Pathogenic Variability in Hosts

Although pathogens do have the potential to cause unwellness, This is described as context-dependent pathogenicity. Scientists believe that this variability comes from each genetic and environmental factor inside the host. One example of this in humans is E. coli. Normally, this bacteria flourishes as a part of the normal, healthy micro biota in the intestines. However, if it relocates to a different region of the digestive tract or the body, it can cause intense diarrhoea. So while E.coli is classed as a microorganism. This example can also be applied to S. aureus and other common microbial flora in humans.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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