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5 / 7  PAMPs would be found on the surface of which of the following?
A  pathogen
B  phagocyte
C  skin cell
D  blood vessel wall

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what is infection prevention
Muhammed Reply
good hygiene
Dhaqan
way of preventing disease causing germs
henry
maintenance of sterilization
Pooja
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Faustina
describe the components of the epidemiology triangle
Muhammed Reply
Hai
Nantongo
hii
Md
where from you
Md
i am Indian
Md
you
Md
Hello friend
effiong
How are you people doing
effiong
أ‌) Host factor ب) pathogen ج) environment
Widad
Hello
Kofi
Hi
Widad
hey hi
kalai
The epidemiologic triangle is made up of three parts: agent, host and environment
Princess
what are the fluids used in biochemistry Lab used to diagnose diseases
Jb Reply
fadumo qule a gemil3
fadumo Reply
Faadum mahamud disease micro biology
fadumo
makuway diinkaraan suaalo
fadumo
history of microbiology
Balqees Reply
Penicillin is caused by what microorganism
Balqees
Penicillin is caused by what microorganism
Balqees
penicillium notatum
Pooja
M sorry I mean penicillin is caused by what Fungi
Balqees
penicillium fungi
Pooja
mention 5 characteristics of prokaryotic cell and also 5 characteristics of euryotic cell
Grace Reply
PROKARYOTES _ does not have nucleus _does not have membrane bound organels like eukaryotes -does not have endoplasmic reticulum _does not have a mitchochondrion _it have plasmid instead of chromosome EUKARYOTE S _have true nucleus _have all membrane bound organels _have mitochondria have
Pooja
continuation _have endoplasmic reticulum _have chromosomes does not have plasmid
Pooja
antigenisity define
kalai
explanation of spores
nahida Reply
what specific types of biological macromolecules do living things require?
Jonathan Reply
define spores its classification
nahida
define spores its structure and classification
nahida
what is a complement
Alecia Reply
something which completes or combine with something else to make it complete.
Kosi
hello
Kosi
medical microbiology
Kosi
you?
Kosi
hi
Amina
Guys who's doing nursing in here
Mumba
I have a question
Mumba
what's the importance of microbiology in nursing
Mumba
yah
Mumba
wow..nice meeting you
Kosi
thanks
Mumba
for
Mumba
anytime
Mumba
microbiology also important for understanding the communicable or non-communicable disease in our hospitals...which is very important for patients and healthy people.
Kiran
what is a microbial flora
Chetan
normal microbial flora
Chetan
Definition of microbiology?
Mohamed Reply
study of microorganisms is known as microbiology
Pooja
no
Mumba
microbiology is the study of small or minute organisms that cannot be seen with our naked eyes but with the aid of a microscope
Mumba
write and explain the infection chain of 6 common disease infections
Adjowa Reply
diphtheria. dysentery. bubonic plague. pneumonia. tuberculosis. typhoid. typhus. Aug 22, 2017
shamim
good afternoon
Dasaah
OK
Dasaah
Good night
fine
Dasaah
which bacteria can be isolated from abattoirs ( slaughter houses).
Omoja
bacteria that csn be isolated from abattoirs are- Clostridium Bacteroides Desulfobulbus Desulfomicrobium Desulfovibrio
Yashkin
what is a microscope
Louise Reply
Is an instrument used to magnify object which can not be seen with our naked eyes.
Mohamed
are virus host specific?
koguriyem Reply
are viruses effective in small dose?
koguriyem
structure of the bacteria
Eunice Reply
classification of viruses
judy Reply
diffrence
fadumo
a went to Sudy
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