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Question: 9. Vibrio cholerae can cause cholera only if lysogenic conversion has occurred. What does his mea…


9. Vibrio cholerae can cause cholera only if lysogenic conversion has occurred. What does his mean? a. V. cholerae is in lysogeny and has integrated into bacteriophage b. V cholerae is infected with a temperate phage that is in lysogeny c. Human cells are infected with a temperate phage that is in lysogeny d. V. cholerae has integrated and exists as a prophage in human cells 10.Al f the following are required for disease to occur. What is the second step in microbial pathogenesis? a. Pathogen exit b. Host damage c. Pathogen entry d. Tissue attachment 11. In which stage does formation of mature viruses occur? Assembly b. Synthesis c. Release d. Penetration (entry) 12. Which of the following sites is typically sterile? a. Bladder b. Stomach c. Mouth d. Vagina 13. Which of the following would most likely kill a mesophile?

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9. Vibrio cholerae can cause cholera only if lysogenic conversion has occurred. What does his mean? a. V. cholerae is in lysogeny and has integrated into bacteriophage b. V cholerae is infected with a temperate phage that is in lysogeny c. Human cells are infected with a temperate phage that is in lysogeny d. V. cholerae has integrated and exists as a prophage in human cells 10.Al f the following are required for disease to occur. What is the second step in microbial pathogenesis? a. Pathogen exit b. Host damage c. Pathogen entry d. Tissue attachment 11. In which stage does formation of mature viruses occur? Assembly b. Synthesis c. Release d. Penetration (entry) 12. Which of the following sites is typically sterile? a. Bladder b. Stomach c. Mouth d. Vagina 13. Which of the following would most likely kill a mesophile?

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