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1. The commonest species of Bacteroides in fragilis group, which causes human infection, is

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A : B vulgatus

B : B fragilis

C : B ovatus

D : B merdae

2. Which of the following bacteria is gram-negative cocci?

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A : Veillonella

B : Peptococcus

C : Peptostreptococcus

D : Sporosarcina

1. Lactobacilli constitute the normal flora of

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A : prepubertal vagina

B : adult vagina

C : post-menopausal vagina

D : none of these

2. The commonest bacterial cause of cervicofacial actinomycosis is

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A : naeslundii

B : A. viscosus

C : A. israelii

D : A. meyeri

3. The bacteria which is predominant flora of the human gut is

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A : Escherichia coli

B : Clostridium perfringens

C : Bacteroides

D : Actinomyces

4. Which of the following bacteria is moderately saccharolytic?

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A : Bacteriodes fragilis

B : B gingivalis

C : B melaninogenicus

D : B levii

5. Which of the following bacteria is acid-fast?

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A : Actinomyces

B : Nocardia

C : Streptomyces

D : Corynebacterium

6. Which of the following genera is included in the family Bacteroi-daceae?

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A : Bacteroides

B : Fusobacterium

C : Leptotrichia

D : All of these

7. The current genus name of a saccharolytic group of Bacteroides is

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A : Porphyromonas

B : Bacteroides

C : Prevotella

D : None of these

8. Colonies resembling molar teeth are produced by

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A : Nocardia brasiliensis

B : N. asteroids

C : Actinomyces israelii

D : Actinomadura madurae

9. Which of the following bacterial colonies fluoresce brick-red in UV light?

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A : B gingivalis

B : B melaninogenicus

C : Bacteroides fragilis

D : B levii

10. Lactobacilli grow best under

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A : strict anaerobic conditions

B : microaerophilic conditions in presence of 5% CO 2 and PH6

C : microaerophilic conditions in presence of 3% CO 2 and PH5

D : microaerophilic conditions in presence of 2% CO 2 and PH4

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