PATHOGENS BACTERIA VIRUS PROTIST FUNGUS
The share of infectious human diseases caused by protistsis as significant as those caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi. Most of these pathogenicprotistsare parasitic in nature that, upon invading a host's body, continue living and flourishing therein till either the host succumbs, or till the parasite is annihilated by treatment and medical intervention.
Human Diseases Caused by Protists - healthhearty
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Different Types of Pathogens - thoughtco
Types of Pathogens. Pathogens are very diverse and consist of both prokaryotic and eukaryotic Bacteria. Bacteria are responsible for a number of infections that range from asymptomatic to Viruses. Viruses are unique pathogens in that they are not cells but segments of DNA or RNA Fungi. Fungi are eukaryotic organisms that include yeast and molds. Disease caused by fungi is See all full list on thoughtco
Kingdoms, Viruses, Pathogens, Bacteria, Fungi, Protists
Allows us to differentiate between the two main types of cell walls--gram positive bacteria have a section of cell wall with a thick layer of peptidoglycan (stains purple with crystal violet and iodine), while gram negative bacteria have only a thin layer of peptidoglycan, and their outer layer is lipopolysaccharides (stains pink by Safranin)