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ToxicOrganism67The Class of Organisms which are poisonous to other Organisms.^
Bacterium32A small, typically one-celled, prokaryotic Microorganism.^
    BacterialAgent31BiologicalAgents that are instances of Bacterium.^
        RickettsialAgent3BiologicalAgents that are rickettsial organisms, i.e. gram-negative bacteria that infect mammals ...^
        BacillusAnthracis.The Bacterium which causes the disease Anthrax. Humans may become infected with Anthrax via con...^
        ClostridiumBotulinum.The Bacterium that produces BotulinumToxin.^
        ClostridiumPerfringens.Bacterium often found in the intestines of Animals. Ingesting this Bacterium can result in Pe...^
        BurkholderiaMallei.The Bacterium that causes the disease Glanders. It is transmitted to humans by direct contact w...^
        BurkholderiaPseudomallei.Formerly known as Pseudomonas Pseudomallei, this is the Bacterium that causes Melioidosis.^
        BrucellaBacterium.The Bacterium which is responsible for the disease Brucellosis. This class covers Brucella Abor...^
        YersiniaPestis.The Bacterium that causes Plague.^
        SalmonellaTyphimurium.A bacterium that can cause death in young, elderly or immunodeficient people. It appears in the sto...^
        SalmonellaPartyphi.Causes a less severe illness than SalmonellaTyphimurium.^
        FrancisellaTularensis.The Bacterium that causes the disease Tularemia. Also known as Pasturella Tularensis. The Bac...^
        NeisseriaGonorrhoeae.The Bacterium that causes Gonorrhea.^
        ShigellaDysenteriae.Causes severe dysentery (even when as little as 100 bacteria are ingested). This form of dysentery ...^
        SalmonellaTyphi.The Bacterium that causes TyphoidFever.^
        GiardiaLamblia.A Bacterium that causes Gastroenteritis. It is present in many streams and lakes, and it is car...^
        SerratiaMarcenscens.A Bacterium that can cause death in infected Humans.^
        StaphyylococcusAureus.A bacterium that secretes StaphylococcalEnterotoxicB. It causes chills, headache, muscle pain, co...^
        VibrioCholera.The Bacterium that is responsible for Cholera.^
        ClostridiumTetani.The Bacterium that causes the disease Tetanus.^
        BordetellaPertussis.The Bacterium that causes Pertussis.^
        YersiniaPseudotuberculosis.Causes a disease whose symptoms include diarrhea, fever, headache, skin ulcers, and post-infectious...^
        ChlamydiaPsittaci.The Bacterium that causes Psittacosis.^
        EscherichiaColi0157H7.One of hundreds of strains of the Escherichia Coli Bacterium. This strain lives in the intestines...^
        MycobacteriumTuberculosis.The Bacterium that causes Tuberculosis.^
        StreptococcusA.The Bacterium that causes strep throat, scarlet fever, and necrotizing faciitis (flesh-eating bac...^
        BacillusCereus.A Bacterium that is closely related to and often found near BacillusAnthracis, the Bacterium ...^
        Legionella.The Bacterium that causes Legionellosis, which is known as LegionnairesDisease (when it infec...^
        CorynebacteriumDiphtheriae.The Bacterium that secretes a Toxin that causes Diphtheria.^

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