Exploring microscopic organisms including viruses, bacteria, protozoa, parasites, and some fungi and algae.
A microscopic organism causing disease ... Another name for:Bacteria, Virus, Germ, A "bug"
Any agent causing disease or illness to its host. Pathogens are microscopic such as: Bacteria - viruses - protozoa and fungi
Outer shell called a CAPSID - made of PROTEIN. Inside - NUCLEIC ACID - can be DNA or RNA. Enters into the body by nose, mouth, or a break in the skin. The virus enters the human cell and multiplies, and makes copies of the virus
PROKARYOTIC micro-organisms. Lots of good bacteria in the body. Bad bacteria - PATHOGENS Enter body by nose, mouth, or broken skin. One cure - antibiotics
A living cell in which a virus multiplies. An animal or plant in which a parasite lives.
An organism that lives and feeds on or in an organism of a different species
EUKARYOTIC organisms that include: Yeasts, Molds, Mushrooms, DECOMPOSERS
EUKARYOTIC organisms Variety of organisms such as: Protozoa - animal-like Algae - plant-like Slime, mold - fungus-like protists.
Single-cell, Eukaryotic organism that move around freely by cilia or flagella and ingest food. Include: Algae, Protist
AUTOTROPHIC organisms (plants, algae, some bacteria) Chlorophyll - containing, aquatic plants but lack roots, stems & leaves
An animal, organism or gene that has undergone change.
To protect, promote, and maintain health and well-being and to prevent disease, disability, and death.
The manner in which something or a disease is cared for or dealt with.