The bacterium that causes bubonic plague is transmitted to humans by the bite of a flea.
The Black Plague!
The bacteria that causes Plague infections is called 'Yersinia pestis'.
The general definition of a plague is an epidemic outbreak that causes high rates of mortality.
The name of the bacillus that causes Bubonic plague is Yersinnia pestis.
plague build up
The peasants thought that the causes for the bubonic plague was the Jews poisoning the world, god punishing them, bad air and the alinement of the planets!
The two main causes were the rats and the fleas brought from Asia.
infested fleas in rats make it to humans after the host rat dies and infect them with the plague.
fleas were carried on animals
It causes cavities.
Yersinia pestis is the bacillus that causes the Black Death (Bubonic Plague).
the causes of the plague was the fleas on the rats they bit the rats and then when the rats died they moved on to bite the humans
The cause of the Plague was a bacterium called yersinia pestis, which was transmitted by fleas that lived on the Black rat.
London diseased rodents stupid