Food Illness

 

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Food Illness

Question 1
The botulism intoxication occurs due to
A
an enterotoxin
B
neurotoxin
C
mycotoxin
D
all of these

Question 2
The application of Gamma rays destroys botulism toxin. The dose of gamma rays required for this purpose is
A
73 Gy
B
73 Rad
C
7.3 Mrad
D
173 Rad

Question 3
Which of the following toxin causing botulism is less toxic to human beings?
A
Type A
B
Type B
C
Type C
D
None of these

Question 4
Salmonellois is caused by the
A
enterotoxin of Salmonella spp
B
endotoxin of Salmonella spp
C
neurotoxin of Salmonella spp
D
exoenterotoxin of Salmonella spp

Question 5
Botulism is caused by the presence of toxin developed by
A
Clostridium tyrobutyricum
B
Clostridium sporogenes
C
Clostridium botulinum
D
none of these

Question 6
Group I C. botulinum strains generally includes in
A
all types of strains (proteolytic)A, B and F
B
all types of strains (non-proteolytic) E and F
C
all types of strains (proteolytic)C, D and F
D
none of the above

Question 7
The method of successful treatment of botulism prior to appearance of botulism symptoms involve administration of
A
antibiotic
B
analgesic
C
antitoxin
D
antipyretic

Question 8
Staphylococcal intoxication is caused by the toxin m the food from
A
Staphylococcus aureus
B
S. cerevisiae
C
S. thermophillus
D
none of these

Question 9
A bacterial food intoxication refers to
A
illness caused by presence of pathogens
B
food borne illness caused by the presence of a bacterial toxin formed in food
C
both (a) and (b)
D
none of the above

Question 10
The staphylococcal intoxication refers to presence of
A
an enterotoxin
B
neurotoxin
C
mycotoxin
D
All of these
There are 10 questions to complete.

 

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