A pathogen is an organism which causes a disease.
A disease causing organism is called a pathogen.
No, but it is caused by an organism. Influenza is the name of the infectious disease that certain viruses cause in people and other animals. The virus that causes the flu is the organism, and influenza is the disease the organism causes.
This is the organism that causes Lyme Disease. It is spread by being bitten by a tick that has the organism in its body.
A microorganism that causes a disease is called a pathogen.
A pathogen is a biological organism that causes a disease.
Such an organism would be called a pathogen. Path- means disease and -gen means to make.
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Polio is a word that can mean one of two things, the virus or the disease The Polio disease which you are referring to is called poliomyelitis. The organism that causes it is a viral organism (virus). The name of the virus that causes poliomyelitis (polio disease) is called Poliovirus. The virus is a normal RNA virus from the Picornaviridae and genus enterovirus family.
Parasite is an organism, that lives off another organism. Pathogen is something that causes disease in another organism. So the answer is "Yes". eg Malaria is a disease caused by a parasite.
By definition, a pathogen is an organism that causes disease. So the "problems" are dependent on the particlar organism.
plato users the answer is--- B. pathogen
HIV is the name of the "organism". It stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus. The disease it causes is called AIDS - Accquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
A pathogen is an organism that causes disease (they are PATHOlogy GENerators). A pathogen that does not cause disease is an oxymoron.
it's leprosy!! :D I'm in microbiology and it is the disease of the week. the organism that causes it is called mycobacterium leprae
pathogen. heavy metals can be pathogens too :)
Pathogen, germ, infectious agent are some names.
mosquito's causes malaria by carrying diseases with them and they then inject that disease into you don't get them in England carrying diseases.
No; a pathogen is an organism that causes disease. White blood cells are a part of our body that fight disease.