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pathogenic waste contains disease causing micro organisms. hospital waste usually contains infectious microorganisms.
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A pathogen is an infectious agent that causes illness to thehost. These are commonly attributed to be bacteria and viruses. They can also be simple organisms, such as Naeg…leria fowleri [the uncommon brain eating ameoba]. Most pathogens are infectiousmicrobes, such as bacteria or viruses, which are capable of causingdisease. Other parasites, such as fungi and protozoans, are alsoconsidered pathogens. Because not all microbes are harmful,pathogens refer specifically to those that can cause disease orother harm. All of the above
A pathogen is an organism that can cause a disease.
A pathogen is a biological organism that causes a disease.
Measles are infact pathogenic. As it is an infectious disease and the pathogens are infectious viruses and the leucocytes/leukocytes and phagocytes (white blood cells) can't c…ope with them.
They make us sick. They make our body weak and tired. The pathogens make us get cold and fever and more. It depends on which pathogens you get.
Both. Some bacterias may be pathogenic while others are quite harmless, and sometimes even useful to its host.
True Pathogen- are capable of causing disease in healthy persons with normal immune defenses ex. influenza virus, plague bacillus, and ect Opportunistic pathogen- cause disea…se when the host's defenses are compromised or when they grow in part of the body that is not natural to them
By definition, a pathogen is anything that is capable of causing disease. These include bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, etc. Pathogens can enter the body through variou…s ways: Through breaks in the skin. Although the skin is a great barrier to pathogens, if the skin is breached in some way (ex. cut, burn), pathogens can get in. Via open cavaties of the body (ex. mouth, nose, ears, eyes, vagina).
What is a system of vessels and organs that pick up excess fluid proteins lipids and other substances from the tissues filters out pathogens and other waste products?
They are both the same thing, pathogen is something that causes a disease
Pathogens and non-pathogens are not alike, as one is a type of bacteria/illness inside your body when a non-pathogen is not inside your body and it is not an illness or a bact…eria.
Pathogens are every where. You are breathing them in right now but the mucus in your lungs is preventing you getting ill.
Most cancers are nonpathogenic. A few cancers are linked to pathogens. These include cervical cancer, which is caused by high-risk subtypes of HPV, and hepatoma, which is link…ed to hepatitis B.
A waste is something that is not meaningful such as trash or half eating junk food or might also be used as "this is a waste of time" its like you are letting it past by witho…ut doing something important or meaningful.