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Milagros Gonzales Professor: Dr. Lawrence Roberge BIO 103 April 25th, 2021 Bacteria (Contamination Infectious Possible Sources and Symptoms Incubation Statistics
Disease (B), Protozoa (P) or Virus (V) ) Infection or Intoxication Pathway foods affected Period (How many affected, where, when etc.) E. coli B Toxin mediated Infection Communication with another human. Transmission technique utilizing feces-oral the path Transmitted by contaminated foods Some people don't have any signs or symptoms at all. Others may disagree. extreme affliction stomach aches, diarrhea (commonly ) savage), and snorting Normally, There is no fever. 3-4 days after exposure 73,000 cases of infection in the U.S. annually. Salmonella B Infection “Eating contaminated food or drinking contaminated water. Touching infected animals, their feces, or their environment.” () “Raw and undercooked meat, including chicken, turkey, duck, beef, veal, and pork. Raw fruits or vegetables. Unpasteurized milk and other dairy products, including soft cheese, ice cream, and yogurt. Raw or undercooked eggs. Processed foods like chicken nuggets and nut butters.” () Diarrhea, fever, and stomach cr 6 hours to 6 days after infection In the United States, there are an estimate d 1.2

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