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Causative Organisms of Human Diseases
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No. of items: 181
Rating: 3.0 (out of 5)
Last updated: Nov 03, 2001
 
 
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Bacteria are microorganisms that are most common organisms on the planet. There are thousands of bacterial species on the earth yet only a small portion cause diseases in humans. Despite that, throughout its history, our mankind has suffered hundreds of millions of victims. Plague, cholera, tuberculosis are only few examples of infectious diseases that have taken a heavy toll on our ancestors.
Nowadays, bacterial infections can be prevented by sterilization or pasteurization during which bacteria are being killed with heat. They can also be treated with antibiotics.
Causative Organisms of Human Diseases is a compact collection that will introduce you to different bacteria, their genera, and human diseases that are caused by them.
 
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Q: microbiol: Which disease is caused by bacillus anthracis?
A: Anthrax

Q: microbiol: By which bacterium is syphilis caused?
A: Treponema pallidum

Q: microbiol: To which genus does vibrio cholerae 01 belong?
A: Vibrio

Q: microbiol: By which bacterium is strep throat caused?
A: Streptococcus pyogenes

Q: microbiol: Which disease, in which scar tissue forms inside the eyelid, is caused by chlamydia trachomatis?
A: Trachoma

 
 
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