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Question 1:
What phylum does Streptococcus belong to?

Question 2:
What genus does Streptococcus belong to?
Eremanepsia
Notommoides
Streptococcus
Gerontha

Question 3: S. pneumoniae, a leading cause of bacterial pneumonia and occasional etiology of otitis media, sinusitis, ________ and peritonitis.
EncephalitisMeningoencephalitisMeningitisGastroenteritis

Question 4: [5] In the UK, clinicians have been slow to implement the same standards as the US, ________ and Canada.
AustraliaBarbadosBelizeJamaica

Question 5:
What is the genus authority of Streptococcus?
Cassini in F. Cuvier,
Leach, 1814
Rosenbach, 1884
Faxon, 1895

Question 6:
What classis does Streptococcus belong to?

Question 7: Streptococci are oxidase- and ________-negative, and many are facultative anaerobes.
CatalasePRDX3MyeloperoxidaseGPX1

Question 8: In addition to streptococcal pharyngitis (or strep throat), certain Streptococcus species are responsible for many cases of ________, bacterial pneumonia, endocarditis, erysipelas and necrotizing fasciitis (the 'flesh-eating' bacterial infections).
MeningitisGastroenteritisMeningoencephalitisEncephalitis

Question 9: If strep throat is not treated, it can develop into ________, a disease that affects the joints and heart valves.
Rheumatic feverMyocarditisTuberculous pericarditisSubacute bacterial endocarditis

Question 10: Other streptococci are labeled as gamma hemolytic, actually a ________, as no hemolysis takes place.
CanadaEnglandUnited StatesMisnomer







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