A Study Of Small Organisms And Or Non Living Particles That Are Unseen

1394 Words Dec 22nd, 2015 6 Pages
Microbiology is the study of small organisms and or non living particles that are unseen to the naked eye. The microbes range from bacteria, to protozoa, parasites to virus. After studying them, scientists are able to identify various illnesses that are associated with microbes.
These microbes are either directly or indirectly involved in most diseases. These in retrospect to their names cause bacterial infections, parasitical infections, fungal infections and viral infections. However, although we have studied a vast amount of microbes, for our current scope, let us keen in and focus on a particular type of microbe. These microbes are held responsible for a large amount of illnesses that affect our immune system. Some examples of these illnesses are the H1N1 influenza, herpes simplex, HIV/AIDS, and other viral infections. Let us specifically use energy and critical thinking skills to understand the virus, how it is associated with a particular immune disease:HIV/AIDS and what causes this disease. Furthermore, let us attempt to understand how this disease has been covered and what we have now understood about it. In general, HIV/AIDS is noted to be an immunocompromising disease that affects a particular aspect of the immune system to deteriorate. Upon having the disease, patients are known to go through a rigorous spectrum of treatment. In fact, these treatments often cause a cascade of events that trickle down which cause the patients to become weaker and eventually death.…

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