Zoonosis: Quiz

Question 1: It is hard to be certain which diseases jumped from other animals to humans, but there is good evidence that measles, smallpox, influenza, ________, and diphtheria came to us this way.
HIVSafe sexHIV and AIDS misconceptionsAIDS

Question 2: In 1994, seven cases of E. coli O157:H7 infection were traced to a farm in ________, United Kingdom.

Question 3: The most significant zoonotic pathogens that cause the foodborne diseases are those of Escherichia coli O157:H7, Campylobacter, Caliciviridae, and ________.

Question 4: In 2005, the ________ (CDC) issued an updated list of recommendations for preventing zoonosis transmission in public settings.
European Centre for Disease Prevention and ControlCenters for Disease Control and PreventionBiological hazardChinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Question 5: In 2000, 51 people became ill with confirmed or suspected E. coli O157:H7 infections after visiting a dairy farm in ________.
North CarolinaNew JerseyPennsylvaniaConnecticut

Question 6: ________ is a zoonotic disease[2], as are salmonella, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, and Lyme disease.
CholeraBubonic plagueBrucellosisPlague (disease)

Question 7: In 1988, a person became ill with swine influenza virus (swine flu) and died after visiting the display area of the pig barn at a ________ county fair.

Question 8: Two of the three children developed ________ (HUS).
BartonellosisHemolytic-uremic syndromeEscherichia coli O157:H7Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome

Question 9: Also in 1995, at least 13 children became ill with Cryptosporidiosis after visiting a farm in ________, Ireland.

Question 10: Most of human ________ was spent as small bands of hunter-gatherers; these bands were rarely larger than 150 individuals, and were not in contact with other bands very often.
Early modern periodStone AgePrehistoryAncient history

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