Difference between revisions of "accidental transport"

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|definition=Unintentional movement of a [[pathogen]] from one location to another by an [[animal]] not normally associated with the parasite or [[disease]].
 
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Revision as of 14:20, 12 September 2013

accidental transport: Unintentional movement of a pathogen from one location to another by an animal not normally associated with the parasite or disease.

See also: phoresis