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Karen M

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8.L.1.1 : Virus are living but affect living things.Bacteria cells are prokaryotic, which means they lack a true nucleus and other organisms. Fungi is a diverse group of eukaryotic and benefits by taking nutrients from its host. Parasites lives in or on another organism. To provide virus from spreading it is treated with vaccines shots. Bacteria is treated by antibiotics.


8.L.1.2 : Epidemic is a outbreak of a disease that affects many people in a area of a specific country or region. Pandemic is a spread over a very large or through out the entire world.

To stop pandemic traveling could be stopped. To stop a epidemic you could just isolate the person who is sick

A microbiology is the study of microscopic organisms such as bacteria, virus, archaea, fungi, and protozoa.
A virus is a living, but they affect other living things. For a virus to reproduce, they need a host cell. The cells invade other cells and kills the healthy cells. The virus is transmitted by insects, water, or human contact. To prevent the spread of the virus there are vaccines shots. ,
Bacteria cells are prokaryotic, meaning they lack a true nucleus and other organelles. Bacteria are made up of one single cell. Bacteria reproduces by binary fission. Bacteria is spread by direct/indirect contact, sneezing, coughing, and surface. Sickness caused by bacteria is treated with antibiotic.
Fungi is a diverse group of eukaryotic and benefits by taking nutrients from its host. Includes unicellular microorganisms such as yeast, mold. As well as multicultural fungi that produce familiar fruiting forms known as mushrooms.
A parasite is a organism that that lives on or inside of another organism and benefits by taking nutrients from its host.
An outbreak occurs of a disease greater than would other wise be expected at a particular time and place.
An pandemic that spreads over a very large or through out the entire world.
A epidemic is an out break of a disease that affects many people in an area of a specific country or region.
Outbreak- occurrence of a disease greater than would otherwise to be expected a particular time and place.

Epidemic- An outbreak of a disease that affects many people in an area of a specific country or region/

Pandemic- An outbreak that spreads over a very large are or throughout the enitre world.

Vector- An organism typically an insect that transmits disease.

Pathogen- A virus, bacteria, fungi, parasite, or protozoa that can cause illness and infection.

Protozoa- diverse organisms that cannot be classified as animals, plants, or fungi, Ex: amoebas and algae.

Virus- A non-living pathogen that can change mutate. It infects a host cell and replicates to cause illness and disease.