What is the common and scientific name of microorganism that causes the disease? If there is more than one cause of the disease, then select just one of the causative agents to focus your presentation on.Be sure to use the proper format when giving scientific names: underline or italicize the name of the organism, with the first letter of the genus capitalized and the species name all in lower case. Example: Escherichia coli.Is it Bacteria, Virus, Fungus, Protozoan? And if it is bacterial: is it Gram-Positive or Gram-Negative, is it endospore-forming? Is the shape a coccus, bacillus, spirillum, spirochete? If it is viral, is it a RNA or a DNAvirus? Is the genome double or single stranded? Enveloped or naked? Provide as many details about the speciesof the microorganismas you can.History of the disease –When was the disease first described? When was the agent of the disease first discovered? Provide names of the researchers involved.Method of Transmission -How is it most commonly transmitted to a human? Is there a vector involved? Where and how are you mostlikely to become exposed to this type of microorganism?Signs and Symptoms: -What are the typical signs and symptoms of the disease? How quickly do they appear?
Microbiology 0042Diagnosis -How can the presence of the microorganism be diagnosed? Are there typical tests used for diagnosis?Treatment -Once the diagnosis is made, what is the typical treatment of the disease? How quickly do patients recover?Prevention -Are there ways of preventing infection? Is there a vaccine available?ReferencesThe papermustinclude a bibliography with at least 3references, from medical textbooks, magazines, pamphlets, newspapers or the internet (do not use encyclopedias, Wikipedia or other unverified internet resources).