- pathogenic occlusion,
Origin of pathogen
Examples from the Web for pathogen
This last capability of the virus appears to be how the pathogen is spreading between farms in different states.Aporkalypse Now: Pig-Killing Virus Could Mean the End of Bacon|Carrie Arnold|August 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Most human infections are contracted by inhaling, ingesting, or inoculating a pathogen.This Amoeba Eats Your Brain: Naegleria Fowleri Rattles New Orleans|Kent Sepkowitz|September 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The bacterium is technically a pathogen, so the USDA looks at it.
“The mosquito is really wily, but the pathogen is even more wily,” she says.Mosquitoes Love Some People More and Science Wants to Know Why|Josh Dzieza|August 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When I started the job in 1992 it was well established as a pathogen, and that was the end of pink burgers for you and for me.Be Afraid of Your Food: An Epidemiologist’s Sensible Advice|Amanda Kludt|March 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Pathogen′esis, Pathog′eny, mode of production or development of disease.
Pathogenet′ic, Pathogen′ic, Pathog′enous, producing disease.
1880, a back-formation from pathogenic.