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a.) positive feedback

b.) negative feedback

c.) homeostasis

d.) equilibrium

e.) irritability

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depends on the disease. all pathogenic bacteria can cause a disease. E.coli, Salmonella, Tuberculosis, Conjunctivitis, Staph Infections, MRSA...there are hundreds.

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How would you describe a bacteria that is pathogenic?

This is bacteria that causes disease to all living objects.It means that the bacteria are able to produce enterotoxins.Bacteria that cause disease.Bubonic plague.

Are humans and animals better off with bacteria that causes disease?

Humans are animals. All animals would be better off if there were no diseases caused by bacteria.Most bacteria do not cause disease and some bacteria are useful and even essential to the continued health of the animals they live with, on, or in. However, some bacterial that cause disease do so because either they get out of control in the body or the body suffers a setback or imbalance that then results in disease, when those bacteria would not normally cause disease.To eliminate bacterial disease without also eliminating beneficial and necessary bacterial seems an impossibility.

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Can improper cleaning of lettuce cause crohn's disease?

No. It is very unlikely that unrinsed lettuce would cause Crohns disease. Medical experts have been searching for the cause of this disease for years. Unrinsed produce may cause diarrhea and cramping from e-coli or other food borne bacteria but you will not get Crohns disease from it.

What is the characteristic of bacteria?

The characteristic of bacteria would be that they are unicellular!

What will happen if you have a disease in hydrochloric acid?

If you are infected with a disease while immersed in hydrochloric acid, you will receive severe chemical burns in addition to the symptoms of your illness. If you added HCl to a sample of a virus or bacteria, it is likely the acid would cause the same damage to the pathogen as it did to you. Short answer: it would damage all parties involved.

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Is pathogenic bacteria capable of causing infection?

Bacteria can be pathogens, but there are also many other types of pathogens. Bacteria are specific types of single celled organisms. Some bacteria cause disease, some do not. There are also lots of other types of organisms which can cause disease. These include, viruses, fungi, protozoa, yeast. Any organism that can cause disease is called a pathogen. (And yes, there is some debate about whether a virus is an organism. If it is not an organism then it would be classified as a toxin rather than a pathogen.)

How bacteria are helpful to other organisms?

well all i know is that the answer is , "they cause disease". Bacteria can cause disease but it is also very useful, Dairy products are made using good bacteria and yeast is a bacteria which is used to make bread. bacteria helps our body through daily challenges.

Can prevent some bacteria disease by helping the body to learn to recognize certain harmful bacteria?

Vaccines are great for this. Some vaccines distribute inactive bacteria into your body so that your white blood cells can learn to recognize them. This prevents you from getting whatever disease the bacteria cause. Sometimes, however, it is not safe to introduce bacteria to the body like that. In situations like that, I think it would be best to take antibiotics.

Which best describes a person undergoing this treatment?

They would be more likely to be harmed by common bacteria.

What is a bacteria causing disease in the lungs?

Bacterial pneumonia would be one.