They include causative verbs ie. verbs that express the idea of someone causing something to take place.
There are two basic causative structures. One is like an active, and the other is like a passive.
I had Charles fix the car. I arranged for the car to be fixed by Charles – I caused him to fix it.
I had the car fixed. I arranged for the car to be fixed by someone. We don't know who, so this is like a passive.
“Make” can also be used as a causative verb.
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It's the organism that causes something; for example, the causative organism for a staph infection is a type of bacterium.
Glaucoma is not typically caused by a pathogen. Perhaps you mean trachoma.
What is the causative agent that caused you to ask this question
Etiologic means causative. For instance, Treponema pallidum is the etiologic agent for syphilis.
the turning point in a novel or where the problem begins (leads to the "rising action")
causative agent of diarrhea in children under 5 year
The causative organism is a herpesvirus known as Epstein-Barr virus.
The causative microorganism for malaria is a protozoa. The name of that protozoa is Plasmodium.
The causative agent of the symptoms of tetanus is Clostridium tetani.
In 1882, Robert Koch identified the causative agent or TB
HIV is the causative agent for AIDS. It attacks the T Cells of the body.
The most common causative agent of tuberculosis is a bacterium called Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
The causative agent of syphilis is the bacterial spirochete called Treponema pallidum.
it is causative agent of fascioliasis is called a liver fluke or also known as a flat worm.
There are four known causative agents for malaria, but they all belong to the genus Plasmodium.
Causative agent for small pox are two virus varients ,Variola major and Variola minor.
It is a fungus.