPS is knows as endotoxin.
  38. Lysozyme acts on the …………………. of bacteria.
  39. Interferons are ……………… specific and ……………… non specific.
  40. …………….. are the bacteriocins produced by E. coli
  41. Primary immune response is predominated by ……………….. antibodies whereas secondary immune response is predominated by ………………… antibodies.
  42. Single diffusion in one dimension is ……………………. test.
  43. Double diffusion in one dimension is ……………………. test.
  44. Double diffusion in two dimensions is ……………………..test.
  45. ……………………. Test is done to differentiate between recent infection and past infection.
  46. The most commonly used reagent for the effective coating of soluble antigens on RBC is ……………………..
  47. Membrane attack complex is ……………..
  48. Side chain theory of antibody formation is proposed by …………………
  49. The binding force between individual antibody combining site and the antigen determinant group is called as ……………….
  50. J chain is seen in …………………. and ……………… immunoglobulins.

Answers

  1. Paramyxovirus
  2. Rotavirus
  3. Caseous lymphadenitis
  4. Capsule
  5. Matrix
  6. Paramyxoviridae
  7. 14 order, 150 family, 79 subfamily, 1010 genus and 5560 species
  8. C
  9. Swine fever
  10. Pig
  11. Porcine rubula virus
  12. Corynebacterium
  13. Campylobacter
  14. Pasteurella
  15. Microsporum nanum
  16. Post-translational modifications of proteins
  17. Cryptococcus neoformans
  18. Bacillus anthracis
  19. Candida albicans
  20. Uranyl acetate
  21. Fungicide
  22. Pasteurella, Yersinia and Francisella
  23. Tryptophan
  24. Endothrix, Ectothrix and Favus
  25. Yersinia
  26. Beta-glucuronidase
  27. Inclusion body
  28. Streptococci
  29. Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae
  30. E. coli
  31. Calici
  32. Staphylococcus aureus, IgG
  33. Plasminogen
  34. Virulence
  35. 60 to 80 °C, acid
  36. Immunogenicity, Toxicity
  37. Lipid A
  38. Cell wall
  39. Species, virus
  40. Colicins
  41. IgM, IgG
  42. Oudin
  43. Oakley-Fulthrope
  44. Ouchterlony
  45. Mercaptoethanol test
  46. Tannic acid
  47. C5b6789
  48. Paul Ehrlich
  49. Affinity
  50. IgA and IgM

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