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What microbe is measles caused by?


Question asked by: wonderpet

Asked on: 07 Oct 2009

The rubeola virus is what causes measles.

A microbe usually refers to some sort of bacteria does it not, so really it should be what sort of virus causes measles.

By: knowitall
Replied at: 11 Oct 2009
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Umm, actually microbe means micro-organisms and virus is one of them. so when we say microbe, we dont always mean bacteria, know it all. + measels are caused by a phylum called protozoan parasties which is release in your body when mosquitoes bite you.
By: neurology

Date of comment: Fri, Dec 11th 2009

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