Infective

An organism or part thereof capable of establishing a pathogenic relationship with a host i.e. capable of transmitting inoculum.

infective

Type: Term Pronunciation: in-fek′tiv Definitions: 1. Capable of transmitting an infection. Synonyms: infectious2
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infective

Of an agent of inoculation, capable of transmitting inoculum.
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infective

[adj] - able to cause disease
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Infective

In·fect'ive adjective [ Latin infectivus pertaining to dyeing.] Infectious. Beau. & Fl. « True love . . . hath an infective power.» Sir P. Sidney.
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infective

Capable of transmitting an infection. ... Synonym: infectious. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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infective

morbific adjective able to cause disease; `infective agents`; `pathogenic bacteria`
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infective

(in-fek´tiv) capable of producing infection. infectious (def. 1).
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Infective

• (a.) Infectious.
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