zoonosis

An infectious disease of humans whose natural reservoir is a non-human animal. Example: psittacosis, a viral disease of birds, occasionally infecting humans.

Zoonosis

An infectious disease that can be transmitted from animals, both wild and domestic, to humans.

Zoonosis

Disease of animals that is transmissible to humans; some authors subdivide the concept into zooanthroponosis, infections humans can acquire from animals and invertebrates, and anthropozoonosis, a disease of humans transmissible to other animals.

zoonosis

[n] - an animal disease that can be transmitted to humans
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Zoonosis

Zoonosis is any infectious disease that can be transmitted from animals, both wild and domestic, to humans.
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Zoonosis

a parasite-caused or infectious disease in animals that can be transferred to humans
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zoonosis

Disease of man acquired from animals. Link to list of topics Page edited April 2006 Microbiology Teaching Page The information on this web site is copyrighted. © John Heritage 2004, 2006 The information on this web site is provided as is with no warranty as to its accuracy or fitness. The information is being released only for use by studen...
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Zoonosis

Zoonosis: An infectious disease in animals that can be transmitted to people. The natural reservoir for the infectious agent is a animal. Examples of zoonoses include rabies (a viral disease that can be transmitted to humans through an infected animal's bite) and psittacosis (a chlamydial infection resembling influenza that is spread to humans by t...
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zoonosis

<disease> The transmission of a disease from an animal or nonhuman species to humans. The natural reservoir is a nonhuman animal. ... Examples include: rabies, psittacosis (a viral disease of birds). ... (12 Nov 1997) ...
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zoonosis

zoonotic disease noun an animal disease that can be transmitted to humans
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zoonosis

(zo″o-no´sis) (zo-on´ә-sis) pl. zoono´ses a disease of other animals that is transmissible to humans under natural conditions. adj., zoonot´ic, adj. .
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zoonosis

any infectious disease transmitted between humans and other vertebrate animals. The term was originally defined to describe a group of diseases that ... [5 related articles]
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zoonosis

zoonosis (s), zoonoses (pl); zoonotic 1. Any disease of lower animals that may be transmitted to mankind; e.g., rabies, brucellosis, bird flu, or parrot fever (psittacosis). 2. A disease communicated from one kind of animal to another or to a human being; usually restricted to diseases transmitted naturally to man from animals; also, anthrop...
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Zoonosis

Zoonosis is any infectious disease that can be transmitted to humans by other vertebrate animals. The transmitted microorganism sometimes causes disease only in the human host, leaving the animal host unaffected.
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zoonosis

Any infectious disease that can be transmitted to humans by other vertebrate animals. Probably the most feared example is rabies. The transmitted micro-organism sometimes causes disease only in the human host, leaving the animal host unaffected
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Zoonosis

A disease of animals, such as rabies or psittacosis, that can be transmitted to humans.
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Zoonosis

the transmission of any infectious disease from any non-human animal to humans and vice versa (although the transmission of disease from humans to non-human animals is often called reverse zoonosis).
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Zoonosis

Zoonosis s (also spelled zoönosis; plural zoonoses) describes the process whereby an infectious disease is transmitted between species. It usually refers specifically to diseases that can travel from non-human animals to humans. They include all diseases that people can catch from animals such as wildlife, domestic animals, insects, primates, and...
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Zoonosis

A disease that occurs in animals which humans can get infected with. Some of these diseases are
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Zoonosis

a disease transmissible from an animal to a human (plural = zoonoses)
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zoonosis

A disease that can be transmitted from animals to people.
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Zoonosis

Cat disease that can be contracted by humans.
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zoonosis

disease of animals which can be transmitted to humans
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