200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Causes of Infectious D...
Smallest know type of infectious agent
viruses
Single celled microrganism
Bacteria
ORGANISMS THAT RESEMBLE BACTERIA BUT INVADE CELLS LIKE VIRUSES
Rickettsias
Organisms that feed off dead animals, insects, and leaves
Fungi
These single cell organisms are larger than bacteria and are most common in tropical areas.
Protozoams
When pathogens are spread by physical contact
Direct Contact
When pathogens are inhaled
Indirect
Causes rabies and malaria
Animals or insects
Pathogens are spread by touching
objects
Causes the spread of pathogens through food, water, soil and even air
Environment
Organism that may cause illness often called “Foreign Invader”
Pathogen
This barrier is the first line of defense against invading pathogens
Physical
Barriers that include tears and saliva
Chemical
When phagocytes engulf and destroy pathogens
Phagocytosis
Type of white blood cell that fights pathogens
Lymphocytes
Best way not to catch STD’s
Abstinence
These are pink or reddish with cauliflower like tops
Warts
Blister like sores in the genital area
Herpes
Caused by a small bacterium called a spirochete.  It has four stages
syphillis
Tiny insects that attach themselves to skin and hair in the pubic area
Lice
Viral infection that causes stuffy, runny nose, and sneezing
cold
Viral infection that causes chills, fever, headache, muscle ache, and weakness
Flu
The immunity your body develops to protect you from disease
Active immunity
Is a bacterial infection of the throat
Strep
This is known as the kissing disease and is a viral infection
Mono
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Disease jeopardy

  1. 1. 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Causes of Infectious Diseases Spread of Diseases Defense against Diseases STD’s Common Information
  2. 2. Smallest know type of infectious agent
  3. 3. viruses
  4. 4. Single celled microrganism
  5. 5. Bacteria
  6. 6. ORGANISMS THAT RESEMBLE BACTERIA BUT INVADE CELLS LIKE VIRUSES
  7. 7. Rickettsias
  8. 8. Organisms that feed off dead animals, insects, and leaves
  9. 9. Fungi
  10. 10. These single cell organisms are larger than bacteria and are most common in tropical areas.
  11. 11. Protozoams
  12. 12. When pathogens are spread by physical contact
  13. 13. Direct Contact
  14. 14. When pathogens are inhaled
  15. 15. Indirect
  16. 16. Causes rabies and malaria
  17. 17. Animals or insects
  18. 18. Pathogens are spread by touching
  19. 19. objects
  20. 20. Causes the spread of pathogens through food, water, soil and even air
  21. 21. Environment
  22. 22. Organism that may cause illness often called “Foreign Invader”
  23. 23. Pathogen
  24. 24. This barrier is the first line of defense against invading pathogens
  25. 25. Physical
  26. 26. Barriers that include tears and saliva
  27. 27. Chemical
  28. 28. When phagocytes engulf and destroy pathogens
  29. 29. Phagocytosis
  30. 30. Type of white blood cell that fights pathogens
  31. 31. Lymphocytes
  32. 32. Best way not to catch STD’s
  33. 33. Abstinence
  34. 34. These are pink or reddish with cauliflower like tops
  35. 35. Warts
  36. 36. Blister like sores in the genital area
  37. 37. Herpes
  38. 38. Caused by a small bacterium called a spirochete. It has four stages
  39. 39. syphillis
  40. 40. Tiny insects that attach themselves to skin and hair in the pubic area
  41. 41. Lice
  42. 42. Viral infection that causes stuffy, runny nose, and sneezing
  43. 43. cold
  44. 44. Viral infection that causes chills, fever, headache, muscle ache, and weakness
  45. 45. Flu
  46. 46. The immunity your body develops to protect you from disease
  47. 47. Active immunity
  48. 48. Is a bacterial infection of the throat
  49. 49. Strep
  50. 50. This is known as the kissing disease and is a viral infection
  51. 51. Mono

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