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PathogenePathogene Path"o*gene, n. [See Pathogenic.] (Biol.)
One of a class of virulent micro["o]rganisms or bacteria
found in the tissues and fluids in infectious diseases, and
supposed to be the cause of the disease; a pathogenic
organism; a pathogenic bacterium; -- opposed to zymogene.
Pathogenesis Path`o*gen"e*sis, n. (Med.)
Pathogenetic Path`o*ge*net"ic, a. (Med.)
Pathogenic Path`o*gen"ic, a. [Gr. ? disease + the root of ?
birth.] (Med. & Biol.)
Of or pertaining to pathogeny; producting disease; as, a
pathogenic organism; a pathogenic bacterium.
Pathogeny Pa*thog"e*ny, n. (Med.)
(a) The generation, and method of development, of disease;
as, the pathogeny of yellow fever is unsettled.
(b) That branch of pathology which treats of the generation
and development of disease.
Meaning of Pathogen from wikipedia
- In biology, a pathogen
(Gr****: πάθος pathos
"suffering", "p****ion" and -γενής -genēs "producer of") in the oldest
sense, is any organism
- phytopathology) is the scientific study
in plants caused
(infectious organisms) and environmental conditions
- A pathogen
is a microorganism
in the widest sense
that causes disease
in its host. Pathogen
may also refer
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infection, also known
as pathogen spillover
when a reservoir
po****tion with a high pathogen prevalence comes
- A human pathogen
is a pathogen
(microbe or microorganism
such as a virus, bacterium, prion, or fungus) that causes disease
in humans. The human
- Osmophilic organisms
are microorganisms adapted
with high osmotic
pressures, such as high sugar
of microorganisms causing
food spoilage; as well as, pathogens
that may cause disease especially
if food is improperly cooked
- The host–pathogen interaction
as how microbes
or viruses sustain themselves within
on a molecular, cellular, organismal
of blueprint priority diseases
a hypothetical, unknown pathogen
that could cause
a ****ure epidemic. The WHO adopted
- scientific names
of six highly virulent
and antibiotic resistant bacterial pathogens