Animal Disease Transmission

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Can you name the Animal Disease Transmission?

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A living organism that transports an agent, may or may not be involved biologically in multiplication or maturation of the agent.
West Nile Virus, Eastern Equine Encephalitis, Western Equine Encephalitis, and St. Louis Encephalitis use what vector?
An infectious disease can be transmitted from: a. host-host b. reservoir-host c. either a or b
Transplacental, Transmammary, and ovum or sperm are considered _____ transmission.
Direct transmission requires ____ association or contact.
Intermediates may be airborne, vehicleborne, or _____.
Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Ehrlichiosis, and Babesiosis use what vector?
_____ transmission involves intermediates that carry the agent from one source to another.
Animals, people, and birds are _____ reservoirs.
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The best-known vectorborne disease is _____.
_____ offer an environment for maintenance of the organism.
Type of indirect transmission involving the spread of agents through tiny dust or vapor particles.
Inanimate objects capable of transmitting disease are _____.
Disease control programs are often aimed at ______.
Soil and water are _____ resevoirs.
_____ are essential for the survival and reproduction of the organism.
Immediate transfer from reservoir-host or host-host is ______ transmission.

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