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Biological transmission occurs when the pathogen reproduces within a biological vector that transmits the pathogen from one host to another ( [link] ). Arthropods are the main vectors responsible for biological transmission ( [link] ). Most arthropod vectors transmit the pathogen by biting the host, creating a wound that serves as a portal of entry. The pathogen may go through part of its reproductive cycle in the gut or salivary glands of the arthropod to facilitate its transmission through the bite. For example, hemipterans (called “kissing bugs” or “assassin bugs”) transmit Chagas disease to humans by defecating when they bite, after which the human scratches or rubs the infected feces into a mucous membrane or break in the skin.

Biological insect vectors include mosquitoes , which transmit malaria and other diseases, and lice , which transmit typhus . Other arthropod vectors can include arachnids, primarily ticks , which transmit Lyme disease and other diseases, and mites , which transmit scrub typhus and rickettsial pox . Biological transmission, because it involves survival and reproduction within a parasitized vector, complicates the biology of the pathogen and its transmission. There are also important non-arthropod vectors of disease, including mammals and birds. Various species of mammals can transmit rabies to humans, usually by means of a bite that transmits the rabies virus. Chickens and other domestic poultry can transmit avian influenza to humans through direct or indirect contact with avian influenza virus A shed in the birds’ saliva, mucous, and feces.

a) Step 1: fly picks up pathogen from fecal matter and carries it on its body. 2: Fly transfers pathogen to food. 3: Person eats contaminated food and gets sick. B) Step 1: Infected mosquito bites uninfected person. 2: Infections spreads through body and into red blood cells. 3: Second mosquito bites infected person. Mosquito may now transmit infection to another person.
(a) A mechanical vector carries a pathogen on its body from one host to another, not as an infection. (b) A biological vector carries a pathogen from one host to another after becoming infected itself.
Table titled common arthropod vectors and selected pathogens. Columns: Vector; species, pathogen; disease. Black fly; Simulium spp.; Onchocerca volvulus; Onchocerciasis (river blindness). Flea (has 2). Ctenocephalides felis; Bartonella henselae; cat scratch disease. Xenopsylla cheopis (has 2). Rickettsia typhi; murine typhus. Yersinia pestis; plague. Kissing bug, Triatoma spp.; Trypanosoma cruzi; Chagas disease. Louse; Pediculus humanus humanus (has 3) Bartonella quintana; trench fever. Borrelia recurrentis; relapsing fever. Rickettsia prowazekii; typhus. Mite/chigger (has 2).  Leptotrombidium spp.; Orientia tsutsugamushi; scrub typhus. Rickettsia akari; rickettsialpox. Moquito (has 3). Aedes spp and Haemogogus spp.; yellow fever virus; yellow fever. Anopheles spp.; Plasmodium falciparum; malaria. Cutex pipiens; west nile virus, west nile disease. Sand fly; Phlebotomus spp.; Leishmania spp.; Leishmaniasis. Tick (has 2): Ixodes spp; Borrelia spp.; Lyme disease. Dermacentor spp. And others; Rickettsi rickettsia; rocky mountain spotted fever. Tsetse fly; Glossina spp. Trypanosoma brucei Trypanosomiasis (sleepting sickness).
(credit “Black fly”, “Tick”, “Tsetse fly”: modification of work by USDA; credit: “Flea”: modification of work by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; credit: “Louse”, “Mosquito”, “Sand fly”: modification of work by James Gathany, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; credit “Kissing bug”: modification of work by Glenn Seplak; credit “Mite”: modification of work by Michael Wunderli)
  • Describe how diseases can be transmitted through the air.
  • Explain the difference between a mechanical vector and a biological vector.

Using gmos to stop the spread of zika

In 2016, an epidemic of the Zika virus was linked to a high incidence of birth defects in South America and Central America. As winter turned to spring in the northern hemisphere, health officials correctly predicted the virus would spread to North America, coinciding with the breeding season of its major vector, the Aedes aegypti mosquito.

The range of the A. aegypti mosquito extends well into the southern United States ( [link] ). Because these same mosquitoes serve as vectors for other problematic diseases ( dengue fever , yellow fever , and others), various methods of mosquito control have been proposed as solutions. Chemical pesticides have been used effectively in the past, and are likely to be used again; but because chemical pesticides can have negative impacts on the environment, some scientists have proposed an alternative that involves genetically engineering A. aegypti so that it cannot reproduce. This method, however, has been the subject of some controversy.

One method that has worked in the past to control pests, with little apparent downside, has been sterile male introductions. This method controlled the screw-worm fly pest in the southwest United States and fruit fly pests of fruit crops. In this method, males of the target species are reared in the lab, sterilized with radiation, and released into the environment where they mate with wild females, who subsequently bear no live offspring. Repeated releases shrink the pest population.

A similar method, taking advantage of recombinant DNA technology, Blandine Massonnet-Bruneel, Nicole Corre-Catelin, Renaud Lacroix, Rosemary S. Lees, Kim Phuc Hoang, Derric Nimmo, Luke Alphey, and Paul Reiter. “Fitness of Transgenic Mosquito Aedes aegypti Males Carrying a Dominant Lethal Genetic System.” PLOS ONE 8, no. 5 (2013): e62711. introduces a dominant lethal allele into male mosquitoes that is suppressed in the presence of tetracycline (an antibiotic) during laboratory rearing. The males are released into the environment and mate with female mosquitoes. Unlike the sterile male method, these matings produce offspring, but they die as larvae from the lethal gene in the absence of tetracycline in the environment. As of 2016, this method has yet to be implemented in the United States, but a UK company tested the method in Piracicaba, Brazil, and found an 82% reduction in wild A. aegypti larvae and a 91% reduction in dengue cases in the treated area. Richard Levine. “Cases of Dengue Drop 91 Percent Due to Genetically Modified Mosquitoes.” Entomology Today. https://entomologytoday.org/2016/07/14/cases-of-dengue-drop-91-due-to-genetically-modified-mosquitoes. In August 2016, amid news of Zika infections in several Florida communities, the FDA gave the UK company permission to test this same mosquito control method in Key West, Florida, pending compliance with local and state regulations and a referendum in the affected communities.

The use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to control a disease vector has its advocates as well as its opponents. In theory, the system could be used to drive the A. aegypti mosquito extinct—a noble goal according to some, given the damage they do to human populations. Olivia Judson. “A Bug’s Death.” The New York Times , September 25, 2003. http://www.nytimes.com/2003/09/25/opinion/a-bug-s-death.html. But opponents of the idea are concerned that the gene could escape the species boundary of A. aegypti and cause problems in other species, leading to unforeseen ecological consequences. Opponents are also wary of the program because it is being administered by a for-profit corporation, creating the potential for conflicts of interest that would have to be tightly regulated; and it is not clear how any unintended consequences of the program could be reversed.

There are other epidemiological considerations as well. Aedes aegypti is apparently not the only vector for the Zika virus. Aedes albopictus , the Asian tiger mosquito, is also a vector for the Zika virus. Gilda Grard, Mélanie Caron, Illich Manfred Mombo, Dieudonné Nkoghe, Statiana Mboui Ondo, Davy Jiolle, Didier Fontenille, Christophe Paupy, and Eric Maurice Leroy. “Zika Virus in Gabon (Central Africa)–2007: A New Threat from Aedes albopictus ?” PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases 8, no. 2 (2014): e2681. A. albopictus is now widespread around the planet including much of the United States ( [link] ). Many other mosquitoes have been found to harbor Zika virus, though their capacity to act as vectors is unknown. Constância F.J. Ayres. “Identification of Zika Virus Vectors and Implications for Control.” The Lancet Infectious Diseases 16, no. 3 (2016): 278–279. Genetically modified strains of A. aegypti will not control the other species of vectors. Finally, the Zika virus can apparently be transmitted sexually between human hosts, from mother to child, and possibly through blood transfusion. All of these factors must be considered in any approach to controlling the spread of the virus.

Clearly there are risks and unknowns involved in conducting an open-environment experiment of an as-yet poorly understood technology. But allowing the Zika virus to spread unchecked is also risky. Does the threat of a Zika epidemic justify the ecological risk of genetically engineering mosquitos? Are current methods of mosquito control sufficiently ineffective or harmful that we need to try untested alternatives? These are the questions being put to public health officials now.

Micrograph of brown dots of about 50 nm inside cells; dots re labeled Zika virus. Photo of mosquito labeled Aedes aegypti. Map of where mosquitoes are found in the US. Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus are both found in the lower half of the US, reaching up to Connecticut, Missouri, and California. Aedes albopictus reaches further north in the eastern part o the country; through Minnosota. Aedes aegypti reaches a bit further into Utah and is in Puerto Rico.
The Zika virus is an enveloped virus transmitted by mosquitoes, especially Aedes aegypti. The range of this mosquito includes much of the United States, from the Southwest and Southeast to as far north as the Mid-Atlantic. The range of A. albopictus , another vector, extends even farther north to New England and parts of the Midwest. (credit micrograph: modification of work by Cynthia Goldsmith, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; credit photo: modification of work by James Gathany, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; credit map: modification of work by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

Questions & Answers

what caused the expansion of the wound
Blessing Reply
Robert Koch ka Pura naam kya h?
isha Reply
the theory of Koch,'s Postulation are: 1_Any disease must found microorganism 2_Microorganism can grow it outside pure culture 3_ Pure culture can inoculated to susceptible host and can cause typical disease. 4_ Microorganism can reisolated from inoculated disease from susceptible host.
Algur
ok
Kwame
that good
Ifeoma
please I want a detailed explanation to " G6PD result being Partial Defect" of a young lady.
Kwame
a.o.a can u please tell me five name of Gram +be bacteria
Tahira Reply
a.o.a...please send me five name of Gram +ve bacteria
Tahira
a.o.a...please send me five name of Gram +ve bacteria
Tahira
a.o.a...please send me five name of Gram +ve bacteria
Tahira
staphylococcus ,streptococcus,lactobacillus,mycobacterium,clostridium, bacillus,enterococcus.
Nadiya
thank u so much
Tahira
1. Staphylococci 2. Mycobacterium tuberculosis 3. Bacillus anthrasis 4. Chlostridium 5. Diplococci
praveen
gram -ve mn knsy hn
Tahira
pseudomonas
Nadiya
wo bhi 5 hon
Tahira
salmonella,proteus,shigella,neisseria
Nadiya
wo bhi 5 hon
Tahira
Nadiya ap kia krti hn?
Tahira
bsc microbiology final year
Nadiya
1. Neisseria gonohorreae 2. E.coli 3. Salmonella typhi 4. Klebsiella pneumonia 5. Shigella dysenteriae
praveen
1. Neisseria gonohorreae 2. E.coli 3. Salmonella typhi 4. Klebsiella pneumonia 5. Shigella dysenteriae
praveen
1. Neisseria gonohorreae 2. E.coli 3. Salmonella typhi 4. Klebsiella pneumonia 5. Shigella dysenteriae
praveen
MSc zoolgy. 1st semester
Tahira
B.Sc microbiology 1st year
praveen
good
Tahira
mn vu sy hoon and u?
Tahira
davv
Nadiya
Vijaya College,R.V.Road,Basavangudi Bangalore-560004
praveen
oh!! bht khub
Nadiya
hi
Nouman
how are u
Nouman
thank u friend
Nouman
please define classification of bacteria
Nouman
calssification of bacteria are of 3 types: ●.on the basis of shap:1.spirilla 2.bacilli 3.cocci ●in the basis of gram stain : 1.gram -ve 2.gram +ve ●on the basis of oxygen demand: 1.aerobic 2.anaerobic.
Nadiya
detail se please
Nouman
paresention hai iseley
Nouman
jo bacteria hote hai pehle to woh 3 tarha se unka classification kiya jata hai .pehle y ki shape kya hai ....lakin shape hum tab hi define kar payenge jab hum unhe pehchanenge ki bacteria ko kaise jane ki woh kaise hote hai or unka classification kaise hota hai
Nadiya
to hum gram staining karte hai
Nadiya
gram staining ek aaisi technique hoti hai jise hun 2 large group m devide karte hai
Nadiya
or differenciate karte hai bacteria ko
Nadiya
based on thir diff. cell wall constituents
Nadiya
gram staining ko 2 procedure mai distinguish between kiya gaya hai
Nadiya
gram positive and gram negative
Nadiya
phir
Nouman
gram +ve and gram -ve groups by colouring these cells red or violet colour.
Nadiya
red jo cells hogi woh pink bhi ho sakti h because stains ki wajah se uski quantity ki wajah se
Nadiya
gram positive bact.stain violet due to presence a thick layer of a peptidoglycon in theri cell walls are stained with.. or gram -ve bact.stain red .which is attribute to a thinner peptidoglycan wall.
Nadiya
ab hum unhe identify karenge microscope mai
Nadiya
then fir hum identify karte karte hum shape dekhenge
Nadiya
gram positive cocci or rod shaped k honge .or garm negative cocci or rods or spirochaetes honge .......lakin inke colour ki wajah se hum pehchanenge ki red or pink aaya to gram negative .or agar violet aaya to positive
Nadiya
ok?
Nadiya
fir
Nouman
or bhi types k hote hai bacteria jaise sphirical "cocci",rod "bacilli",spiral"spirilla",comma shape k jo honge woh"vibrio",or corkscrew shape k jo honge woh "spirochaetes.
Nadiya
fir
Nouman
or oxygen k basis pr dekhenge agar apan to woh :aerobic jo o2 ki presence m honge or anaerobic jo honge woh without oxygen ki presence mai servive karenge .sabhi micro organisms banate h energy cellular respiration k through. lakin aerobic and anaerobic k basis pr bhi diffrenciate hote hai yeh .
Nadiya
Streptococcus Staphylococcus Corynebacterium Clostridium
Srinivas
yeh 3no calssification batadiye detail mai ab aap net p or seach kar le
Nadiya
fir
Nouman
ok thank u so much
Nouman
کتنے پیارے اور چھوٹے سے خواب ہیں آپ کے ۔ الله پاک آپ کے سپنے سچ اور پورے کرے ۔ آمین ۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔💝
Nouman
my pleasure!
Nadiya
acha ji ap ho kaha se
Nouman
Hyderabad
Srinivas
telangana
Srinivas
Can hiv virus survive in mosquitoes?
Mad
hiv virus cannot survive in mosquitoes.
Nadiya
Lol
Number
What,s the correct answer?
Nadiya
:-)
Nadiya
We will also know?what's the right answer !
Nadiya
Good going people
Number
Ok tell me all the conditions where a gram positive organism appears wrongly as gram negative organism in microscopy
Number
Staphylococcus Listria 2.Streptomyces 3. Streptococcus 4. Clostridium 5. Propionibacteriu
Basem
We know answer!
Lovely
ok
Basem
but you tell me first :can hiv virus survivr in mosquitoes? i dont know what's the correct answer !
Nadiya
No it can't.... Coz retroviruses require CDt4 receptors for replication which aren't found in mosquitoes
Number
Samjhi?
Number
yaaaa .......jazakallah !
Nadiya
well done doc.!
Nadiya
Good
Number
scale up fermentation ? define plz !
Nadiya
U can find all these answers easily on Web. Discuss something which is unique
Number
what is the gram negative
Xaviery Reply
what is enzyme immobilizatio ?
Nadiya Reply
the process of decreasing the rate of enzyme activity.
Edward
shukriya edward knevy .thnks .
Nadiya
sorry thi one is about enzyme inhibition
Edward
enzyme immobization is imprisonment of enzyme in a matrix.
Edward
i am confused
Nadiya
about what
Edward
ok .....i understood ur last one msg .
Nadiya
thanks .
Nadiya
Hallow
Chimo
my pleasure
Edward
can you helpe me please 🤗🤗
Chimo
?
Nadiya
but why
Nadiya
imuhhe patta nhi aapka ki aap kon ho to mai kaise no. send karu aapko or kyu karu ? wajaah to bataaa .
Nadiya
mujhe pata nhi
Nadiya
I want to learn microbiology
rakesh
this app is very benifit to learn microbiology .
Nadiya
Man Topics for Microbiology
rakesh
Please tell me
rakesh
first.u clear ur basic concept in microbiology .
Nadiya
Secondly what should you do
Nancy
u can start ur studies in book by dubey and maheshwari author.
Nadiya
what is primary and secondary screening ?
Nadiya Reply
which scope in the field of dmlt corse ? snd plz explain your experiences with me !
Nadiya
Country?
Number
india
Nadiya
Depends on place
Number
your birth place ?
Nadiya
whats your profession ?
Nadiya
scope of microbiolgy?
Nadiya
Clinical microbiologist
Number
M a doctor
Number
Dmlt isn't that good in india
Number
Bakwas hai
Number
but why ?
Nadiya
whats ur counter plz give m answer ?
Nadiya
Coz i know
Number
Saturation
Number
oh .i get it.
Nadiya
but what choose i ?in this field?
Nadiya
Hmm
Number
Wats ur basic qualification
Number
Good evening all
Ngozi
microbiology
Nadiya
evening
Dennis
good evening 2 u
Nadiya
What microbiology?
Number
bsc final year in micro.......
Nadiya
Do msc n PhD then.... Its better than dmlt n ll
Number
but i dont do this
Nadiya
what Cadillac
Topcy
number@......u r a doctor ?
Nadiya
really
Nadiya
plz explain the defination of scale up of fermentation ?
Nadiya
how do micro biology aids pharmacy
Dennis Reply
please check Google.
Nadiya
bcz very interested topic are able in goggle site
Nadiya
I'm Jeremiah what are the step that involved Gram staining
Jeremiah Reply
place slide with heat fixed smear on staining
Nadiya
smear with crystal violet and let stand for 1 min
Nadiya
and then after 1 min gently wash rinse with tap water...than smear the grams idone and stand for 1 min
Nadiya
again rinse with tap water.then,rhe smear will appear as a purple circle on the slide
Nadiya
then ,decolarize 95%with ethyl alcohol and acetone .till the slide slightly and apply tge alcohol deop by drop for 5 to 10 sec.
Nadiya
and then the alcohol until runs the almost clear .carefully not to over decolorization
Nadiya
immideatly rinse with water.
Nadiya
view the smear using a light microscope under oil immersion
Nadiya
and then complete 😊
Nadiya
.
Nadiya
what is the relation between aspergillus and vinegar.
Asad
can anyone send me the procedure of using autoclave.
Asad
yeh i will....but i can send a site on google !then u can read easily and understand it the procedure of autoclave ? ok .
Nadiya
***google autoclave procedure.
Nadiya
and u write in google site ......procedure of using an autoclave
Nadiya
can anyone send me the calculation and formula for spread plate technique cfu/ml
Ankita
@Nadiya... I think u have missed the last step of gram staining after decolonization with alcohol we have to counter stain it with either basic fucshin Or Saffranin.
Ankita
yaa ofcourse ...thank u so much ankitaa.
Nadiya
hi asghar
Nadiya
who are u ? and where are u live from ?
Nadiya
Ideally we should use 5 second technique while making one slide of Grams stain
Number
what is scale up of fermentation ?
Nadiya
the most commonly used microorganisms in alcohol fermentation is?
Shaikh Reply
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Online
saccharomyses
Nadiya
Yeast is the most commonly used microorganism for ethanol productionby fermentation. ... Besides S. cerevisiae, other examples of yeastsused for ethanol production are Schizosaccharomyces pombe, Kluyveromyces lactis, Candida spp., Pichia spp that are able to ferment...
bazi
Ethanol fermentation using the hydrolysate obtained after the saccharification of biomass is the last step in lignocellulosic bioethanol production process. The hydrolysate contains large amount of fermentable sugars that can be directly used by the ethanologenic microorganisms. Yeast is the most co
Najeebul
saccharomyces
Nadiya
yeast
Nadiya
yeast
Veronica
A.o.a aspergillus aur vinegar ka kia relation he.?
Asad
Hmm
Number
what is difference between primary host and secondary host ?
Edward
what is primary screening and secondary screening ....hmm?
Nadiya
primary and secondry host ...best example of female anaPhilis .and disease -maleria !
Nadiya
i am asking about difference not example
Edward
Primary host- the host in which the adult parasite lives, and reproduces sexually. Secondary host- the host in which the immature forms of parasite lives
bazi
primary host -the host in which the adult parasite lives ,and reproduces sexually.and the second host -host in which the immature forms of parasite lives. okyyyy?
Nadiya
synthesis of DNA from a single strand of RNA
Veronica Reply
In this initially , a single stranded RNA is taken into a eppendorff tube as a template for synthesis of Double stranded DNA and dNTPs are added along with reverse transcriptase enzyme . All should be placed in buffered solution. Then above mixture is run on RTPCR machine.
Ravikumar
In which initially double stranded RNA- DNA hybrid is formed and later multiple copies of Double stranded DNA is Formed in number of cycles.
Ravikumar
exactly
Nadiya
what is a virus?
abdulwali Reply
What is DNA transcription
abdulwali
virus is not a bacteria ...it is present in our body fluid .the protein are not composed and work in a proper manner the virus present quikly .
Nadiya
i refer a book name .u find ur question answers .12 or 11th book
Nadiya
DNA trancription is a process the imfirmation are transfer into dna to dna and dna to rna is called dna transcription
Nadiya
in other words,dna transcription ,:in thich a particular segment of dna is copied into rnaand especially mRNA by the enzyme rna polymerase .
Nadiya
why most virus are of RNA genome?
Mika Reply
Good Question❓
MALESELA
its due to their fastidious nature.
Kwame
enlist types of bacteria on tha basis of arrangement of tha flagella
Mihir Reply
monotrichous:vibrio cholerae, amphitrichous,lophotrichous,and last peritrichous.
Nadiya
econom emportance of bacteria
Japhet Reply
We can get agar which is used in microbiological media
Kashif
cause disease
Mika
industrial use.
Nadiya
what is microbiology
Anil Reply
what is bacteriology
Anil
vaccine chapter notes give me
Ambika
In bacteria
Kashif
the study of bacteria
Zaajid
microbiology the study of small living thinks that can not seen by the eye
Zaajid
Only micro organism can be studied in microbiology
Kashif
no some of microbiology study of smll living things that cn not be sen by the eye
Zaajid
kashif qamar do you known micro micro means small
Zaajid
Ya but microbiology is a broad term which is not only for small but in this there are some alge and funji that canbbe studied here
Kashif
ya!!! I have a qz what is different btn virulence and virus
Kurwa
so this means, it is the study of microorganisms and their importance.
Kwame
virulence means their level of infection or how infectious a viron is. virus is an intracellular obligates or fastidious organism(parasites) that cannot be filtered with a biological filter and cause harm to it host.
Kwame
so what brought about the study of microbiology
anawuje
Hi guys what is life.... Basic definition require
Kashif
life is the situation of an living organism to survive in a certain condition as host or parasite also life it include commonly living organism that have ability to survive bt life do not include dead organism .
Kurwa
hello explain ways in which gene expression is controlled in a eukaryotic cell...
Cotilda
gene expression how? please come clear!
Kwame
please what does a lady with G6PD result "Partial Defect" signifies?
Kwame
please what is nosocomia infection
Kwabena
nosocomia infection is the infection that are obtained from the hospital or the environment eg TB
Timothy
what is the microbiology
Moha
i think study of all microbes or micro oraganisms
abdul
The branch of that deals with micro organisms
Katta
Koch postulate
Suraju
study of microorganisms
Mika
microbilogy is a study of microbes and microorganisms ...we cannot seen with the naked eyes.
Nadiya
and they can cause many types of diseases .they are benificial and harmful......overall ..microbiology is the study of micro organinsm
Nadiya
study of bacteria is called becteriology.
Nadiya
a.o.a kisi k pas agr pelzar ho to send kran plz.
Asad
Will u tell me about Robert Koch... actual it is my assignment topic.. plss tell me something
isha
heinrich hermann robert koch :(11 dec 1843 to 27 may 19 10 )was a german physician and microbiologist.as a founder of bacteriology.he found the causative agent of tuberculosis ,cholera and anthrax and give experiment support for the concept of infectious disease.
Nadiya
Nadiya Khan... thnq..
isha
its my plesure ! thnks ki koi baat nhi isha
Nadiya
hmm
Shujjat
difference vector and pathogen
philly
haro
Isaac
what
philly
that is it teach mi micro coz I'm going for UNMEB
Isaac
vector is an organism that moves a pathogen from another environment/hosts the pathogen itself to another host..............while a pathogen is an organism that causes diseases to a host
Felix
A.o.a kisi k pas agr palzer ki microbiology ki book ho to kia wo mjhy send kr skta he?
Asad
microbiology is the study of microscopic organism
Algur

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