Pathogens are disease-causing viruses, bacteria, fungi or protists, which can infect animals and plants. Humans have an immune system, which can defend them from pathogens.
HIV/AIDS is what type of pathogen?
Salmonella is what type of pathogen?
Black rose spot is what type of pathogen?
Malaria is caused by what type of pathogen?
What term describes an organism that transmits a disease?
How is measles often transmitted?
Via uncooked food
Via dirty water
Through the air
In which foods is Salmonella more likely to be found?
Meat, eggs and poultry
Vegetable and fruit
Seeds and nuts
Which of these does not prevent the spread of diseases?
Barrier method contraception
Which of these is a non-specific defence against disease?
Which of these do lymphocytes not produce?