The FBI is a computer virus. You will need help if your computer is infected.
The lymph nodes certainly could leak fluid. This happens quite frequently if the lymph nodes are infected and go untreated.
'pinkeye' or Conjunctivitis can be spread very easily through sharing makeup or using the same face towels etc with the infected person. You can prevent this by washing your hands frequently and making sure you don't come in contact with anything that the infected person has touched (in case they've rubbed their eyes and have the virus on their hands). This is only really needed if the conjunctivitus is bacterial or viral. It can be caused by irritation or a scratch on the eye for example which won't be infectious. You can usually tell if it's baterial if the eye gets 'pussy' which is the body's way of getting rid of bacteria.
Bacillus typhosus is a motile flagellate bacteria. This means it moves with its flagellum. It is found in the blood, gall bladder, internal organs, urine and feces of infected humans.
Viruses reproduce within a cell. They reproduce asexually. The Ebola virus reproduces asexually. However, sometimes a cell is infected by two different viruses at the same time. Part or parts of one virus can get into another virus. So while the reproduction is not really sexual, it does involve parts from two different viruses. The Ebola virus could change by adding parts from another virus.
Some can. Generally the reproduce faster - until they use up their environment (or get infected) and then they die off.
Most bacteria reproduce very rapidly
Older children are more frequently infected by the bacteria Haemophilus influenzae, Neisseria meningitidis, and Streptococci pneumoniae.
well its simple. t36 granulocytes are damaged by the invasion of the HIV virus, which makes use of this host's apparatus to reproduce asexually, and after all this has been done then the infected cell will burst. red blood cells are damaged by Protoctista (plasmodium) where by they are infected and eventually burst
When a hair follicle becomes infected with bacteria it becomes irritated. When a hair follicle becomes infected it might fall out.
Ticks are infected when their host is infected. The infected ticks then spread the disease to humans.
Yes, animals can be infected by bacteria.
It can reproduce if it infected a host cell!
An example is, if a wound becomes septic, it has become infected.