pathogenic

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  • Some species are known for their pathogenic effects in humans and other animals.
  • It has not been associated to any plant disease, therefore it is not considered pathogenic.
  • The majority of the plant pathogenic species can be classified into four groups, although more exist.
  • A few specific plant pathogenic species are listed here with their hosts.
  • Since no pathogenic agent had been found, these diseases were ruled out as being related.
  • Several species have been studied for their ability to produce compounds with anti-pathogenic activity.
  • These species are not known to be pathogenic in humans, but may cause disease in fish.
  • Most species belonging to this group are found almost everywhere in nature, and may become pathogenic under special circumstances.
  • Three of these five known species are pathogenic.
  • None of the species in this are known to be pathogenic to humans.
  • It infects plants through wounded areas and is most pathogenic during cold, wet weather.
  • It has also been shown to have both pathogenic and plant growth-promoting effects on tomato plants.
  • However, since they are not pathogenic, this is not a serious threat.
  • It is pathogenic, causing a wide variety of diseases in man and animals.
  • Rarely are members of the other two classes pathogenic to humans.
  • In the case of plant pathogenic fungi using an appropriate name is more important because of practical reasons.
  • Some species are non-pathogenic while others are responsible for nocardiosis.
  • Most infectious agents have been associated with the disease they cause long before their pathogenic mechanisms have been discovered.
  • If this association can be confirmed it is the first known case of disease caused by a virus previously considered pathogenic only to plants.
  • However, some microorganisms are pathogenic and can post health risk to other organisms.
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