The small intestines and causes gastroenteritis.
The nasopharynx and trachea in humans and causes "whooping cough."
The meninges and causes bacterial meningitis.
The colon and causes gastroenteritis.
Pigs, dogs and/or cattle and causes reproductive diseases.
An opportunistic pathogen
An higher level pathogen
A primary pathogen
A pathogen that lives within us
A fastidious pathogen
They are airborne pathogens and sensitive to temperature.
They are mycobacterium and sensitive to protein synthesis inhibitors.
They are all spirochetes and senstive to penicillin.
They are all tickborne and sensitive to Erythromycin.
They are cause a sexually transmitted disease.
Will not go down without medication.
Puts the patient in a coma.
Stays consistent for up to 3 days.
Rises and falls.
Indicates a hypothalamus disease.
All antibiotics that inhibit cell membrane synthesis.
Peritrichous flagella and swarming colonies.
Amphitrichous flagella and free living.
50 degrees Celsius.
100 degrees Celsius.
150 degrees Celsius.
63 degrees Celsius.
70 degrees Celsius.
Asking Prof Rodriguez which one is which.
Syphillis and Lyme Disease.
Pneumonia and Septisemia.
Gonorrhea and Meningitis.
All zoonotic diseases (parasites in humans and animals).
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