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Pathways to Dr.Dolittle!. By Crystal Snowden Discover Genomics! Mobile Laboratory. What causes you to get sick?. Germs Germs = Pathogens. Four types of Pathogens:. Bacteria (Staphylococcus epidermidis ). Viruses (Influenza). Fungi (Athelete’s Foot). Parasites (Malaria).

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by crystal snowden discover genomics mobile laboratory

Pathways to Dr.Dolittle!

By

Crystal Snowden

Discover Genomics! Mobile Laboratory

what causes you to get sick

What causes you to get sick?

Germs

Germs = Pathogens

four types of pathogens
Four types of Pathogens:

Bacteria (Staphylococcus epidermidis )

Viruses (Influenza)

Fungi (Athelete’s Foot)

Parasites (Malaria)

how are pathogens transmitted
How are pathogens transmitted?
  • Direct Contact
  • Indirect contact
  • Through the air
  • By vectors
direct contact
Direct Contact
  • Is the direct transfer of pathogens by person to person or animal to person.

http://www.jamd.com/search?assettype=g&assetid=1305618&text=pet+monkey

http://www.dsf.health.state.pa.us/health/cwp/view.asp?A=179&Q=237121

indirect contact
Indirect Contact
  • Is the transfer of pathogens from an inanimate object that was infected by another organisim

www.ehponline.org

through the air by vectors
Through the air & by vectors
  • Pathogens can travel up to 3 feet.
  • Vector is something that carries the pathogen.

www.britannica.com

www.msnbc.msn.com

www.greengiantfresh.com

http://www.all-foods-natural.com/articles/eggs.html

how can we prevent the spread of pathogens

How can we prevent the spread of pathogens?

www.yobserver.com

www.inmagine.com

www.hillcrest.com

mrtlabs.com