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mosquitonets
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PROTISTS & FUNGI Crossword

Type
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Description

BLUE AND GREEN BACTIERIA PROTIST
EUKARYOTE ( NOT THE ANSWER) PROTOZOA
WHIP LIKE TAILS FLAGELLA
A PSEUDOPODIUM PSEUDOPOD
FOUND IN LINING OF TRACHEA , WIND PIPE CILIA
membrane enclosed cell vacuole with a digestive function FOOD VACUOLE
food goes the cell oral groove
a vacuole in some protozoan that expels liquid on contraction contractile vacuole
only female anopheles mosquitos malaria
an organelle unique to plant cells that contains chlorophyll chloroplast
a thin skin or membrane pellicle
stigma eyespot
mushroom or mold fungi
thread like filaments hyphae
a sexual reproduction spores
containing spores like a mushroom fruiting body
a colored patch growing on a tree or tree branch lichen
an organism that is consisting of a cell eukaryote
consist of a singular cell unicellular
consists of many cells multicellular
an organism that is able to form nutritional organic substances from simple inorganic substances such as carbon dioxide. autotrouph
an organism deriving its nutritional requirements from complex organic substances. heterotroph
fleas on your dog parasitism
symbiosis that is beneficial to both organisms involved. mutualism

Malaria Crossword

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Description

Malaria is caused by the protozoa __________ Plasmodium
Transmission is by the female mosquito in the __________ genus Anopheles
During the life cycle of the malaria parasite, the ___________ phase is carried out in the human Asexual
Low income countries suffer higher death rates from __________ disease than chronic disease Infectious
As the __________ protozoan disease, malaria threatens 40% of the population every year Dominant
Patients having recovered from the first episode of illness may suffer several __________ after months or even years without symptoms Relapses
The vast majority of malaria cases in the U.S. are in __________ returning from malaria infested regions Travelers
The World Health Organisation has estimated that around 20% of the one million deaths caused by malaria annually can be blamed on __________ drugs Counterfeit
Some malaria parasites have build __________ against antimalarial drugs Resistance
Thick and thin __________ smears are the most common and accurate malaria tests Blood
Rapid diagnostic test detect malaria __________ in a sample of a person's blood Antigens
Serology tests detect __________ in the blood produced by the body's response to malaria infection Antibodies

Malaria Bingo Cards

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5 plasmodium groups
Anopheles
216,000,000
Bloodborne pathogen
Lavender
Anti-malarials
10-15 days
Two
Exoerthrocytic & Erthrocytic
Chills, sweats, vomiting...
Oral medications
Continuous IV
Africa
Every two minutes
Liver
Hematology
Saliva
90%
Red blood cells
Blood smears or RDT
Pregnancy & drug allergies
Doxycycline
Quinine
Atovaquone-proguanil

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Malaria Crossword

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Description

Initial site of infection in the body, clinical sign is an enlarged_____ Liver
Macrophages damaged erythrocytes here Spleen
Can lead to failure of this organ which then leads to hyperventilation Kidney
Classification of the malarial pathogen Protozoa
One of the cytokines released by macrophages, causes receptors on endothelial wall to be exposed Interferon gamma
Impairment of this process (caused by TNF-alpha and IL-B) leads to anaemia erythropoiesis
Carriers of this disease are protected from malaria Sickle Cell
Vector for the disease is the ______ mosquito Anopheles
The process of an erythrocyte bursting Haemolysis
Symptom caused by cytokines acting upon the hypothalamus Chills
The continent with the largest prevalence of malaria Africa
NICE guidelines suggest mosquito nets laced with ________ for prophylaxis permethrin

Symbiosis Relationship Crossword

Type
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Description

to gain help, profit, or an advantage from something Benefit
to spread or scatter over an area Distribute
plants or animals that grow on and feed off others Parasites
male flower cells, which often look like fine yellow powder Pollen
an animal that hunts and eats other animals to survive Predator
a place of safety, comfort, or protection Refuge
the way in which two or more living things or groups interact or deal with each other Relationship
of or relating to a beneficial relationship between different kinds of organisms Symbiotic
able to be hurt easily Vulnerable
a close relationship between two organisms and both benefit from each other. Example, trees and humans exchange oxygen and CO2 Mutualism
relationship between two organisms where one benefits and the other is not harmed. Example, organism lives on turtle’s shell, but the turtle is not harmed. Commensalism
A species (parasite) benefits from harming another species (the host). Example, mosquitos benefit from humans, but humans feel itchy when a mosquito bites them. Parasitism

Malaria Word Search

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Word Search
Description

fever
infection
chills
insect
coma
parasite
blood
africa
deadly
vaccination
mosquitos
antimalaria

Infection and Response Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What drug can be used to treat diseases caused by bacteria e.g. salmonella? ANTIBIOTICS
What causes the plant disease 'Rose Black Spot'? Fungus
What can you be given to help prevent you getting measles? VACCINATIONS
What type of cells make up the immune system? WHITE BLOOD CELLS
What bacterial infection can be spread through unprotected sex? GONORRHEA
What is the name of the disease that weakens you immune system? HIV
What type of pathogen is the most difficult to treat? VIRUS
What do bacteria produce that make us feel ill? TOXINS
What disease is spread by mosquitoes? MALARIA
How many different ways do white blood cells fight disease? THREE

Protists & Fungi Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

organism that obtains its energy from abiotic sources, such as sunlight or inorganic chemicals Autotroph
short hairlike structures that cover some or all of the cell surface and help the organism swim and capture food. cilia
whiplike structure outside of a cell that is used for movement. flagella
spore-producing structure of a fungus that grows above ground. fruiting body
a vacuole in some protozoans that expels excess liquid on contraction. contractile vacuole
a plastid that contains chlorophyll and in which photosynthesis takes place. chloroplast
heavily pigmented region in certain one-celled organisms that apparently functions in light reception eyespot
Any of the single-celled or multicellular organisms whose cell contains a distinct, membrane-bound nucleus. eukaryote
a vacuole with a digestive function in the protoplasm of a protozoan. foodvacuole
each of the branching filaments that make up the mycelium of a fungus. hyphae
organism that obtains its energy and nutrients by consuming other organisms heterotroph
fungus that grows symbiotically with algae, resulting in a composite organism that grows on rocks or tree trunks. lichen
ecological relationship between two species in which each species gets a benefit from the interaction. mutualism
having or consisting of many cells. multicellular
an intermittent and remittent fever caused by a protozoan parasite that invades the red blood cells. The parasite is transmitted by mosquitoes in many tropical and subtropical regions. malaria
A ciliated channel found in certain protozoa and aquatic invertebrates down which food is directed into the mouth. oralgroove
eukaryote that is not an animal, plant, or fungus. protist
animal-like protist. protozoa
temporary extension of cytoplasm and plasma membrane that helps protozoa move and feed. pseudoped
a thin skin, cuticle, membrane, or film. pellicle
ecological relationship in which one organism ben- efits by harming another organism. parasitism
a minute, typically one-celled, reproductive unit capable of giving rise to a new individual without sexual fusion, characteristic of lower plants, fungi, and protozoans. spores
characterized by the formation or presence of a single cell or cells. unicellular
any of a group of unicellular, multicellular, or syncytial spore-producing organisms feeding on organic matter, including molds, yeast, mushrooms, and toadstools. fungi

Microbiology Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Is every where. In the soil, Lakes, rivers and in the air Fungi
Are derived from Fungi Antibiotics
Although fungi is good for medications it can also cause? Destructions
The word fungus is Latin for? Mushrooms
Fungi get their nutrients from other? Organisms
an organism that lives on or in a host and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. Parasites
A type of Parasite that live in Intestines Tapeworm
An organism in which a parasite lives on Host
One of the deadliest Parasite Mosquito
Mosquitoes can give you? Malaria
Most Bacterium are Photosynthetic
The process of removing harmful bacteria from milk Pasteurization
95 percent of the human body is made up of Bacteria
Bacteria that cause illness are called Pathogens
To protect your food from bacteria always keep? Refrigerated

Lyme disease, Malaria, and Rabies Word Search

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Description

bats
chills
rash
raccoon
hydrophobia
saliva
rabies
grassy
tropical
ticks
lyme disease
nets
mosquitos
Parasites
malaria