Microbiology: Describe the cellular source of the mechanism

  • Length should be 1250-1500 words, not including Title and References pages (typed, 12 point font, double spaced).
  • These subheadings are required (content expectation is also provided)
    • Introduction (list the three mechanisms that you have picked and provide a brief overview)
    • Mechanism 1 (Describe the cellular source of the mechanism. Explain how this mechanism produces an effect inside the host. Provide an example pathogen that utilizes this mechanism).
    • Mechanism 2 (Describe the cellular source of the mechanism. Explain how this mechanism produces an effect inside the host. Provide an example pathogen that utilizes this mechanism).
    • Mechanism 3 (Describe the cellular source of the mechanism. Explain how this mechanism produces an effect inside the host. Provide an example pathogen that utilizes this mechanism).
    • Professional application (Explain how understanding these mechanisms increases the effectiveness of a nurse).
  • Support your content with at least (3) citations. Make sure to reference the citations using APA writing style for the presentation.

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  2. File name:
    1. Name your saved file according to your last name, first initial and the week (for example, “jonesb.week1”)
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