pathogenic

Infective vs Pathogenic - What's the difference?

infective | pathogenic |


As adjectives the difference between infective and pathogenic

is that infective is able to cause infection; infectious while pathogenic is able to cause (harmful) disease.

As a noun infective

is (epidemiology) a person who is capable of spreading a disease by infecting others.

Pathogenic vs Dc - What's the difference?

pathogenic | dc |


As an adjective pathogenic

is able to cause (harmful) disease.

As a symbol dc is

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Pathos vs Pathogenic - What's the difference?

pathos | pathogenic |


As a noun pathos

is pathos.

As an adjective pathogenic is

able to cause (harmful) disease.

Pathogenic - What does it mean?

pathogenic | |

Pathogenic vs Nonpathogenicbacteria - What's the difference?

pathogenic | nonpathogenicbacteria |

Pathogens vs Pathogenic - What's the difference?

pathogens | pathogenic |


As a noun pathogens

is .

As an adjective pathogenic is

able to cause (harmful) disease.

Pathogenic vs Pathologgc - What's the difference?

pathogenic | pathologgc |

Immunogenic vs Pathogenic - What's the difference?

immunogenic | pathogenic |


As adjectives the difference between immunogenic and pathogenic

is that immunogenic is that produces a reaction from the immune system; antigenic while pathogenic is able to cause (harmful) disease.

Pathogenic vs Apathogenic - What's the difference?

pathogenic | apathogenic |


As adjectives the difference between pathogenic and apathogenic

is that pathogenic is able to cause (harmful) disease while apathogenic is not pathogenic.

Taxonomy vs Pathogenic - What's the difference?

taxonomy | pathogenic |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective pathogenic is

able to cause (harmful) disease.

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