virulence

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Tıp) Mikropların enfeksiyon yapma kudreti
(Tıp) virulans
(Tıp) virülans
{i} keskinlik
{i} öldürücülük
{i} şiddet
{i} zehirlilik
{i} kin
nefret dolu olma/tehlike
{i} düşmanlık
(duygu) sertlik
desperation; virulence
çaresizlik; virülans
İngilizce - İngilizce
the state of being virulent
a measure of how virulent a thing is
extreme poisonousness
{n} malignit, a wicked tempter
The proportion of persons with clinical disease, who after becoming infected, become severely ill or die
Extreme bitterness or malignity of disposition
aggressiveness, ability to cause disease (adjective virulent)
The power of a bacterium or virus to cause disease Virulence can be measured by how many people the micro-organism infects, how quickly it spreads through the body, and how many people die from it (BMD)
= Capacity of a pathogenic agent to induce a pathological reaction in a particular host
Degree or severity of disease-causing potential of an organism
Ability or a microorganism to infect or cause disease
The quality or state of being virulent or venomous; poisonousness; malignancy
The virulence of a disease or poison is its ability to harm or kill people or animals. Medical authorities were baffled, both as to its causes and its virulence
extreme harmfulness (as the capacity of a microorganism to cause disease); "the virulence of the plague"
The disease producing power of a microorganism
{i} toxicity; hatred, antagonism
The degree of pathogenicity of a given pathogen
extreme hostility; "the virulence of the malicious old man" extreme harmfulness (as the capacity of a microorganism to cause disease); "the virulence of the plague
Virulence is great bitterness and hostility. The virulence of the café owner's anger had appalled her
The measure of how many organisms, or how much exposure to an organism, is required to cause disease For instance Shigella can be caused by as little as a few bacteria, while E Coli can require millions of bacteria to cause problems
The power of a microorganism to cause grave disease
extreme harmfulness (as the capacity of a microorganism to cause disease); "the virulence of the plague
extreme hostility; "the virulence of the malicious old man"
The quality or property of being virulent The disease producing power of the organism; i e , the ability of the microorganism to invade and injure the tissues of its host See pathogenicity
the ability of the pathogen to produce disease
virulence