Sunday, January 9, 2011

List of diseases

Make a list of infectious diseases and the organism that causes it, completing the following table:

#    Disease          Organism                               Type               
1    Malaria          Plasmodium                          Eukaryotic unicellular parasite
2    Flu                 Hemoinfluenza                     Virus
3    Chicken pox
4                          Escherichia coli
5                          Salmonella typhimurium
6                          Streptecoccus aureus
7                          Streptococcus pneumoniae
8   Dysentery
9   AIDS
10                                                                     Roundworm
11                        Karenia brevis                    
12  Hepatitis
13 MRSA
14                       Helicobacter pilori
15                       Cytomegalovirus (CMV)
16 Rabbies
17 SARS
18 Varicella
19 Papilloma
20                       TMV

32 comments:

  1. Jullian Ileto
    Period 7
    1/9/2011

    1 Malaria Plasmodium Eukaryotic Unicellular Parasite

    2 Flu Hemoinfluenza Virus

    3 Chicken Pox varicella-zoster Virus

    4 Diarrhea Escherichia coli Bacterium

    5 Salmonella Salmonella typhimurium Bacteria

    6 Staph Streptecoccus aureus Bacteria

    7 Pneumococcal Disease Streptococcus pneumoniae Bacteria

    8 Dysentery Shigella Organism

    9 AIDS HIV Virus

    10 Roundworm Infection Roundworm Roundworm

    11 Respiratory problems Karenia Brevis Bloom

    12 Hepatitis Hepatitis B Virus

    13 MRSA Staph Bacteria

    14 Gastiritis Helicobacter Pilori Bacteria

    15 Mononucleosis Cytomegalovirus Herpes Virus

    16 Rabies Rabies Virus

    17 SARS SARS Associated Corona Virus Virus

    18 Varicella Varicella Zoster Virus Virus

    19 Papilloma Human Papilloma Virus Virus

    20 Mosaic Areas TMV Virus

    Sources: CDC Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the University of Minnesota.

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  2. Michael Parrott

    1. Malaria Plasmodium Eukaryotic Unicellular parasite
    2. Flu Hemoinfluenza Virus
    3. Chicken pox varicella-zoster (VZV) virus
    4. E. Coli Escherichia coli bacteria
    5. salmonella Salmonella typhimurium unicellular bacteria
    6. staph streptococcus aureus colonizing bacteria
    7. pneumonia Streptecoccus pheumonia unicellular bacteria
    8. Dystentery entamoeba histolytica Eukarotic unicellar parasite
    9. AIDS human immunodeficiency virus virus
    10. roundworm nematode eukaryotic multicellular parasite
    11. red tide karenia brevis unicellular photosynthetic
    12. hepatitis hepadnavirus virus
    13. MRSA methicillin-resistant staphyloccocus aerus colonizing bacteria
    14. Ulcers helicobacter pilori unicellular bacteria
    15. Herpes cytomegalovirus (CMV) virus
    16. Rabies lyssavirus virus
    17. SARS SARS coronavirus Virus
    18. Varicella varicella-zoster virus
    19. Papilloma human papilloma virus virus
    20. Tobacco coloring TMV bacteria

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  3. Alexa Gonzalez
    1/10/11
    Period 2
    Honors Biology

    Disease
    Organism
    Type

    1. Malaria
    Plasmodium
    Eukarytic unicellular parasite
    2. Flu
    Hemoinfluenza
    Virus
    3. Chicken pox
    Varicella-zoster
    Virus
    4. Food poisoning
    Escherichia coli
    Virus
    5. Reiter's Syndrome
    Salmonella typhimurium
    Bacteria
    6. Skin infections
    Streptococcus aureus
    facultatively anaerobic
    7. Community-acquired pneumoniae
    Streptococcus pneumoniae
    Gram-positive, catalase-negative cocci
    8. Dysentery
    Bacillus
    Bacillary and amoebic
    9. AIDS
    Human immunodeficiency virus
    Virus
    10. Enterobiasis
    Enterobius vernicularis
    Round worm
    11. Red tides
    Karenia brevis
    Single-celled
    12. Heptatitis
    Picornaviridae
    Virus
    13. MRSA
    Staphylococcus aureus
    Bacteria
    14. Peptic ulcers
    Helicobacter pilori
    Gram-negative, microaerphilic bacterium
    15. Hearing Loss
    Cytomegalovirus (CMV)
    Virus
    16. Rabies
    Lyssavirus
    Virus
    17. SARS
    Cronaviridae
    Virus
    18. Varicella
    Herpesvirus
    Virus
    19. Papilloma
    HPV
    Virus
    20. Mosaic Disease
    TMV
    Virus

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  4. Period 7

    #    Disease           Organism                               Type               
    1    Malaria          Plasmodium                         Eukaryotic unicellular parasite
    2    Flu                 Hemoinfluenza                     Virus
    3    Chicken pox Varicella Zoster Virus Virus
    4    Food Poisoning             Escherichia coli Bacteria
    5    Salmonellosis Salmonella typhimurium Bacteria
    6    Skin Infections to Pneumonia   Streptecoccus aureus Bacteria
    7    Pneumonia                      Streptococcus pneumoniae Bacteria
    8   Dysentery Bacillus Bacteria
    9   AIDS HIV Virus
    10  Parasites inside body      Various species                   Roundworm
    11  Red Tide, Toxins Karenia brevis                      Single-celled Photosynthetic organism
    12  Hepatitis Hepatitis Virus Virus
    13 MRSA Methicillin-Resistant S. aureus Bacteria
    14  Stomach ulcers            Helicobacter pilori Bacteria
    15  Viral Herpes           Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Virus
    16 Rabies Rabies Virus Virus
    17 SARS SARS Coronavirus Virus
    18 Varicella Chicken Pox Virus
    19 Papilloma HPV Virus
    20 Mottling of Leaves    TMV Virus

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  5. Maryann Rodriguez
    HBIO
    Period 4

    3- varicella-zoster; virus
    4- food poisoning; bacteria
    5- gastroenetritis; bacteria
    6- staph infections; bacteria
    7- pneumonia; bacteria
    8- shigella; bacteria
    9- HIV; virus
    10- ascariasis; ascaris lumbricoides
    11- red tide; marine dinflagellate
    12- heptitis virus; virus
    13- staphylococcus aureus; bacteria
    14- peptic ulcer disease; bacteria
    15- cytomegalic inclusion disease; virus
    16- rhabdovirus; virus
    17- coronavirus; virus
    18- varicella-zoster; virus
    19- human papillomavirus; virus
    20- Tobacco mosaic virus disease; virus

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  6. Enmanuel Espinales
    1. Malaria Plasmodium Eukaryotic Unicellular parasite

    2. Flu Hemoinfluenza Virus

    3. Chicken Pox VZV virus

    4. E. Coli Escherichia coli bacteria

    5. salmonella Salmonella typhimurium bacteria

    6. staph streptococcus bacteria

    7. pneumonia Streptecoccus bacteria

    8. Dystentery entamoeba histolytica Eukarotic unicellar parasite

    9. AIDS human immunodeficiency virus virus

    10. roundworm nematode eukaryotic multicellular parasite

    11. red tide karenia brevis unicellular photosynthetic

    12. hepatitis hepadnavirus virus

    13. MRSA methicillin-resistant staphyloccocus bacteria

    14. Ulcers helicobacter pilori bacterium

    15. Herpes CMV virus

    16. Rabies lyssavirus virus

    17. SARS SARS coronavirus Virus

    18. Varicella varicella zoster virus

    19. Papilloma human papilloma virus virus

    20. Tobacco Mosaic TMV virus

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  7. Dominick Mulder
    January 10, 2011
    H-Bio
    Period 2

    # Disease Organism Type
    1 Malaria Plasmodium Eukaryotic unicellular parasite
    2 Flu Hemoinfluenza Virus
    3 Chicken pox Varicella Zoster Virus
    4 E. Coli Escherichia coli Bacteria
    5 Salmonellosis Salmonella typhimurium Bacteria
    6 Staph Infection Staphylococcus aureus Bacteria
    7 Pneumonia Streptococcus pneumonia Bacteria
    8 Dysentery Entamoeba histolytica Eukaryote
    9 AIDS HIV Virus
    10 Ascariasis Ascaris lumbridcoides Roundworm
    11 Red Tide Karenia brevis Bacteria
    12 Hepatitis Hepatitis Virus
    13 MRSA MRSA Bacteria
    14 H. Pylori Helicobacter pilori Bacteria
    15 Herpes Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Virus
    16 Rabies Rabies Virus
    17 SARS SARS coronavirus Virus
    18 Varicella Varicella Virus
    19 Papilloma Human Papillomavirus Virus
    20 TMV Tobacco Mosaic Virus Virus

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  8. Escalante Period 2January 10, 2011 at 7:50 PM

    3.Varicella,virus
    4.Virulent strains of E. coli can cause gastroenteritis, urinary tract infections, and neonatal meningitis. In rarer cases, virulent strains can be responsible for haemolytic-uremic syndrome, peritonitis, mastitis, septicaemia and Gram-negative pneumonia,negative gram bacteria
    5.typhoid fever,negative gram bacteria
    6.Ritter's disease staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome (SSSS),Gram-positive coccus bacteria
    7.Pneumococcal Disease ,gram positive pathogenic bacterium
    8.Shigella , bacterial or protozoan infection or infestation of parasitic worms, but can also be caused by a chemical irritant or viral infection
    9.it cant replicate its own so its not an organism it needs a host to replicate,Human immunodeficiency
    virus
    10.Ascariasis,parasite
    11.can be harmful to ocean animals and cause the red ocean tide,dinoflagellate
    12.HBV OR HAV HCV,Virus
    13.methicillin resistant Staph aureus,bacteria
    14.peptic ulcer disease,bacteria
    15.CMV Disease,herpes virus type 5
    16.Rhabdoviridae,RNA virus
    17.SARS,coronavirus
    18.1its a viruse needs a host,Varicella Zoster virus,
    19.HPV,VIRUS
    20.plant disease,tobacco mosaic virus

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  9. Gabriella Elmir
    Peroid:#2
    1/10/11
    Dr.Ochatt
    Hnrs. Biology

    1 Malaria Plasmodium Eukaryotic unicellular parasite
    2 Flu Hemoinfluenza Virus
    3 Chicken pox Varicella zoster Virus
    4 EHEC Escherichia coli Eubacteria
    5 Salmonella Salmonella typhimurium Bacteria
    6 SSSS disease Streptecoccus aureus Eubacteria
    7 Pneumococcal Streptococcus pneumoniae Bacteria
    8 Dysentery Bacillus Bacterial/ Parasitic worm
    9 AIDS HIV Virus
    10 Enterobiasis Enterobius vermicularis Roundworm
    11 HAB Karenia brevis Dinoflagellate
    12 Hepatitis Hepatitides Virus
    13 MRSA Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureu Virus
    14 Peptic ulcers Helicobacter pilori Bacteria
    15 HCMV Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Virus
    16 Rabbies Lyssaviruses Virus
    17 SARS SARS coronavirus Virus
    18 Varicella Zoster Virus
    19 Papilloma Papilla Virus
    20 Tobacco mosaic TMV Virus

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  10. 1. Malaria Plasmodium Eukaryotic Unicellular parasite
    2. Flu Hemoinfluenza Virus
    3. Chicken pox varicella-zoster VZV virus
    4. E. Coli Escherichia coli Bacteria
    5. Salmonella Salmonella typhimurium Unicellular Bacteria
    6. Staph Streptococcus Aureus Colonizing Bacteria
    7. Pneumonia Streptecoccus pheumonia Unicellular Bacteria
    8. Dystentery Entamoeba Histolytica Eukarotic Unicellar Parasite
    9. AIDS human Immunodeficiency Virus Virus
    10. Roundworm Nematode Eukaryotic Multicellular Parasite
    11. Red Tide Karenia Brevis Unicellular Photosynthetic
    12. Hepatitis hepadnavirus Virus
    13. MRSA Methicillin-Resistant Staphyloccocus Aerus Bacteria
    14. Ulcers Helicobacter Pilori Unicellular Bacteria
    15. Herpes Cytomegalovirus CMV Virus
    16. Rabies Rabbiesvirus Virus
    17. SARS SARS Coronavirus Virus
    18. Varicella Varicella-Zoster Virus
    19. Papilloma Human Papilloma Virus Virus
    20. Tobacco Coloring TMV Virus

    Source: Center of Disease Control and World Health Organization

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  11. Camila A. Diaz
    P-7

    3. Chicken pox; Varicella-zoster; Virus
    4. E. Coli; Escherichia coli; bacteria
    5. Salmonella; Salmonella typhimurium; bacteria
    6. staph;Streptecoccus aureus; bacteria
    7. lobar pneumonia; Streptococcus pneumoniae; bacteria
    8. Dysentery; Shigella, amoeba Entamoeba; bacteria
    9. AIDS; HIV; virus
    10. ascariasis; phylum Nematoda; roundworm
    11. HAB; Karenia brevis; algea
    12. Hepatitis; hepatitides; virus
    13. MRSA; Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; bacteria
    14. dyspepsia, gastritis, and ulcers; Helicobacter pilori; bacteria
    15. HIV; Cytomegalovirus (CMV); virus
    16. Rabbies; Rabies; virus
    17. SARS; SARS coronavirus; virus
    18. Varicella; varicella-zoster; virus
    19. Papilloma; HPV; virus
    20. mottling and discoloration on leaves; TMV; virus

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  12. Meredith Lee-pd.4

    1.Malaria -Plasmodium - Eukaryotic Unicellular Parasite
    2.Flu -Hemoinfluenza- Virus
    3.Chicken Pox- varicella-zoster -Virus
    4. - Escherichia coli -Bacterium
    5.Salmonella -Salmonella typhimurium -Bacteria
    6.Staph streptococcus aureus bacteria
    7.Pneumococcal Disease Streptococcus pneumoniae Bacteria
    8.Dysentery Shigella Organism
    9.AIDS HIV Virus
    10.Roundworm Infection Roundworm
    11.Respiratory problems Karenia Brevis Bloom
    12.Hepatitis Hepatitis B Virus
    13.MRSA Staph Bacteria
    14.Gastiritis Helicobacter Pilori Bacteria
    15.Mononucleosis Cytomegalovirus Herpes Virus
    16.Rabies Rabies Virus
    17.SARS SARS Associated Corona Virus
    18.Varicella Varicella Zoster Virus
    19.Papilloma Human Papilloma Virus
    20.Mosaic Areas TMV Virus

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  13. Angelica Ruiz
    Period 7
    1/11/11

    1. Malaria Plasmodium Eukaryotic Unicellular parasite
    2. Flu Hemoinfluenza Virus
    3. Chicken pox Varicella-zoster Virus
    4. E. coli Escherichia coli Bacteria
    5. Salmonella Salmonella typhimurium Bacteria
    6. Staph Streptococcus aureus Bacteria
    7. Lobar pneumonia Streptococcus pneumonia Bacteria
    8. Dysentery Shigella Bacteria
    9. AIDS HIV Virus
    10. Nematode Parasite in the body Roundworm
    11. Red tide Karenia brevis Single-celled photosynthetic organism
    12. Hepatitis Hepatitis A, B, or C Virus
    13. MRSA Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Staph bacteria
    14. Chronic gastritis Helicobacter pilor Bacteria
    15. Herpes Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Virus
    16. Rabies Rabies Virus
    17. SARS SARS-associated coronavirus Virus
    18. Varcilla Varicella-zoster Virus
    19. Papilloma HPV Virus
    20. TMV Tobamovirus Single-stranded RNA virus

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  14. Gabriella Elmir
    Period:#2
    Hnrs.Biology

    1 Malaria Plasmodium Eukaryotic unicellular parasite
    2 Flu Hemoinfluenza Virus
    3 Chicken pox Varicella zoster Virus
    4 EHEC Escherichia coli Eubacteria
    5 Salmonella Salmonella typhimurium Bacteria
    6 SSSS disease Streptecoccus aureus Eubacteria
    7 Pneumococcal Streptococcus pneumoniae Bacteria
    8 Dysentery Bacillus Bacterial/ Parasitic worm
    9 AIDS HIV Virus
    10 Enterobiasis Enterobius vermicularis Roundworm
    11 HAB Karenia brevis Dinoflagellate
    12 Hepatitis Hepatitides Virus
    13 MRSA Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureu Virus
    14 Peptic ulcer Helicobacter pilori Bacteria
    15 HCMV Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Virus
    16 Rabbies Lyssaviruses Virus
    17 SARS SARS coronavirus Virus
    18 Varicella Zoster Virus
    19 Papilloma Papilla Virus
    20 Tobacco mosaic TMV Virus

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  15. Katherine GlickmanJanuary 11, 2011 at 4:15 PM

    Katherine Glickman
    Period 2nd
    1/11/11

    1. Malaria Plasmodium Eukaryotic Unicellular Parasite

    2. Flu Hemoinfluenza Virus

    3. Chicken Pox Varicella-Zoster Virus

    4. Diarrhea Escherichia Coli Bacterium

    5. Salmonellosis Salmonella Typhimurium Bacteria

    6. Staph Streptecoccus Aureus Bacteria

    7. Pneumococcal Disease Streptococcus Pneumoniae Bacteria

    8. Dysentery Shigella Organism

    9. AIDS HIV Virus

    10. Roundworm Nematode Eukaryotic Multicellular Parasite

    11. Respiratory Problems Karenia Brevis Bloom

    12. Hepatitis Hepatitis B Virus

    13. MRSA Staph Bacteria

    14. Gastiritis Helicobacter Pilori Bacteria

    15. Mononucleosis Cytomegalovirus Herpes Virus

    16. Rabies Rabies Virus Virus

    17. SARS SARS Associated Corona Virus

    18. Varicella Varicella-Zoster Virus

    19. Papilloma HPV Virus

    20. Mosaic Areas TMV Virus

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  16. 1 Malaria; Plasmodium; Eukaryotic unicellular parasite
    2 Flu; Hemoinfluenza; Virus
    3 Chicken pox; Varicella; Virus
    4 Food Poisoning; Escherichia coli; Bacteria
    5 Salmonella; Salmonella typhimurium; bacteria
    6 Food Poisoning; Streptecoccus aureus; bacteria
    7 Pneumonia; Streptococcus pneumoniae; Bacteria
    8 Dysentery; entamoeba histolytica; virus
    9 AIDS; human immunodeficiency virus; virus
    10 Ascariasis; hematode; Roundworm
    11 Gastrointestinal problems; Karenia brevis; single celled organism
    12 Hepatitis; hepatitis viruses; virus
    13 MRSA; Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; bacteria
    14 Ulcers; Helicobacter pilori; Bacteria
    15 Herpes; Cytomegalovirus (CMV); Virus
    16 Rabbies; Lyssavirus; Virus
    17 SARS; SARS Coronavirus; Virus
    18 Varicella; Varicella-zoster virus; Virus
    19 Papilloma; Human papillomavirus; virus
    20 Tabacoo Discoloring; TMV; Virus

    Information from www.wikipedia.org

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  17. Camille Gladieux
    Period 7
    Jan. 12, 2010

    1 Malaria Plasmodium Eukaryotic Unicellular Parasite

    2 Flu Hemoinfluenza Virus

    3 Chicken Pox varicella-zoster Virus

    4 Diarrhea Escherichia coli Bacterium

    5 Salmonella Salmonella typhimurium Bacteria

    6 Staph Streptecoccus aureus Bacteria

    7 Pneumococcal Disease Streptococcus pneumoniae Bacteria

    8 Dysentery Shigella Organism

    9 AIDS HIV Virus

    10 Roundworm Infection Roundworm Roundworm

    11 Respiratory problems Karenia Brevis Bloom

    12 Hepatitis Hepatitis B Virus

    13 MRSA Staph Bacteria

    14 Gastiritis Helicobacter Pilori Bacteria

    15 Mononucleosis Cytomegalovirus Herpes Virus

    16 Rabies Rabies Virus

    17 SARS SARS Associated Corona Virus Virus

    18 Varicella Varicella Zoster Virus Virus

    19 Papilloma Human Papilloma Virus Virus

    20 Mosaic Areas TMV Virus

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  18. 3. Chicken pox; varicella zoster; virus
    4. Diarrhea; Escherichia coli; bacteria
    5. Salmonella;Salmonella typhimurium;bacteria
    6 Staph infection;Streptecoccus aureus;bacteria
    7 Pneumonia;Streptococcus pneumoniae;bacteria
    8 Dysentery;bacillus;parasite
    9 AIDS;HIV;virus
    10 parasite infection;parasite species;Roundworm
    11 Red tide;Karenia brevis;one-celled algae
    12 Hepatitis A,B or C;hepatitis;virus
    13 MRSA;Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus ;bacteria
    14 dyspepsia;Helicobacterpilori;bacteria
    15 herpes family;Cytomegalovirus (CMV);virus
    16 Rabies;rabies virus;virus
    17 SARS; SARS coronavirus;virus
    18 Varicella;varicella zoster;virus
    19 Papilloma;papilloma virus;virus
    20 mottling leaves;TMV;virus

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  19. Olivia Azadikhah
    Period 2


    3 Varicella-zoster, virus
    4 Food poisoning, bacterium
    5 Salmonella, bacterium
    6 Staph, bacterium
    7 Pneumonia, bacterium
    8 Shigella ,bacterium
    9 HIV, virus
    10 various species, parasite
    11 red tide, alga
    12 hepatitis viruses, viruses
    13 Staphylococcus aureus, bacteria
    14 gastritus, bacteria
    15 herpes family, virus
    16 lyssavirus, virus
    17 SARS, virus
    18Varicella zoster, virus
    19 Condyloma, virus
    20 Mosaic, virus

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  20. Jasmine Felix
    HBIO- Per.7
    1/11/1


    1 Malaria/ Plasmodium/ Eukaryotic unicellular parasite

    2 Flu/ Hemoinfluenza/ Virus

    3 Chicken pox/ Varicella-zoster/ Virus

    4 E. Coli/ Escherichia coli/ Virus

    5 Salmonella/ Salmonella typhimurium/ Bacteria

    6 Staff Infection/ Streptecoccus aureus/ Bacteria

    7 Pneumonia/ Streptococcus pneumonia/ Bacteria

    8 Dysentery/ Shigella/ Bacteria

    9 AIDS/ Human immunodeficiency virus/ Virus

    10 Trichinosisv/ Trichinella/ Roundworm

    11 Unknown/ Karenia brevis/ Phytoplankton

    12 Hepatitis/ Hepatitus Virus/ Virus

    13 MRSA/ Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus
    aureus/ Bacteria

    14 Stomach Ulcers/ Helicobacter pilori/ Bacteria

    15 Herpes/ Cytomegalovirus (CMV)/ Virus

    16 Rabbies/ Lyssavirus/ Virus

    17 SARS/ Disambiguation/ Virus

    18 Chickenpox/ Varicella/ Virus

    19 Papilloma/ Human papillomavirus/ Virus

    20 Tobacco mosaic/ TMV/ Virus

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  21. Mariana Gaviria
    Period 7

    1. Malaria; Plasmodium; Eukaryotic Unicellular Parasite

    2. Flu; Hemoinfluenza; Virus

    3. Chicken Pox; Varicella-zoster; Virus

    4. Food Poisoning; Escherichia coli; Bacteria

    5. Salmonella; Salmonella typhimurium; Bacteria

    6. Staph; Streptecoccus aureus; Bacteria

    7. Pneumococcal Disease; Streptococcus pneumonia; Bacteria

    8. Dysentery; Bacillus of the Shigella group (bacillary dysentery) and Amoeba Entamoeba histolytica (amoebic dysentery); Bacteria

    9. AIDS; HIV; Virus

    10. Roundworm; Nematode Parasite; Roundworm

    11. Red Tide; Karenia Brevis; Unicellular Photosynthetic organism

    12. Hepatitis; Hepatitis Viruses or Toxins; Virus

    13. MRSA; Methicillin-Resistant Staphyloccocus aureus; Bacteria

    14. Stomach Ulcers; Helicobacter Pilori; Bacteria

    15. Herpes; Cytomegalovirus (CMV); Virus

    16. Rabies; Rabies virus and lyssavirus; Virus

    17. SARS; SARS Coronavirus; Virus

    18. Varicella; Varicella Zoster Virus; Virus

    19. Papilloma; Human Papilloma Virus; Virus

    20. Mottled leaves; TMV; Virus

    Citations:
    -"Diseases & Conditions: Information About Diseases, Viruses, Conditions and Prevention." New York State Department of Health. Web. 11 Jan. 2011. .
    -"Diseases and Conditions." Mayo Clinic. Web. 11 Jan. 2011. .
    - "CDC - Diseases & Conditions." Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Web. 11 Jan. 2011. .

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  22. p7
    1 Malaria-Plasmodium-Eukaryotic unicellular parasite
    2 Flu-Hemoinfluenza-Virus
    3 Chicken pox-varicella zoster-virus
    4 ecoli-Escherichia coli-bacteria
    5 salmonella-salmonella typhimurium-Salmonella typhimurium
    6 staph infection-Streptecoccus aureus-bacteria
    7 pneumonia-Streptococcus pneumoniae-bacteria
    8 Dysentery-bacillus shigella-bacteria
    9 AIDS-HIV-virus
    10 parasite infection-roundworm-Roundworm
    11 red tide-Karenia brevis-Chromalveolata
    12 Hepatitis-picordnavirus/hepadnavirus-virus
    13 MRSA-Staphylococcus aureus-bacteria
    14 ulcers-Helicobacter pilori-bacteria
    15 herpes-Cytomegalovirus (CMV)-virus
    16 Rabies-Lyssavirus-virus
    17 SARS-coronavirus-virus
    18 Varicella-varicella zolster-virus
    19 Papilloma-HPV-virus
    20 motttling of tobacco leaves-TMV-virus

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  23. Zack Schneider
    HBIO
    Period 4



    # Disease Organism Type

    1 AIDS

    2 Malaria Plasmodium Eukaryotic unicellular parasite

    3 Parasites inside body Various species Roundworm

    4 Skin Infections to Pneumonia Streptecoccus aureus Bacteria

    5 Chicken pox Varicella Zoster Virus Virus

    6 SARS SARS Coronavirus Virus

    7 Viral Herpes Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Virus

    8 Mottling of Leaves TMV Virus

    9 Stomach ulcers Helicobacter pilori Bacteria

    10 Papilloma HPV Virus

    11 Rabies Rabies Virus Virus

    12 MRSA Methicillin-Resistant S. aureus Bacteria

    13 Red Tide, Toxins Karenia brevis Single-celled

    14 Dysentery Bacillus Bacteria

    15 Food Poisoning Escherichia coli Bacteria

    16 Salmonellosis Salmonella typhimurium Bacteria

    17 Skin Infections to Pneumonia Streptecoccus aureus Bacteria

    18 Tobacco coloring TMV bacteria

    19 roundworm nematode eukaryotic multicellular parasite

    20 staph streptococcus aureus colonizing bacteria

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  24. Summer Ricardo
    January 12 2011
    Period 2

    +Malaria~Plasmodium~Eukaryotic Unicellular Parasite
    +Flu~Hemoinfluenza~Virus
    +Chicken Pox~Varicella-Zoster~Virus
    +Diarrhea~Escherichia Coli~Bacterium
    +Salmonella~Salmonella Typhimurium~Bacteria
    +Staph~Streptecoccus Aureus~Bacteria
    +Pneumococcal Disease~Streptococcus Pneumoniae~Bacteria
    +Dysentery~Shigella~Organism
    +AIDS~HIV~Virus
    +Roundworm Infection~Roundworm~Roundworm
    +Respiratory Problems~Karenia Brevis~Bloom
    +Hepatitis~Hepatitis B~Virus
    +MRSA~Staph~Bacteria
    +Gastiritis~Helicobacter Pilori~Bacteria
    +Viral Herpes~Cytomegalovirus[CMV]~Virus
    +Rabies~Rabies~Virus
    +SARS~Coronavirus~Virus
    +Varicella~Chicken Pox~Virus
    +Papilloma~Human Papilloma Virus[HPV]~Virus
    +Mosaic Areas~TMV~Virus
    HPV is practically worts

    Sorry it's late ;^^ Power went out yesterday and I didn't have time during school.

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  25. Amanda Zakka
    Period 4

    # Disease Organism Type
    1. Malaria Plasmodium Eukaryotic unicellular parasite

    2. Flu Hemoinfluenza Virus
    3. Chicken pox Varicella Zoster Virus Virus
    4. Food Poisoning Escherichia coli Virus
    5. Reiter’s Syndrome Salmonella typhimurium Bacteria
    6. Skin infections Streptecoccus aureus Bacteria
    7. community acquired pneumonia Streptococcus pneumonia Gram-positive ,catalese-negative cocci
    8. Dysentery Shigella Bacillary and amoebic
    9. AIDS HIV virus
    10. enterobians ascaris lumbricoides Roundworm
    11. red tides Karenia brevis dinoflagellate(single-celled organisms)
    12. Hepatitis picornavindae virus
    13. MRSA staphylococci bacteria
    14. peptic ulcers Helicobacter pilori bacteria
    15. hearing loss Cytomegalovirus (CMV) virus
    16. Rabbies lyssavirus virus
    17. SARS coronavirus virus
    18. Varicella herpesvirus virus
    19. Papilloma HPV virus
    20. mosaic disease TMV virus

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  26. Claudia Perera
    Period 7

    1. Malaria parasite, Plasmodium, Eukaryotic unicellular
    2. Flu, Hemoinfluenza, Virus
    3. Chicken Pox, Varicella Zoster, Virus
    4. Gastroenteritis, Escherichia coli, Bacteria
    5. Reiter's syndrome, Salmonella typhimurium, Bacteria
    6. Staph infection, Streptococus aureus, Bacteria
    7. Pneumonia, Streptococcus pulmononiae, Bacteria
    8. Dysentery, Shigella, Bacteria
    9. AIDS, HIV, Virus
    10.Enterobians ascaris, Lumbricoides, Roundworm
    11. Red Tide, Karenia Brevis, Single-celled photosynthetic organism
    12. Hepatitis, Picornavindae, Virus
    13. MRSA, staphylococcus aureus, Bacteria
    14. Gastric Ulcer, Helicobacter pilori, Bacteria
    15. Hearing Loss, Cytomegalovirus (CMV), Virus
    16. Rabbies, Rhabdovirus, Virus
    17. SARS, Coronavirus, Virus
    18. Varicella, Varicella Zoster Virus, Virus
    19. Papilloma, HPV, Virus
    20. Mosaic disease, TMV, Virus

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  27. Yaima Costa
    Period: 4
    Jan. 27, 2010


    1. Malaria-Plasmodium Eukaryotic unicellular parasite
    2. Flu- Hemoinfluenza Virus
    3. Chicken pox- Varicella Zoster Virus Virus
    4. Food Poisoning- Escherichia coli Bacteria
    5. Salmonellosis Salmonella typhimurium Bacteria
    6. Skin Infections to Pneumonia Streptecoccusaureus Bacteria
    7. Pneumonia-Streptococcus pneumoniae Bacteria
    8. Dysentery- Bacillus Bacteria
    9. AIDS-HIV Virus
    10. Roundworm Infection-Roundworm~Roundworm
    11. Red Tide- Kareniabrevis Single-celled Photosynthetic organism
    12 Hepatitis- Hepatitis Virus Virus
    13 MRSA Methicillin-Resistant S.- aureus Bacteria
    14 Stomach ulcers- Helicobacter pilori Bacteria
    15 Viral Herpes- Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Virus
    16 Rabies- lyssavirus Virus
    17 SARS- Coronavirus Virus
    18 Varicella- Chicken Pox Virus
    19 Papillom-a HPV Virus
    20 Mottling of Leaves-TMV Virus

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  28. 1. Malaria- Plasmodium Eukaryotic Unicellular parasite

    2. Flu- Hemoinfluenza Virus

    3. Chicken Pox- VZV Virus

    4. E. Coli- Escherichia Coli Bacteria

    5. Salmonella- Salmonella Typhimurium Bacteria

    6. Staph- Streptococcus Bacteria

    7. Pneumonia- Streptococcus Bacteria

    8. Dysentery- Entamoeba histolytica Eukarotic Unicellar Parasite
    Hepadnavirus
    9. AIDS- Human Immunodeficiency Virus, Virus

    10. Roundworm Nematode Eukaryotic Multicellular Parasite

    11. Red Tide- karenia brevis unicellular photosynthetic

    12. hepatitis- Picornavindae virus

    13. MRSA methicillin-resistant staphyloccocus bacteria

    14. Ulcers- helicobacter pilori bacterium

    15. Herpes- CMV virus

    16. Rabies- Lyssavirus virus

    17. SARS- SARS coronavirus Virus

    18. Varicella- varicella zoster virus

    19. Papilloma- human papilloma virus virus

    20. Tobacco Mosaic- TMV virus

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  29. Disease Organism Type
    1 Malaria Plasmodium Eukaryotic Unicellular parasite.
    2 Flu Hemoinfluenza Virus
    3 Chicken Pox Varicella Zoster Virus
    4 Diarrhea Escherichia coli Bacteria
    5 Salmonella Salmonella typhimurium Unicellular bacteria
    6 Straph Streptecoccus aureus Bacteria
    7 Pneumococcal Streptococcus pneumoniae Bacteria
    8 Dysentery Shigella Organism
    9 AIDS HIV Virus
    10 Roundworm roundworm Roundworm-parasite
    11 Respitory Complications Karenia Brevis Bloom
    12 Hepatitis Virus
    13 MRSA staphtlococcus Bacteria
    14 Gastiritis Helicobacter pilori Bacteria
    15 Herpes. Cytomegalovirus Virus
    16 Rabbies Rhaabdovirus Virus
    17 SARS SARS Virus
    18 Varicella Varcella Zoster Virus
    19 Papiloma HPV Virus
    20 Tobacco Mosaic Virus TMV Rna Virus

    Aliya Habib P2

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  30. Rebecca Sell
    per.2
    3.) Chicken pox-varicella-zoster- virus
    4.)gastroenteritis-Escherichia coli- bacterium
    5.) Typhoid Fever- Salmonella typhimurium-bacterium
    6.) Staph Infection - Streptecoccus aureus- bacterium
    7.)pneumonia-Streptococcus pneumoniae- bacterium
    8.)Dysentery-Shigella dysenteriae-bacteria
    9.)AIDS-HIV-Virus
    10.)Ascariasis-Nematode-Roundworm
    11.) Red Tide -Karenia brevis- single-celled photosynthetic
    12.)Hepatitis-Picornavindae - virus
    13.)MRSA-Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus-bacterium
    14.)dyspepsia -Helicobacter pilori- bacteria
    15.) herpes -Cytomegalovirus- virus
    16.)Rabies -rabies- virus
    17.)SARS-SARS - virus
    18.)Varicella- varicella-zoster- virus
    19.)Papilloma-HPV - Virus
    20.)Tomato-Tobacco Mosaic-TMV- Virus

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  31. 1 Malaria Plasmodium Eukaryotic unicellular parasite
    2 Flu Hemoinfluenza Virus
    3 Chicken pox Varicella-Zoster Virus
    4 E. Coli Escherichia coli Bacteria
    5 Salmonella Salmonella typhimurium Bacteria
    6 Staph Streptecoccus aureus Bacteria
    7 Pneumonia Streptococcus pneumoniae Bacteria
    8 Dysentery Bacillus Bacteria
    9 AIDS Human Immunodeficiency Virus Virus
    10 Nematode Roundworm Roundworm
    11 Red Tide Karenia brevis Algae
    12 Hepatitis Hepatitis Virus Virus
    13 MRSA S. Aureus Bacteria
    14 Ulcers Helicobacter pilori Bacteria
    15 Herpes Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Virus
    16 Rabies Lyssavirus Virus
    17 SARS SARS coronavirus Virus
    18 Varicella Varicella-zoster Virus
    19 Papilloma HPV Virus
    20 Tobacco Mosaic TMV Virus

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