Causes Meningitis. Gram negative meningococcus. (tiny pink polka dots) Live in nasopharynx in 5-15% of people. Safe unless in brain. Needs iron, induces phagocytosis.
Causes Syphilis. Gram negative Spirochaete. Very flat and wavy--wiggle through mucus. (VERY tiny pink squiggles)
Causes: lyme disease. Spirochaete (Gram N/A). (Purple cracks around RBCs). Doesn't require iron--needs manganese instead. Needs less from you so waits to attack. Vector: Tick. Have endoflagellum (axial filament).
Causes anthrax. Gram positive bacillus. (Nest of purple hairs). Streptobacillus. "Attacks" RBCs. Causes fatigue.
Fungus. Exists in haploid and diploid states. (purple fingerprints)
Fungus in 80-85% of population. (pink fibers and dots).
Fungus. Causes: Zygomycosis. (peach/pink/yellow dandilion heads)
Spoils food, kills bacteria. Fungus. (pixeljunk eden. Bluish/pinkish)
Fungus that makes sake by breaking down starch instead of sugar. (bright blue/green strands with black dot/dandilion head)
Causes: trichomonoaisis. #1 non-fatal protozoan infection in people. (round purple with tail. 4 motile flagella, one spike. One useless flagella)
Causes toxoplamosis. Protozoan. Favorite animal: cat. Fetus in danger. (Blue-violet circles, biggish. Fuzzy mess)
Causes: black fever. Heavy bruising on body, skyrocket fever, dehydration, death. Flagellated protozoan.
Causes African Sleeping sickness (non-fatal, Chagas. Darwin had it. Diarrhea, ulcers, constipation). Protozoan. Flagellated worms in a blood smear.
Causes: Katayama fever. Passed my mosquito bite. Fever until massive hemorrhage. Fatal. Roundworm (trematoda). Dioecious. gross anatomy helminth. (Red worm, blue outline, black poo inside). male straight, female curved).