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Question 1:
What is the binomial of Fasciola hepatica?
Fasciola hepatica
Aplocheilichthys vitschumbaensis
Guzmania claviformis
Pareronia ceylonica

Question 2: ________ is only an occasional consequence of liver fluke.
GastroenteritisTraveler's diarrheaDiarrheaVomiting

Question 3: The effects of liver fluke are referred to as fascioliasis, and include ________, weight loss and sub-mandibular oedema.
Aplastic anemiaAnemiaIron deficiency anemiaPernicious anemia

Question 4: The newly excysted juvenile does not feed at this stage, but once it finds the ________ parenchyma after a period of days, feeding will start.
Endocrine systemImmune systemPancreasLiver

Question 5: In the ________, Fasciola hepatica is a frequent cause of disease in ruminants - this is most common between March and December.
CanadaWalesUnited KingdomEngland

Question 6: This immature stage in the liver tissue is the pathogenic stage, causing ________ and clinical signs sometimes observed in infected animals.
Pernicious anemiaAnemiaIron deficiency anemiaAplastic anemia

Question 7: The disease caused by the fluke is called ________ (also known as fasciolosis).

Question 8: In order to complete its life cycle, F. hepatica requires an aquatic snail as an intermediate host such as Galba truncatula, in which the ________ can reproduce asexually.
Dirofilaria immitisParasitismToxoplasmosisToxocara cati

Question 9: In the ________, the parasite breaks free of the metacercariae and burrows through the intestinal lining into the peritoneal cavity.
Human gastrointestinal tractStomachDuodenumSmall intestine

Question 10: Fasciola hepatica, also known as the common liver fluke or sheep liver fluke, is a parasitic flatworm of the class Trematoda, phylum ________ that infects liver of various mammals, including humans.

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