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Mod B Unit 1 Words Thompson Institute hbg

a- away from
an- without
anti- against
bacill/o rod
bacteri/o bacteria
bi/o pertaining to life
cocc/i berry shaped
diplo- double
dis- negative
epidemi/o an epidemic
eti/o cause
-genic producing
hetero other
-ism state of, condition
micro- small
-ology study of
staphyl/o cluster
-stasis controlling
strept/o twisted chain
troph/o nourishment
autotroph microorganisms which feed on inorganic substances
bacilli rod shaped bacteria
bacteriostasis controlling the growth of bacteria
diplococci bacteria which grows in pairs
epidemiology study of epidemics
etiology the study of cause
heterotroph microorganisms which feed on organic substances
microbiology the study of microorganisms
staphylococci bacteria that grow in clusters
streptococci bacteria that grows in chains
aerobes microorganisms that need oxygen to grow
CDC Centers for Disease Control
immunity protected from a disease
incineration cremation
sequela a condition following and resulting from a disease
spirochetes type of bacterium that may cause disease in man
spore bacteria with hard capsule
systemic occuring throughout the entire body
transmission transfer of anything
aut/o self
-us thing
incubation the time between exposure to infection
Created by: shady123