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  • 1 . What type of tissue can C. trachomatis infect?
    Columnar epithelial
  • 2 . Most basic nutrient media are used for growing
    nonfastidious organisms that comprise the majority of bacteria.
  • 3 . What antibiotic is in the glycopeptide group?
    Vancomycin
  • 4 . Thioglycolate (THIO) broth is stored
    at room temperature.
  • 5 . The order of resistance, starting with the most resistant is
    bacterial spores, mycobacteria, nonlipid or small viruses, fungi, vegetative bacteria, and lipid or medium-size viruses.
  • 6 . What is not considered a basic dye?
    Eosin
  • 7 . For best results when preparing smears from sputum or feces, select
    areas with mucus or blood
  • 8 . What antibiotic is added to blood agar to partially suppress endogenous oropharyngeal flora and improve the recovery of S. pneumoniae?
    Gentamicin
  • 9 . What is usually the causative agent of ophthalmia neonatorum?
    Neisseria gonorrhoeae
  • 10 . What is the minimum amount of specimen collected for each bottle in a two-bottle blood culture resulting in a final recommended dilution ratio of 1:10 on an adult patient?
    10 ml