Lab Report

Lab report about Francisella Tularenis
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Classification
Subkingdom: Archaea Eubacteria
Genus: Species:
Cell Structure and Morphology (Download a photo)
Shape: coccus, bacillus, vibrio, spirillum, spirochete, pleomorphic
Arrangement: solitary (singles), diplo-, strepto-, tetra, sarcinae, palisade
Glycocalyx: slime layer, capsule, sheath
Cell Wall: Gram + or Gram –
Chemical composition: peptidoglycan, techoic acid, lipopolysaccharide
Outer membrane, if present
Periplasmic space
Appendages
Flagella: monotrichous, lophotrichous, peritrichous, amphitrichous
Pili
Fimbriae
Other Structures: plasmids, endospores, granules, inclusion bodies
Reproduction
Binary fission, budding, fragmentation
Metabolism
Carbon source: carbon dioxide, organic compounds (name 4 sugars)
Energy source: sunlight, inorganic compounds, organic compounds
Nutritional Type:
photoautotroph, photohetertroph, chemoautotroph, chemoheterotroph
Physical Requirements
Temperature: psychrophile, mesophile, thermophile, extremophile
Oxygen: obligate aerobe, obligate anaerobe, facultative anaerobe, microaerophile
pH: acidophile, alkalinophile, neutrophile
Osmotic Pressure: osmophile, halophile
Habitat/Niche
Aquatic, soil, plant, animal, sewage/waste, human food
Ecosystem Role: producer, consumer, decomposer
Interactions w/ other species: mutualism, synergism, commensalism, parasitism
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Disease Dynamics
Source: endogenous, exogenous
Virulence Factors: capsule, biofilm, pili, enzymes (keratinase, hyaluronidase,
collagenase, streptokinase, coagulase), toxins (leukocidin, hemolysin, endotoxin,
exotoxin)
Target Tissue: epithelial, connective, muscle, nervous
Type of Infection: acute, latent, local, focal, systemic, bacteremia, toxemia
Symptoms or signs:
Prevention:
Treatment:
Epidemiology
Status: endemic, emerging, re-emerging, epidemic, pandemic
Type of Infectious Disease: communicable, contagious, opportunistic
Incidence:
US Worldwide
Prevalence:
US Worldwide
Mortality:
Reservoir: soil, vector (carrier or zoonoses), water, food
Incubation period:
Period of Illness (prodromal thru decline):
Convalescence:
Transmission: direct contact, inoculation, food, water, airborne, nosocomial, fomite
Disease cycle (flow diagram with arrows)

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Lab Report

Lab report about Francisella Tularenis
Pleas find all require information. Just ansfers no full sentences>
Classification
Subkingdom: Archaea Eubacteria
Genus: Species:
Cell Structure and Morphology (Download a photo)
Shape: coccus, bacillus, vibrio, spirillum, spirochete, pleomorphic
Arrangement: solitary (singles), diplo-, strepto-, tetra, sarcinae, palisade
Glycocalyx: slime layer, capsule, sheath
Cell Wall: Gram + or Gram –
Chemical composition: peptidoglycan, techoic acid, lipopolysaccharide
Outer membrane, if present
Periplasmic space
Appendages
Flagella: monotrichous, lophotrichous, peritrichous, amphitrichous
Pili
Fimbriae
Other Structures: plasmids, endospores, granules, inclusion bodies
Reproduction
Binary fission, budding, fragmentation
Metabolism
Carbon source: carbon dioxide, organic compounds (name 4 sugars)
Energy source: sunlight, inorganic compounds, organic compounds
Nutritional Type:
photoautotroph, photohetertroph, chemoautotroph, chemoheterotroph
Physical Requirements
Temperature: psychrophile, mesophile, thermophile, extremophile
Oxygen: obligate aerobe, obligate anaerobe, facultative anaerobe, microaerophile
pH: acidophile, alkalinophile, neutrophile
Osmotic Pressure: osmophile, halophile
Habitat/Niche
Aquatic, soil, plant, animal, sewage/waste, human food
Ecosystem Role: producer, consumer, decomposer
Interactions w/ other species: mutualism, synergism, commensalism, parasitism
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Disease Dynamics
Source: endogenous, exogenous
Virulence Factors: capsule, biofilm, pili, enzymes (keratinase, hyaluronidase,
collagenase, streptokinase, coagulase), toxins (leukocidin, hemolysin, endotoxin,
exotoxin)
Target Tissue: epithelial, connective, muscle, nervous
Type of Infection: acute, latent, local, focal, systemic, bacteremia, toxemia
Symptoms or signs:
Prevention:
Treatment:
Epidemiology
Status: endemic, emerging, re-emerging, epidemic, pandemic
Type of Infectious Disease: communicable, contagious, opportunistic
Incidence:
US Worldwide
Prevalence:
US Worldwide
Mortality:
Reservoir: soil, vector (carrier or zoonoses), water, food
Incubation period:
Period of Illness (prodromal thru decline):
Convalescence:
Transmission: direct contact, inoculation, food, water, airborne, nosocomial, fomite
Disease cycle (flow diagram with arrows)

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