Normal flora is present throughout the body and on all areas of the skin. Every body orifice (opening) contains normal flora: the mouth, ears, vagina, and rectum. E-Coli exists in the intestines. The skin contains a variety of flora that can turn into pathogens under the right conditions.
Yes, usual flora, normal flora, and typical flora are all normal results.
there ara no microbial normal flora in the csf
it is the potential for the normal flora to gain access to sites that would not normally be inhibitied it is the potential for the normal flora to gain access to sites that would not normally be inhibitiedIn economics endogeneous means anything which is from within a system
You said that in your answer too. As the flora is normal, there is no harm
Normal flora cannot cause a "disease". But if normal flora is disrupted it can become a pathogen and then cause infection. Some diseases, like diabetes, can disrupt normal flora and cause infection, especially yeast infections on the skin or in the vagina of women.
In general, your "normal" skin flora protect you from "rogue" flora which might do you harm.
how does residental normal flora protect the body against pathogens
Yes, normal microbial flora can become virulent or pathogenic if the conditions are right. On outside of body normal flora is harmless, if it was to be ingested it would take the opportunity to do as much damage as possible.
Flora exists in various parts of the human body, in both men and women. Vaginal flora, or microbiome, in normal levels has no disadvantage. It helps the vagina stay "normal", clean and healthy.