pathogenic bacteria from the remains can get into water supplies.
Instead of that, the legislators permit the microbes of criminality to develop their pathogenic powers in society.
Every one, we might say, is immune against some or other of the pathogenic microbes.
Enzymes other than complement possibly play a part in the destruction of some pathogenic organisms or their products.
As for the pathogenic mechanism of the sniffing tic, it is simple enough.
It appears indeed to reinforce the poison formed by pathogenic organisms.
Ward determined to study this as the most extreme type of pathogenic infection.
By far the most important addition is the inclusion of an entirely new section on pathogenic Protozoa.
He established, in fact, a complete parallelism between the behaviour of rust-fungi and that of pathogenic organisms in animals.
The pathogenic organism may then actively penetrate, or may be inoculated by scratching.
pathogenic path·o·gen·ic (pāth'ə-jěn'ĭk) or path·o·ge·net·ic (-jə-nět'ĭk)
Having the capability to cause disease.
Relating to pathogenesis.
A descriptive term for a thing or condition that can cause disease.