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  • Definition of Pathogen and Research Into the Main Features of Bacteria, Protozoa, Fungi and Viruses.
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  • What Are the Differences Between Bacterial, Viral Fungal and Parasitic Infections? How Is Each Treated?
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  • Identification of Bacteria Pathogens
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  • Notes on Taxonomy: Bacteria
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