Microbiology MCQ-07: Medical Microbiology

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Microbiology MCQ – 7
(Biology / Life Sciences MCQ: Multiple Choice Questions in Microbiology)

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1. A pathogen is capable of transovarial transmission in its vector. During evolution the host will become:
2. Eukaryotic DNA synthesis is inhibited by:
3. The bacterium (Clostridium botulinum) that causes botulism is:
4. Which of the following statements is wrong about Mycoplasma?
5. Mycobacterium tuberculosis is able to cause the disease because as it enters in the host cell it does not allow the endosome to mature into:
6. The Diphtheria toxin causes:
7. The ‘Acid Fast’ stain is used for the visualization of ______.
8. Which of the following is the causative agent of fowl cholera?
9. The vector for the transmission of the disease Kala-azar is:
10. Weil–Felix test is used for the diagnosis of ________
11. Which of the following statement is NOT true about cholera toxin?
12. Among the following which is the best indicator of water pollution due to the mixing of human faecal matter:
13. The disease commonly called 'LOCK JAW' is caused by:
14. Shigella enters into the host cell by the process of
15. Bubonic Plaque caused by Yersinia pestis cannot be eradicated completely because:

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