← Disease Vocabulary Test
3 Written Questions
3 Multiple Choice Questions
- An observable characteristic of a disease that is different from normal function, sensation or appearance of the organism
- An organism that causes a disease. Often a microorganism such as a virus, bacteria, protozoa or some fungi.
- An abnormal condition of an organism often caused by an infection, genetic flaw, or environmental stress that impairs normal functioning
3 True/False Questions
transmission → The way that a pathogen gets to its host animal or plant.
vector → An organism that carries a pathogen from one animal or plant host to another.
cure → An organism that carries a pathogen from one animal or plant host to another.