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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to pathogens:   (142 results)

Often used in the same context:
bacteria, microorganisms, germs, organisms, microbes, viruses, contaminants, staphylococci, prions, pests, mycobacteria, fungi, spores, clostridia, malaria parasite, toxins, helminths, diseases, phage, parasite, bacilli, francisella tularensis, allergens, l. monocytogenes, mycotoxins, arboviruses, bacterial toxin, antigens, commensals, nematodes, coli, infectious disease, infectivity, zoonotic disease, protozoans, mites, insects, enteric bacteria, pneumococcus, vibrios, ectoparasites, spirochete, anaerobes, retroviruses, biofilm, acaricide, pseudomonas, mycobacterium, escherichia coli, mycoplasma, protozoa, endotoxins, bacteriophages, biohazards, infection, parasitoid, ciliates, alphavirus, borrelia, proteins, antibodies, pathogenicity, roundworms, mycobacterium leprae, aspergillus fumigatus, mycobacterium tuberculosis, toxoplasma, francisella, xanthomonas, hemolymph, anthelmintics, whipworm, trichinella, ebola virus, trypanosomes, clostridium perfringens, whitefly, hookworms, bacteroides, entamoeba, enterobacteriaceae, parainfluenza virus, yeasts, witchweed, contagions, variola virus, aureus, coccidia, infective agent, amoebae, trematodes, pestis, enterotoxin, schistosoma, enterobacteria, neisseria, antibiotics, lassa virus, urease, enzymes, erwinia, poxvirus, pathogen, isolates, viral, carcinogens, etiologies, infections, mutagens, pollutants, contaminant, metabolites

Appears in the definition of:
babesiidae, bacteria, bacterium, disinfect, family babesiidae, family lactobacillaceae, family lactobacteriaceae, family pseudomonodaceae, flagellate, flagellated protozoan, flagellate protozoan, francisella, genus corynebacterium, genus eimeria, genus francisella, genus polyporus, genus sclerotinia, haemosporidian, healthful, kingdom monera, lactobacillaceae, lactobacteriaceae, leptospira, mastigophoran, mastigophore, monera, myxosporidian, polyporus, pseudomonodaceae, sanitary

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— Adjectives for pathogens: bacterial, other, common, fungal, human, many, enteric, potential, borne, opportunistic, microbial, more...

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