Infection

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  • Created on: 18-03-22 10:55
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Clues

  • A benign microorganism becomes pathogenic because of decreased human host resistance (11)
  • Fungi that invade the skin, hair or nails (13)
  • Infection with a fungus (7)
  • Microorganisms that cause disease (8)
  • minute particle that is capable of replication within living cells (5)
  • pyrogens derived from outside the host (9)
  • Pyrogens produced by individual (10)
  • The first stage of progression of infection (12)
  • The third stage of progression of infection (14)

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